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Beautiful Addo Bed and Breakfasts - and Other Eastern Cape Bed and Breakfasts


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The Eastern Cape offers so much beauty, peace and tranquility. Addo bed and breakfasts/ B&B and other Eastern Cape bed and breakfasts/ B&B have adopted this natural and hospitable approach and eagerly await a visit from you to treat you to the natural treasures.

There are so many benefits. Rates are exceptionally affordable. The sea is beautiful, calm and wonderfully warm and there are so many ways to fill your days.

Rest up and enjoy your selected Addo bed and breakfast/ B&B or other Eastern Cape bed and breakfast/ B&B. Even if you are a great adventurer, you will want to make some time to enjoy your selected accommodation.

Addo is known for its elephants – so either pay them a visit or take an Addo elephant safari. The area is also rich in natural beauty, such as citrus.

You are safe from malaria and can take in the awesome beauty of some of South Africa’s local sunsets.

You are also welcome to visit a local Addo game reserve or Eastern Cape game reserve.

Your stay at your Addo bed and breakfast or Eastern Cape bed and breakfast will be to your liking. Some offer superior luxury, air–conditioning, fans, laptop digital safes, DSTV, telephones, internet access, coffee & tea making facilities, hairdryers and more. Bathrooms may be equipped with amenities to accommodate your stay and make you feel treated with service.

The Eastern Cape comes with friendliness and exceptional hospitality service. You will find your Addo bed and breakfast/ B&B and Eastern Cape bed and breakfast ready to be flexible and accommodate your every need – whether you are on business, getting married, having a function or just relaxing.

Visit for all your Addo bed and breakfast/ Addo B&B and other Eastern Cape bed and breakfast/ Eastern Cape B&B needs, as well as other Southern African tourism services - including a free tourism newsletter every 2 weeks, a tourism portal with accommodation, tours, car hire and more.


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