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Bed-And-Breakfast:We cater for functions held at A White House, such as weddings and birthday...
Bed-And-Breakfast:We cater for functions held at A White House, such as weddings and birthday parties for young and old.
from R870

4 Reviews

Bed-And-Breakfast:Enjoy sunsets and watching varied bird life, star-gazing, soaking up the sunshine...
Bed-And-Breakfast:Enjoy sunsets and watching varied bird life, star-gazing, soaking up the sunshine with a book or taking an energetic hike up to the Toposcope.
from R950
Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

12 Reviews

Bed-And-Breakfast:Eclectic collectors cottage, with African and Brazilian Amazon elements reflected...
Bed-And-Breakfast:Eclectic collectors cottage, with African and Brazilian Amazon elements reflected in the décor.
from R850

2 Reviews

8A Grahamstown Guest House is a luxurious and spacious guest house, ideally located in Grahamstown....
8A Grahamstown Guest House is a luxurious and spacious guest house, ideally located in Grahamstown. Never has the term luxurious been so appropriate; 8A St Aidan's Guest House has been professionally designed and decorated to offer you a homely and luxurious stay.
from R1,190

2 Reviews

Suitable for business or leisure travellers, Oak Lodge Guesthouse is a17-bedroom guest house...
Suitable for business or leisure travellers, Oak Lodge Guesthouse is a17-bedroom guest house offering affordable accommodation in comfortable bedrooms. Conference facilities overlook a covered patio that leads to the sparkling pool. The dining room serves lunch and dinner on request.
from R740
Sleeps 40 in 10 rooms

5 Reviews

Kwam eMakana

from R500
The Kwam e-Makana project was the brainchild of former Premier of the Eastern Cape, Mrs Nosimo...
The Kwam e-Makana project was the brainchild of former Premier of the Eastern Cape, Mrs Nosimo Balindlela.
from R500

Antique Silk (named after a white bridal rose) in Grahamstown is a stylish flat consisting of two...
Antique Silk (named after a white bridal rose) in Grahamstown is a stylish flat consisting of two bedrooms, with twin beds in each room. Includes an en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchennette. Guests have their own entrance and safe-off street parking. The cozy cabin consists of twin beds, an en-suite bathroom with shower and fully equipped kitchennette. We are situated on the Sunnysid
from R550

Situated in a tranquil suburb in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, the heart of Settler country, with a...
Situated in a tranquil suburb in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, the heart of Settler country, with a picturesque garden perfect for a restful stay. Walk to the city centre, close to schools and Rhodes University, Game Reserves and Port Alfred. Jenny's is ideal for business and leisure travellers.
from R900

4 Reviews

Mimosa Bed and Breakfast is located in Grahamstown, and is within easy reach of schools, town and...
Mimosa Bed and Breakfast is located in Grahamstown, and is within easy reach of schools, town and the university and provides secure off-street parking. We are able to accommodate four people in this private unit.
from R880

Symphony B&B

from R700
Be warmly welcomed by Elton and Crystal at Symphony B&B, an accommodation set in the cultural...
Be warmly welcomed by Elton and Crystal at Symphony B&B, an accommodation set in the cultural little town of Grahamstown.
from R700

4 Reviews

Shaleky's Cottage

from R1,600
Shaleky's Cottage is a beautiful apartment surrounded by calming gardens. The cottage is situated...
Shaleky's Cottage is a beautiful apartment surrounded by calming gardens. The cottage is situated in a quiet neighbourhood of Grahamstown, where sweet birdsong provides the morning wake-up call.
from R1,600

2 Reviews

Fiddlewood Fields

from R800
Fiddlewood Fields is conveniently situated in Grahamstown, just 700 m from St Andrews College, 100...
Fiddlewood Fields is conveniently situated in Grahamstown, just 700 m from St Andrews College, 100 m from St Andrews Prep School, and 1.2 km from Rhodes University and Peppergrove Shopping Mall with its various restaurants.
from R800

6 Reviews

Auld House B&B

from R1,160
Auld House B&B is a lovely Victorian bed and breakfast, set in a pretty garden, in Grahamstown...
Auld House B&B is a lovely Victorian bed and breakfast, set in a pretty garden, in Grahamstown close to various colleges, schools and shopping centres.
from R1,160

Hilton House is a bed and breakfast on the farm Hilton, near Grahamstown. Hilton House offers...
Hilton House is a bed and breakfast on the farm Hilton, near Grahamstown. Hilton House offers guests a choice of two units, both with the option of self-catering. Both units have double rooms, twin rooms and full bathrooms.
from R600

Leicester B&B and Self-catering is situated in a quiet, upmarket area of Grahamstown, just 2 km...
Leicester B&B and Self-catering is situated in a quiet, upmarket area of Grahamstown, just 2 km from the university and 1 km from DSG and St Andrew’s. We offer a comfortable, private and safe environment for guests to enjoy their stay.
from R800

1 Review

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Grahamstown South Africa

Grahamstown Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

With a large university, some of South Africa’s top schools and a plethora of museums and other cultural attractions, Grahamstown is a rather erudite destination. It’s also the venue of the National Festival of the Arts, which is the second largest arts festival in the world, coming in just behind Edinburgh.

Of Grahamstown’s numerous lovely old buildings, many of which are national monuments, the one that – literally – stands out is the magnificent Cathedral of St Michael and St George, which forms a focal point at the top of High Street. The more academic of the many museums in Grahamstown include the Observatory Museum, which has the only genuine Victorian Camera Obscura in the southern hemisphere, the National English Literary Museum, the Library of African Music and – rather unusually considering its inland position – the SA Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, where you can see exhibits relating to the coelacanth – the fossil fish that was thought to be extinct but still lives off the South African coast.

Grahamstown’s position on the 19th century frontier between the British colonialists and the Xhosa tribes, has contributed to its interesting history. And the culture of rebellion that was forged in the Frontier Wars was brought to bear during the 20th century to the extent that Grahamstown was one of the major centres of resistance to the apartheid regime. Local historians offer insightful tours of the area, highlighting seminal moments in South Africa’s history.

Grahamstown has a decent golf course and it is very close to one of the newest golf resorts in South Africa – the Gary Player-designed Bushman Sands in the interesting and unusual town of Alicedale. There is good climbing near the town, a skydiving club and – less than an hour’s drive away – good surfing at Port Alfred. There are numerous excellent game viewing destinations within an hour’s drive of Grahamstown.

With a large university, some of South Africa’s top schools and a plethora of museums and other cultural attractions, Grahamstown is a rather erudite destination. It’s also the venue of the National Festival of the Arts, which is the second largest...

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Graemestown Bed and Breakfast, Grahamstown Bed and Breakfast, Grahams Town Bed and Breakfast, Grahams Town Bed and Breakfast, Grahams Town Bed and Breakfast,

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