About Newtondale Self Catering
Newtondale Self Catering is situated in Newton Park, a 10 minute drive from central Port Elizabeth.
The modern and air-conditioned rooms at Newtondale include a flat-screen satellite TV and a kitchenette, equipped with a fridge, microwave, kettle and tea-and-coffee making facilities. Towels are provided. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas and the property has free private parking on site.
Restaurants and shops are within walking distance and Greenacres Shopping Centre is less than 2 km away. The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is 5 km away and Port Elizabeth International Airport can be reached within 20 minutes' drive. We serve our clients with a smile!
Stay between 13 Sep 2017 and 30 Sep 2017 and get 25% off.
Guests are requested to pay 30% deposit, after they have made their reservation and a further 20% 2 days before arrival.
Newtondale Self Catering Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Newton Park
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The St. Croix Motor Museum has a fine private collection of vintage and classic vehicles dating back to 1901. If you have an interest in classic vehicles, then this is the place to visit. About 80 cars are on show, dating from the early century to...
(0.2 km from Newton Park)
The Guinea Fowl trail is located in the Baakens River Valley at the centre of Port Elizabeth. The walking trail is divided into an upper and a lower section. The Upper Guinea Fowl trail is six kilometres long and takes approximately two hours to...
(0.5 km from Newton Park)
The St. Croix Motor Museum is located in St Georges Park. On display is a private collection of vintage and classic motor vehicles, dating as far back as 1901. Many of the vehicles are for sale. The museum was created by Eben de Vos and is housed in...
(1.3 km from Newton Park)
Greenacres Shopping Centre is situated in the heart of Port Elizabeth, the economic hub of the Eastern Cape. This trendy shopping mecca forms part of a one-kilometre complex that entices visitors from afar to indulge in retail therapy. Two choices...