Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in the Eastern Cape

Eastern Cape Family Friendly

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Destinations in Eastern Cape

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Port Elizabeth and Eastern CapeFamily / Child Friendly Accommodation

Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in the Eastern Cape. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

The establishments below accept children of all ages (from babies and toddlers to teenagers). If none of these establishments take your fancy, please adjust the filter to show results for the specific age group(s) required.

Self Catering in the Eastern Cape

Self Catering in Colchester

The Nightjar

Situated right on the banks of the Sundays River, The Nightjar is a lovely self-catering flat only a five minute drive ... [cont.]

Beach House

Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay

Beach House

Experience the panoramic magic of the ocean and wide open beaches, from the cool, clean comfort of the "Beach House" ... [cont.]

Port Island 3

Self Catering in St Francis Bay

Port Island 3

The port is home to local calamari fisherman and permanent and visiting leisure craft. Port Island 3 is a stunning ... [cont.]

Ripples

Self Catering in Port Alfred

Ripples

Ripples is a large, luxury self-catering holiday home situated in a prime location on the west bank of the River Kowie, ... [cont.]

Kwantu Private Game Reserve

Game Lodge / Guest House in Sidbury

Kwantu Private Game Reserve

Naturally merged into the pristine landscape, each lodge exudes a traditional African charm with all the modern comforts ... [cont.]

13 On Hart

Self Catering in Gonubie

13 On Hart

13 On Hart offers comfortable accommodation in Gonubie near East London. While here guests can make use of the communal ... [cont.]

37 La Caribe

Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay

37 La Caribe

37 La Caribe is a 5 sleeper self catering unit, situated in the Marina Martinique in Jeffreys Bay. Comfortably furnished ... [cont.]

Wolwefontein Hotel

Hotel in Wolwefontein

Wolwefontein Hotel

Wolwefontein Hotel is one of the four remaining railway hotels in South Africa. The hotel has been restored while ... [cont.]

24 on Hartley Guesthouse

Guest House / Self Catering in Greenacres

24 on Hartley Guesthouse

24 on Hartley offers stylish and vibrant accommodation for tourists and travellers alike. Each suite has a personality of ... [cont.]

Kids in Eastern Cape

With its ideal mild climate, some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, particularly because they lie on the Indian Ocean, and any number of things to do with a family, the Eastern Cape is definitely one of the more favoured regions in South Africa in which to holiday.

Essentially the Eastern Cape is about malaria-free safaris and beach vacations. The Eastern Cape has a host of private and national game reserves, many of them practically neighbours, although you need to have done your homework as far as children are concerned as some game reserves that welcome children may not allow them on game drives unless a particular vehicle is taken by your family alone. But as a rule, national parks are extremely child-friendly. [cont.]

Combining a safari with self-driving along the coast, stopping at a number of beaches in your own time, is a wonderful way to experience both the untamed and the more refined aspects of the Eastern Cape. Many visitors to the country fly in via Port Elizabeth, where there are fantastic beaches, an oceanarium and snake park at which to entertain children.

For others, the Eastern Cape is all about the Addo Elephant National Park and visiting the sanctuary that offers this sacred animal of Africa a home, just 73 kilometres from Port Elizabeth, where children are welcome. The sighting board, just outside reception is a bonus when you have children, and the Addo Main Camp is good value for money.

Other great visits for families with children include: the rock pools at Middle Beach in Kenton - filled with sea creatures - that allow a fair amount of safe swimming and even babies enjoy the water, which is warmer having baked in the sun for a while; the beach at Cape St Francis - one of the best beaches in the country and ideal for families, and fishing on the Kromme River.

Kenton on Sea's Shelley Bay, which you can reach by driving to Bushmanís River and then following the road until it peters out. There follows quite a walk over sand dunes - interspersed with endemic aloes - so not a good idea with little ones, but for older kids, itís a lark; and finally, the Tiffindell ski resort - the only place on the continent at which you can snow ski - is set on the slopes of the southern Drakensberg. [close]

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