The Highlander Guest House
About The Highlander Guest House
Established in 1965 as an old boys club to the St. Andrews' College, The Highlander Guest House is now a well-loved and placed establishment in Grahamstown.
Guests are accommodated in comfortable double rooms that are serviced daily and dressed in soft percale linen.
The resident pub, fondly known as The Lowlander is equipped with rustic trestle tables, wooden chairs and wood-chip-floors that both oozes character and creates atmosphere.
Come and watch the big game, listen to live music on weekends and relax whilst your pizza is being prepared in a wood fired oven.
Along with a welcoming atmosphere The Highlander offers you a home from home experience where you can relax and enjoy real Eastern Cape hospitality.
Wedding Venues: We cater for all functions large and small offering any of the rooms described. An ideal wedding venue with specialty catering available.
The Highlander Guest House Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Grahamstown
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(9.6 km from Grahamstown)
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(40.1 km from Grahamstown)
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