About Bartholomew's Loft
Bartholomew's Loft is an affordable, centrally situated self-catering accommodation ideally suited to families or friends travelling together in the Eastern Cape. We offer three bedrooms - one upstairs room with a king-size bed and two smaller twin rooms downstairs - and a spacious open-plan lounge, dining room and kitchen area.
Entrance to the property is through large gates with a paved driveway and ample secure parking. The historic building, once an old church, is full of character with its loft conversion and double-volume living area. Set off the historic Artificers Square, the original heart of 1820 Settler Grahamstown, it is within easy walking distance of the city centre and Rhodes University.
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