Onse Khaya Lodging and Conferencing
offers modern, up market, spacious, comfortable and affordable accommodation for the tourist and discerning businessman in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
We are located within walking distance of the warm Indian Ocean, safe bathing blue flag beaches, surfing, fishing and many other water sports, beach front activities and all the amenities, just 10 minutes from the Port Elizabeth International Airport.
Enjoy a relaxing, peaceful garden setting with a swimming pool and braai / barbeque. We offer excellent security with safe on site parking. Our service is warm and friendly but unobtrusive.
Accommodation at Onse Khaya Lodging and Conferencing:
Onse Khaya offers you, 9 beautiful appointed rooms with en-suite bathrooms, covered patios and private entrances in a beautiful tranquil garden with pool setting. All of our bedrooms are generously proportioned, have ample facilities for sitting and relaxing, guests also have at their disposal, remote controlled TV with access to DSTV channels.
Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast and dinners (on request), served in the comfort and conviviality of our guest dining room/lounge. Subject to prior arrangement, guests can also make use of the billiard table, and communal braai/barbeque facility.
All rooms have a fully stocked mini bar and snacks available for purchase at your convenience, please note only alcohol bought from Onse Khaya Lodging may be consumed on the premises.
Onse Khaya Lodging & conferencing Activities:
Nelson Mandela Bay offers excellent and varied sporting facilities and the city hosts numerous exciting sports events all year round. The many different sport clubs cater for a variety of all-year or seasonal sport activities such as: squash, volleyball, badminton, tennis, roller hockey, cricket, motor-racing, horse-racing, soccer, hockey, golf, bowls and rugby.
The Eastern Cape is well known for its oranges, prickly pears, angora goats and dairy farms. Ostrich farming does exist but on a smaller scale. The Eastern Cape is however highly successful when it comes to wool and mohair. The province, and particularly Nelson Mandela Bay, has succeeded in establishing South Africa as a world leader in these sectors. South African mohair is regarded as some of the highest quality in the world. The Nelson Mandela Bay area is the largest wool and mohair producer in South Africa with 99% of all wool buyers, processors and exporters situated in the Bay.
The centerpiece of Nelson Mandela Bay’s arts and culture industry is right in the inner city after local development agency, the MBDA, has coupled a CBD infrastructure renovation with a public art campaign, giving the city-centre a face lift with an artistic twist. The Donkin Reserve, is home to ten pieces of public art that form part of a collection of 67 pieces of art throughout the city. The “Route 67” arts journey celebrates the 67 years of Nelson Mandela’s political life through a visual collection of works produced by local artists.
The result is an incredible tourism route known as the Arts Journey.
Algoa Bay, the coastal region of Nelson Mandela Bay, boasts 40 km of magnificent golden beaches. With its perfect combination of warm water, calm sea and fair breezes, it is one of the best sailing venues in the world and a Mecca for all beach and water sport enthusiasts. Water temperatures vary between 18 and 21 degrees Celsius during summer and 14 to 19 degrees Celsius during winter. Rest assured, swimming beaches are patrolled by fully trained professional lifeguards during the summer season, which means swimmers and sunbathers can safely enjoy their beach holiday.
Nelson Mandela Bay is the ideal fun, entertainment and shopping destination; offering various kinds of entertainment to suit every age, personality and individual. Enjoyable evening entertainment include sundowner cruises, nightclubs, award winning cocktail bars, late night music spots, fine art theatre performances, movies, restaurants and cultural performances.
From rocky shores to indigenous floral fynbos: from stretches of golden beaches and unspoiled sand-dunes to lush indigenous forest and untamed wilderness areas, the nature reserves within, and on the outskirts of Nelson Mandela Bay offer a wonderful range of options to the great outdoors. Located in and around the city are: Settler's Park, Van Staden's Wild Flower Reserve, The Cape Recife Nature Reserve, Maitlands Nature Reserve, The Island Nature Reserve, Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area and Groendal Wilderness Area.
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