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PORT ELIZABETH BEACHFRONT RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTRE

Imagine perfectly situated timber cabins merging with a coastal landscape. Imagine awaking to the sound of the ocean each morning. Imagine nature trails, spectacular scenery and nature’s unspoilt beauty. Imagine Pine Lodge Resort & Conference Centre…

Situated just minutes from Nelson Mandela Bay’s City Centre and Airport, Pine Lodge is the perfect holiday destination. Our wind protected 3-Star chalets are nestled amongst the indigenous flora of the Cape Recife Nature Reserve and are a stone’s throw from the ocean. Our 4-Star graded caravan and camping grounds all have electrical points and are well-grassed.

With a large variety of activities and amenities on-site and close-by (including the Humewood Golf Club, The Boardwalk Casino & Entertainment World and Bayworld), there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Housed in a log-cabin style building, surrounded by well-manicured gardens Pine Lodge’s 6 conference rooms successfully combine relaxation and commerce. And, with all the necessary facilities (including data projectors, TVs, and secretarial services), it’s easy to see just why it’s known as the “stress-free conference alternative”.No other seaside resort can offer you the tranquillity of nature with the buzz of the city just minutes away.

Beautiful sunsets and invigorating sea-air await.

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Celebrating the Whales in Port Elizabeth

Celebrating the Whales in Port Elizabeth Raggy Charters, conservation projects, private companies and NGOs will be hosting the Celebrating the Whales Festival on Saturday 16th June 2018 from 9am at Pine Lodge Resort, Algoa Bay. The aim of the festival is to bring the people of Port Elizabeth together and educate them about these magnificent animals and the importance of them to our oceans as well as to the economy of the Eastern Cape. The migration of the Humpback whales past Algoa Bay is part of their incredible journey from their feeding grounds in the Southern Oceans to the East African Coastline. An estimated 7000 individuals pass Pine Lodge Resort and Cape Recife from the 1st June. The event was opened by the mayor of Port Elizabeth Mr Athol Trollip, who spoke about the value of the marine biodiversity present in Algoa Bay and the importance of active citizenship in order to contribute to making Port Elizabeth a successful and vibrant Metro. Port Eliz..

Save on everything this Winter…

Save on everything this Winter… Pine Lodge Resort in Port Elizabeth is warming things up this winter with fantastic savings on accommodation, conferences and more! Winter is upon us in Port Elizabeth and to help ease the chill, Pine Lodge Resort along with Basecamp Adventures and Solaris Spas is offering some fantastic specials on their 3 star accommodation, team building and beauty treatments. Situated just minutes from Port Elizabeth’s main beachfront, Pine Lodge Resort is the perfect destination for family holidays, conference breakaways, functions, weddings and beauty spa treatments. There has never been a better time to “come and make a lifetime of memories in a single stay” with us. Please see details of our specials below: SAVE UP TO 25% on selected Accommodation Enjoy Bed and Breakfast in our 3 star chalets from only R470pps (full English Buffet breakfast) or just R670pps in our Luxury Chalet. Looking fo..

Marine Bird Rehabilitation in Port Elizabeth

Marine Bird Rehabilitation in Port Elizabeth In the late 1960s, a remarkable woman named Althea Louise Burman Westphal set up a temporary station at her home in Claremont to treat oiled penguins, after realising that the SPCA’s facilities were not suitable for this task. The Esso Essen spill was the first of the major recognised spills and Althea began rehabilitating 60 badly oiled penguins. In those days, the birds were scrubbed with Sunlight soap, three at a time in Althea’s bathroom and rinsed with a hose. She fed them long strips of hake, which had been dipped in cooking oil. The birds were given a 50/50 chance of survival. The penguins had a wooden trailer filled with water in Althea’s garden as their swimming pool. Later, she obtained a huge stainless steel dye vat to use as a pool. Two or three times a week the birds were driven to Blaauwberg in Althea’s station wagon, marched down the beach to the tidal pool and allowed to swim for an hour. The fir..

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We visit Pine Lodge at least on a monthly basis for a ‘pause’ weekend. We will be back Easter Weekend. The staff are professional and know us well by now, the security is visible at all times. We feel safe during our stay.

John Bullbring, South Africa

Very beautiful place, awesome little restaurant with nice food. Great facilities for fun, and beautiful views of the ocean. It also have a little pathway through the bushes which was pretty exciting!!

Kathy Lewis, South Africa
Your place was great,the room was clean,the surrounding location was excellent,and the Baywatch viewpoint to die for,We will definitely return more frequently.It was our first time here,although we only stay a stone’s throw away.
Arthur Jacobs, South Africa
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