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About Orient Beach

Orient Beach is one of East London’s most popular beaches for swimming. The waves are gentle and it’s very safe. It’s easy for families to spend the entire day here. Kids can burn off excess energy at the Water Tube and there are changing facilities, a refreshment kiosk and large areas of lawn. Orient Beach is conveniently close to the local hotels and shops.

Things to do in Quigney

Accommodation near Orient Beach

The Hampton Exclusive Guest House offers comfortable accommodation located in East London's Quigney...
R1355
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5 on Jameson

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

5 on Jameson is a well-appointed guesthouse offering holiday accommodation by Queen Royal based in 5 Jameson Street, Quigney, East London, ...
R1400
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Windsor Cabanas & Courtyard

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Sleeps 168 in 0 rooms

Boasting a garden and bar, as well as a restaurant, Windsor Cabanas & Courtyard is situated in East...
R1380
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The Paralian

Sleeps 24 in 0 rooms

Enhanced food service safety measures are in place.

Kennaway Hotel

Sleeps 216 in 0 rooms

This hotel is located on the seafront just over 9 km from the centre of East London. The bright air-conditioned rooms each have a seating...
R791
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Sesethu Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 37 in 14 rooms

Welcome to Sesethu Lodge.Safe , secure , affordable accommodation close to the Sea and the City Centre. With sixteen bedrooms en suite...
R1000
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Orient Beach is 0.9km from the centre of Quigney , the nearest airport 9.8km (East London Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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