Choose Keiskama B&B for 4-Star business and leisure accommodation in Gqeberha

Keiskama B&B

Looking for comfortable business or leisure accommodation in Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth)? Make the 4-Star Keiskama B&B, in the upmarket suburb of Summerstrand, your base.

Your stay at Keiskama Bed and Breakfast places within minutes of all that the city has to offer the visitor – including the beachfront, the airport, the Nelson Mandela University and the CBD as well as nearby game reserves.

The B&B is owner-managed and you can expect first-class hospitality. Indeed, many of their previous guests had many wonderful things to say about the service, facilities and their overall experience.

For your added peace of mind, you will also be happy to hear that they have taken various measures to protect you and your loved ones from Covid-19.

Accommodation at Keiskama B&B

Keiskama Bed & Breakfast has four comfortable accommodation options. When you step into any of these, you will notice that your host, Charmaine, has endeavored to offer quality and attention to detail. Choose between the Budget Room, the Twin/King Room or the two De Luxe Rooms.

The rooms are furnished with several items sourced during Charmaine’s overseas travels. All of them come with satellite TV, air-conditioning (except the Budget room, which has a mounted fan ), a tea/coffee maker, hair dryers, USB ports, bar fridges, microwaves, free Wi-Fi and en-suite bathrooms.

See their accommodation rates HERE. You can make an online booking HERE.

Remember to contact them for special rates on prolonged visits!

Facilities at Keiskama B&B

Guest facilities at the guest house include ample secured parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a a BBQ area. For your convenience – and to ensure your total relaxation, they also offer a laundry service at a small fee.

Expect hearty a la carte English or Continental breakfasts before your day of meetings or exploration. The staff can also prepare packed lunches on request. Dinner is available on request ( at least 24h00 notice to be given ).

See their full list of guest facilities HERE.

Things to do in Port Elizabeth

There is plenty to keep you busy during your stay at Keiskama B&B including visits to local beaches, historic buildings, museums, golfing, water sports, art galleries, restaurants, shopping malls, bars as well as various tours around the city.

They also do bookings on behalf of their guests for dolphin and whale watching cruises and trips to surrounding game parks.

Reviews from previous Keiskama B&B guests

“Everything, the room, the area where it is located, as well as the host she’s such a wonderful and a lovely person,” wrote Ayabonga on their reviews page.

Krele added; “We received a very warm welcome. Breakfast was very nice and the room had everything we needed.”

“The place exceeded my expectations, indeed a home away from home, i enjoy every minute of my stay and i would definitely recommend to anyone. The overall points goes to the host, she is so friendly, understanding, caring and she does whatever it takes to make everyone feels special and home in her house❤” said Phamela.

Keiskama B&B is located at 12 Keiskama St, Summerstrand, Gqeberha. For more information, call +27 (0) 84 585 1888 or email or visit today. Here is their location on Google Maps. Also follow them on Facebook HERE.


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