About 28 Stones Hill B&B
28 Stones Hill B&B is situated in the tranquil, country suburb, Stones Hill, which is only 6 km from Grahamstown's city centre. Originally a farm and holiday destination for Grahamstown Settlers, Stones Hill offers magnificent views for 30 km over the coastal plain to the sea. We boast the only accommodation establishment in Grahamstown to offer a sea view.
With a home away from home feeling, 28 Stones Hill B&B offers guests a peaceful setting with vast lawns, a dam, old Palm and Oak trees, abundant birdlife and excellent accommodation. We cater for families, travellers and business guests with our rooms offering all the modern conveniences expected, like DSTV, kitchenettes and wireless internet access. The rooms are a tasteful fusion of modern and african decor with slate stones tiles, king size beds and space for a third person if required. We also have two interleading rooms for families.
You can enjoy our awesome breakfasts on the farmstyle balcony, accessed from your room, while taking in the beautiful view to the sounds of birds in the morning.
28 Stones Hill is perfectly situated between Port Elizabeth and East London to explore this wonderful area, being close to Port Alfred and Bathurst and to a number of big 5 reserves. Mountain biking and hiking trails can start from the property or spend time exploring the history and culture of Grahamstown with it's abundant museums, the 1820 Settlers Monument& and perhaps a township tour.
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