In the 'hood, East London as a destination

A city that still manages to retain some of its old fashioned values blended with a dollop of laidback charm makes East London - the gateway to the wild coast and the sunshine coast and the only river port in South Africa - one of the most appealing cities on the coast. East London is all about its long, white stretches of sandy beach that appeal to surfers, swimmers and sun worshippers ... cont.

5 St Mark’s Road, Belgravia, East London, 5264, Sunshine Coast, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Directions to Park Place Boutique Guesthouse

From East London Airport:
Turn left as you come out of the airport and continue straight on Settlers Way. Cross over the Steve BikoBridge at the Buffalo River and go up the hill. You will pass the Fleet Street Police Station on your right-hand side. Continue straight until you get to the big traffic circle on the corner of Fleet Street and Oxford Street. Turn left into Oxford Street. Continue straight and pass several traffic lights, approximately eight or nine, until you get to the Ann Bryant Art Gallery. Immediately after the art gallery, you will see a sign board on the left-hand side, saying Park Place Boutique Guesthouse. The sign is on the corner of Oxford Street and St Mark’s road. Turn left into St. Mark’s road. Park Place is situated at number 5 St Mark’s road.

From Port Alfred or the R67:
As you enter East London, you will pass East London airport. Follow the directions as from the airport.

From The N2 - Mthatha:
Coming from Mthatha, you will pass the Gonubie and Beacon bay exits. Take the third exit onto North East Express way and turn left. Continue straight until you get to the Pearce Street off-ramp. At top of the off-ramp at the traffic light, turn right into Pearce street. You will pass one traffic light, a traffic circle, and another two traffic lights. After the second traffic light, Pearce street becomes Lukin road. Continue straight. You will pass Buffalo City FET college on your left hand side. At the third traffic light, which is on the corner of Lukin road and Oxford street, you will turn left into Oxford street. Continue straight and at the second right, you will turn right into St Mark’s road.

From the N2 King Williams Town:
Coming from King William’s Town, you will pass the Amalinda exit. After the Amalinda exit, you will get the Western Avenue exit. Take that exit and at the traffic light you will turn right into Western Avenue. At that traffic light, you will see Hemingways Shopping Centre directly in front of you. Turn right into Western Avenue. Continue straight until you pass two traffic lights, a traffic circle by Vincent Super spar and another set of traffic lights on the corner of Western Avenue and DevereauxAvenue. Western Avenue becomes Union Avenue after the traffic lights on Deveraux Avenue. At the next traffic lights, you will pass Sasol garage on your right hand side. Continue straight until you pass another two more traffic lights. After the second traffic lights, Union Avenue becomes Oxford Street. Take your second right into St Mark’s road and continue until you find 5 St Mark’s road on your left hand side. You have reached your destination in safety.

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