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Chappys Cushion

2 Reviews
Sleeps 88 in 8 rooms

Chappys Cushion and the construction thereof was started in 2007 as a family home away from home. We saw the potential in a deserted...
from R330
per night for 2 guests

The Cottage

Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

The Cottage is a two-bedroom holiday cottage in the heart of Bathurst, a charming 1820's settler’s village just 12 kilometres from the...
from R1750
per night for 2 guests

Historic Pig and Whistle Inn

10 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 10 rooms

Located in the historic town of Bathurst, this 180-year-old pub, restaurant and hotel is believed...
from R450
per night for 2 guests

Sweet Fountain Cottage

3 Reviews
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Sweet Fountain Cottage offers private self-catering accommodation located on a working crop- and cattle farm, in Bathurst.The cottage has...
from R660
per night for 2 guests

Lyndhurst Guest Cottage

Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Wake up to the sound of guinea fowl feeding in the garden, eat a freshly picked pineapple, take a leisurely stroll around the beautiful...
from R650
per night for 2 guests

The Farm Bathurst

2 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 2 rooms

The Farm Bathurst is situated between Grahamstown and Bathurst in the Eastern Cape and offers peaceful farm-style holidays or weekend...
from R750
per night for 2 guests

Langholm B & B

2 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Stay in a B&B on our family pineapple farm 10km from Bathurst. We are situated 30km from Grahamstown just off the R67 tar road to Port...
from R1400
per night for 2 guests

Kingston Farm

1 Review
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

Kingston Farm is a large Edwardian villa built at the turn of the nineteenth century on the site of an older farmhouse. We offer three...
from R1000
per night for 2 guests
Morley House is an 1820’s settler’s cottage in the picturesque rural village of Bathurst in the...
from R600
per night for 2 guests

The Rectory

Sleeps 11 in 5 rooms

The historical building of The Rectory is situated in the settlement of Bathurst, a few kilometres from the seaside town of Port Alfred.The...
from R675
per night for 2 guests

Kholokoe Private Lodge

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Kholokoe Private Lodge is a private self-catering lodge situated within the Langholm Eco Estate. The lodge is an ideal stopover location...
from R5200
per night for 2 guests
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    Bathurst Reviews



    BATHURST
    BATHURST is situated on the fringes of both the Sunshine Coast and Frontier Country, a scenic half hour drive on the R67 from Grahamstown (N2) or 10 minutes from Port Alfred, half way between Port Elizabeth and East London on the R72 It is a quiet pastoral village most widely known for its famous (and infamous) pubs! “There is no thirst like a Bathurst!” Also in the village centre you will find craft shops, galleries, pottery studios, antique shops, nurseries and plenty more to keep the day visitor entertained. RESTUARANTS AND PUBSPickwick’s Pizzas are the BEST! Freshly prepared and delicious....
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    Kathy Arnold
    South Africa



    Bathurst
    Bathurst has been variously described as a sleepy hollow, historic and artistic. Yet there is more to it than that. Yes, there is a pub, an old pub, and several more besides. There are arts and crafts as good or as banal as you could want. You can eat as well or as cheaply as you wish. However, this small, diverse community is somehow more than the sum of it's parts: It's survival tells the story of South Africa and by it's tenacity, the future. The rural roots of this harsh and unforgiving environment are often, but never completely, disguised by the historic buildings and large verdant trees...
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    Fred Bright
    South Africa



    Historic Village heaps of character
    Bathurst is a picture postcard village - a piece of old England transplanted into African bush. This quaint village was established in 1820 as the centre for the famous colonial settlers of that era. Not surprisingly it boasts 8 national monuments including the oldest pub in South Africa the Historic Pig and Whistle Inn. The Inn stands proudly on the corner of the R67 and is the natural meeting place for travelers to and from the nearby beach resort Port Alfred and Grahamstown. Bathurst straddles the sunshine coast and frontier country tourism areas of South Africa and is therefore a great...
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    Gavin Came
    South Africa



    Fairies, pubs and ox braais in Bathurst
    Bathurst is home to art galleries, the smallest pub in the world, a backpackers and a fairy garden. It's quiet, historic and peaceful. The locals are friendly but may turn on you if you hate organic food and art. It's a stone's throw away from Port Alfred and is home to the famous (possibly more infamous) ox braai at New Years. They block off the roads and a variety of braais litter the street. It's a three-day party and braai festival that has been a tradition for over nine years. It's generally frequented by Rhodes University students, so if slobbering students annoy you, avoid Bathurst at...
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    Carolynne Higgins
    South Africa

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