The Willows Resort and Conference Centre
Port Elizabeth, Sunshine Coast - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:The Willows Resort is a family's dream destination...
With breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean featuring rugged, rocky outcrops, and a child's paradise with endless rock pools to discover and explore. The small, private beaches with tidal pools are perfect for swimming and lazing in the sun.
A wide variety of accommodation options are available and range from fully equipped 3-star self-catering rondavels, chalets and cottages, to a 3-star caravan park with private sites, rated as one of the best in the Eastern Cape.
There is a wide array of on-site games and activities, as well various nearby attractions. The facilities & services inside the resort will guarantee that you have everything you need on your holiday or breakaway. Strict access control, and patrolling security guards, ensures complete safety and security for you and your possessions.
The resort, in its beautiful natural setting, offers peace and tranquility, while still being close to all the attractions and amenities of a big city.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at The Willows Resort and Conference Centre, Port Elizabeth, Sunshine Coast
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for The Willows Resort and Conference Centre, Port Elizabeth, Sunshine Coast
- Tourism Grading Council
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Directions to The Willows Resort and Conference Centre
Map of The Willows Resort and Conference Centre in Port Elizabeth, Sunshine Coast+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 25° 36' 40" E / 34° 2' 36" S
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Driving to The Willows Resort and Conference Centre in Port Elizabeth, Sunshine Coast
|Departing: Port Elizabeth Airport|
|Address: Boeing Street, Port Elizabeth Airport (PLZ), Port Elizabeth 6011, South Africa|
|Distance: 18.3 km / Duration: 23 mins|
|1.||Head northeast||0.4 km|
|2.||At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Allister Miller Dr
Go through 1 roundabout
|3.||Slight right to stay on Allister Miller Dr||0.1 km|
|4.||Turn right onto La Roche Dr||2.1 km|
|5.||Turn right onto Beach Rd||0.8 km|
|6.||Continue onto Marine Dr||13.6 km|
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Port Elizabeth Airport - Port Elizabeth+ OPEN WEBSITE
Port Elizabeth International Airport was established in 1929 and each year it has more than one million passengers making it the fourth busiest airport in South Africa.
Port Elizabeth International Airport is three kilometres away from the city centre or a ten-minute drive and is close to the South Eastern side of Algoa Bay. Its former name was the H. F. Verwoerd Airport.
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