Arum House Guest House
Arum House is a luxury guest house nestled in the heart
of the tranquil suburb of Bonnie Doon in East London with
the warm Indian Ocean on its doorstep. It is situated a
mere 2km drive to Nahoon beach and within walking distance
of Nahoon and Bonnie Doon businesses, shops and sporting facilities.
Arum House provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in East London to visitors looking for a peaceful retreat. Spacious and comfortable bedrooms offer luxury and style, tastefully decorated with king size beds, quality linen and luxurious en-suite facilities. Guest area includes a lounge and a spacious dining area where guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast every morning setting Arum House apart. It's truly in a class of its own.
NB we now also have a back up generator on Premises ...more accommodation information...
Things to do and see, places to go...
East London is known for its friendly people, warm hospitality and Sunshine Coast.
A laid-back city with traditional values and old era charms ideal for a relaxing beach
holiday. Endless white sandy beaches and open spaces are perfect for surfers, swimmers
and long lazy days on the beach.
Even though Arum House offers a quiet location in the Bonnie Doon suburb it is conveniently situated close to Nahoon beach, host to international surfing competitions and a surfer's paradise. East London is also the gateway to other areas such as the Wild Coast and the Amatola Mountains further inland making it a popular tourist destination.
East London offers an array of hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfast establishments; Arum House sets itself apart with its superb location, warm hospitality and luxury East London accommodation suitable to leisure guests or business executives.
Getting to Arum House
Arum House Guest House in East London is easy to find. Our maps, directions, and GPS co-ordinates will help you find your way to Arum House as easily as if you were in your own hometown. We look forward to your visit!...more information on finding Arum House...