About Hillsview Self-Catering
Hillsview Self-Catering is a comfortable self-catering unit, ideal for couples and business people visiting Grahamstown. We would love to have the opportunity to welcome you and make you feel comfortable and be at your assistance when you need us. The unit comprises of one bedroom with a queen-size extra-length bed, a bathroom with shower, and an open-plan lounge with a kitchen and a dining area. We can accommodate an additional guest on our sleeper couch in the lounge. We have Wi-Fi and off street parking for our guests. We provide a little bit of tea, coffee, milk and and salt and pepper for your convenience. The accommodation is close to a nature walk with great views of Grahamstown where many people enjoy a morning jog or walk their dogs.
Family friendly: Ideal for parents with a child that will sleep on the sleeper couch in the lounge.
Romantic: This is an ideal accommodation for couples, since it is private and there is a comfortable queen-size extra-length bed. It is also close to a walking trail and enjoys views of the town.
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