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Welcome To Ashbourne Manor

Ashbourne Manor provides spacious and luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in the well known beachfront suburb of Summerstrand.

This stylish building with its Georgian proportions and generous appointments has been purpose built as a guest house and is ideal for those seeking a superior experience for their holiday or business visit to Port Elizabeth.

Quality is the benchmark of everything you will find in Ashbourne Manor, from the air conditioned bedrooms with such additional touches as under floor heating and heated towel rails to the relaxing private lounge with its comfortable leather armchairs or the entertainment lounge with its large, flat screen TV.

For some exercise or to cool off on a summer day after a full round of activities, there is a lovely fresh pool. There is ample secure parking.

The spacious entertainment area can be configured for conferences or presentations, seating up to 40 persons, cinema style.

Summerstrand is the heart of Port Elizabeth's throbbing holiday lifestyle and, in addition to the safe beaches with their clean white sand and warm sea, provides good shopping, numerous restaurants to suit a wide variety of culinary tastes, the Boardwalk complex, tastefully designed round a lake and boasting a casino, places to eat and all sorts of boutiques and curiosity shops as well as South Africa's original links golf course.

Your hosts will be pleased to assist you, should you need it, with itineraries for your outings as well as with airport transfers.

For the comfort of our guests, both present and future, this is a No Smoking establishment.

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