About Kingsview Cottage
Kingsview Cottage is situated within a security complex in Grahamstown, the historic Settler City and art and educational mecca of South Africa. If you are looking for comfortable and excellent accommodation, then come and relax in this fully furnished, self-catering cottage in the well maintained, secure complex of Kingsview Estate.
The cottage is beautifully decorated and contains three bedrooms; two double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and one single bedroom with a separate bathroom. Features include an open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with a separate scullery, washing machine and tumble dryer, as well as a little veranda. The cottage also offers DStv, with under floor heating and a fireplace to keep guests cosy in winter.
In addition, the unit is wheelchair friendly and the estate offers 24-hour security, a tennis court and a swimming pool. Breakfast is available by prior arrangement and domestic help can be arranged on request, if required.
Kingsview Cottage Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Grahamstown
(0.8 km from Grahamstown)
Visit a rare Victorian amusement once considered 'The Magic Mirror of Life'. This unusual multi-storeyed 19th century Victorian shop and home is now a museum housing interesting displays, a Meridian room, an observatory and the only camera obscura...
(9.6 km from Grahamstown)
Named after the famous 19th century artist, naturalist and explorer, Thomas Baines Nature Reserve is a great spot for a day trip if you’re visiting the Grahamstown area. It’s an easy 12-kilometre drive from Grahamstown in the direction of Port...
(40.1 km from Grahamstown)
The spectacular Great Fish River Reserve lies in the Great Fish River valley between Grahamstown and Fort Beaufort and extends all the way to the Kieskama River. This malaria-free destination is still pretty much off the major tourist radar,...
(30.7 km from Grahamstown)
Bucklands Private Game Reserve is a Stewart Family conservation initiative which was launched in 2007 culminating from the families deep love of the African continent's splendid diversity and natural beauty found within its wildlife and nature...