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Bonnie Doon

Bonnie Doon is related to the following pages: Eastern Cape Province, Sunshine Coast, East London, East London Suburbs

Accommodation, Camping, Guest Houses and Holiday Resorts for Bonnie Doon, suburb of East London, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

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Appleby’s Guest House, Bonnie Doon.

Type: Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering
Tel: 043 735 3185
Cell: 084 927 1202

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Arum Guest House, Bonnie Doon.

Physical address: 19a Kenyon Crescent
Contact: Lilla du Toit
Tel: 043 735 0818
Fax: 043 735 2144
Cell: 083 324 4412

The Loerie Hide.

Type: Bed and Breakfast
Grading: 4 star
Bed capacity: 5 bedrooms
On-site facilities: Secure parking
Physical address: 2b Sheerness Road
Contact: Sue Rainer
Tel: 043 735 3206
Cell: 082 458 9825

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