The Loerie Hide
- East London
- East London
2B Sheerness Road, Bonnie Doon, 5241
- Longitude: 27.927396
- Latitude: -32.982371
- Bed And Breakfast
- Self Catering
The Loerie Hide
The Loerie Hide Bed and Breakfast is a luxury, TGCSA rated, 4-Star bed and breakfast establishment situated in East London, South Africa.
Your hosts, Nigel and Sue Rainer, invite you to share the peace and tranquility of their idyllic bed and breakfast setting in the heart of town. Choose between the African style Safari Room, the more traditional Colonial and New Colonial Rooms, and the rustic Rondavel.
The four luxury, on-suite bed and breakfast rooms are set in a beautiful sub-tropical garden, affording guests an oasis of peace and tranquility in the heart of East London. Birdlife in the garden is prolific, and many pleasant bird-watching hours may be spent on the wooden deck projecting into the surrounding indigenous vegetation. If you are fortunate, you may even catch a glimpse of the Knysna Louries which visit the property on a regular basis.
Bedroom doors open onto the beautifully appointed garden with a salt water pool, and each room has a private entrance, patio or deck. The rooms are equipped with Satellite TV and WiFi. Full English Breakfasts are included in the rates, and may be enjoyed overlooking the splendid Nahoon River valley. Secure off-street parking for vehicles is also available.
Although The Loerie Hide Bed and Breakfast is set in a beautiful and tranquil upmarket suburb in the heart of East London, it provides quick and easy access to the city center, a golf course, beaches, restaurants, shops, banks and other East London attractions.
Map and Directions to The Loerie Hide
From Port Elizabeth and Airport on Coastal road (R72):
After the Airport, continue through the industrial area of town on the R72, crossing the Buffalo River bridge and proceeding to the end of Fleet Street. Turn left at the Fitzpatrick Road R72(N2) sign and follow this road through the next two sets of traffic lights, until it becomes the North-Eastern Expressway. Take the M4 off-ramp to Pearce St & Gleneagles Road. Turn right over the expressway and then immediately left into Old Transkei Road. At the second set of traffic lights on Old Transkei Road turn right into Beach Road.
From the Transkei and Durban (N2):
Take the North-Eastern Expressway, (R72) off-ramp to the city centre. After 3 km take the M4 Pearce St / Gleneagles Rd of-ramp. Get into the left-hand lane, turn left at the traffic lights and immediately left again into Old Transkei Road. At the second set of traffic lights turn right into Beach Road.
From Queenstown (through Stutterheim):
You will come into town on the M6. At the roundabout turn left toward East London M4(R72) from the North-Eastern Expressway - follow directions as for Transkei & Durban, above.
From Grahamstown (and King Williams Town) on the N2:
Take the M1 Western Avenue off ramp to the city centre. Turn right into Western Avenue and at the second set of traffic lights, turn left into the R102 (Devereux Avenue). Proceed to the T-junction at the end of this road with a Mercedes dealership on the left. Turn left into Old Transkei road and right at the next set of traffic lights into Beach road.
Once on Beach Road:
Take the third turning to your left just before the shops. This is Schultz Road, which becomes Sheerness Rd. We are 200m down on the left as the road dips and bends to the right, No. 2B.