Centrally situated, Courtlands circa 1850 is a popular stop-over for guests who would enjoy exploration of this historical city, the surrounding Frontier Country, our stunning beaches and game reserves. Personalised tours can be arranged.
For those who wish to study or attend conferences at Rhodes University, we are only 50 meters from an entrance to the Campus.
Our two garden cottages are self-contained for privacy, with their own entrances and secure shaded parking. We offer a full continental breakfast or a self-catering facility if that is preferable high quality linen, fans, heating, satellite TV and wireless connectivity, fully-equipped kitchenettes ensure a comfortable, convenient and relaxing stay in Grahamstown. We are members of Makana Tourism and Grahamstown Hospitality Guild along with the NAA.
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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,...