About Grasdak Guesthouse
Grasdak Pub & Kitchen is affectionately frequented by locals and many past travellers and is known for its festive atmosphere, fine fare and warm hospitality. It has stood the test of time established in 1997 and still going with a unique rustic and traditional pub feel.
Our four en-suite rooms, situated close to the main building and dining area, have a double bed, TV with selected channels, a full bathroom with shower.
From pub-grub to relaxing sundowners, tantalize your taste buds at the restaurant, with our South African style tapas menu. Open for lunch and dinner and serving an array of delectable treats. Try one of the great weekly specials or just pop in for a quick bite. Ask the chef, if it’s not on the menu don’t despair, we will get it.
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