• Guest Rating: (5)
  • Accommodation Type: Guesthouse, Self-Catering, Bed and Breakfast and Game Lodge
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Treetops offers the tourist, family groups and business person bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation. Treetops is ideally situated in the tranquil garden suburb of Walmer.

We are close to the airport (0.5 km), less than five minutes drive to the Boardwalk Casino and entertainment centre, local restaurants and pubs are within walking distance.

Addo Elephant National Park, Shamwari and other well-known Eastern Cape Game Reserves are within an hours drive. Importantly, these areas are malaria free. Your genial hosts are Elizabeth and Stephen Medcalf.

Facilities:
-Access to pool
-Rooms serviced daily
-Free airport shuttle service
-Secure off-street parking
-Braai and lapa facilities
-E-mail, internet and fax facilities available upon request

Activities:

In regard to places to visit our Oceanarium is a 10 minute drive to the beachfront. The world famous Addo Elephant Park is approximately 75 kms away.

If you like golf then there are a number of top class courses in the vicinity including Humewood which is a very well known Links course. Port Elizabeth is also the Gateway to the beautiful Garden Route.

If you are into diving then close to us is Ocean Divers which arranges excursions. Other adventure activities are also nearby. Near to us we have a number of excellent restaurants offering a wide variety of food tastes.

Facilities & Services available:
Airport Shuttle Service
Limited Room Service
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Bar on the Premises
Restaurant
Fax & Photocopy Machine
Fireplace on the Premises
Garden
Internet Access
Parking (off-street - covered)
Wi-Fi
English
Other Language
Casino on site
Communal Television
Communal Satellite TV
Mini Golf
Swimming Pool

Treetops Guest House is a Guesthouse, Self-Catering, Bed and Breakfast and Game Lodge in Walmer Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape South Africa
Directions:

- Upon entering Port Elizabeth either from Cape Town or Johannesburg direction remain on the freeway looking for signs saying M4 Settlers Way, continue on the M4 with the sea on your lefthand side.

- Look for sign saying M9 EWalmer Boulevard, harbour will be on your left hand side. Turn right into Walmer Boulevard. Continue up Walmer Boulevard till you come to Third Avenue (Big sign to Airport).

- Turn left into Third Avenue and take first turning left and you are at Treetops Guesthouse (Treetops signe right on the corner).

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Rooms and Units Available at Treetops Guest House

Treetops Guest House offers private spacious accommodation. Each of the suites has its own private entrance and en-suite bathroom. The well-appointed rooms are equipped with a double and single bed, television with MNET channels, tea and coffee making facilities with complimentary homemade biscuits.

Each room has a business desk. Fans and heaters are provided. Each room has a fridge as well as a microwave. Breakfast is optional. During the week and Saturday we provide a full English breakfast with fruit juice, fruit and yoghurt. On Sundays we offer a continental breakfast. Breakfast is served in your suite or can be served in our lapa

Latest Reviews
Enjoyable stay
Kirk Smith Oct 2015
Excellent service, friendly staff and the rooms are so neat and modern. The best stay I ever had in Port Elizabeth. When visiting again, I will definitely stay at Treetops Guest House again.

Magda Mierke Sep 2011
The owners are very attentive to our needs. Location is near the airport, but everything you need is 'within 15 minutes' driving time anyway.
For some peace and quiet, this is the way to go.

Ryan Fenix Jul 2010
Really enjoyed staying here. Will definitely recommend anyone going to this place.....3 minutes from the airport by car and 7 minutes if you walk, what else do you want? Loved it and so many restaurants close by.
Nagarjuna Chakrapani Jul 2010
It was really nice, clean and quiet.
Jill Van Bers Apr 2010