All Comments for High Corner Guest House

Reviews 7 of 7
Excellent accommodation with Old World Charm and efficiency
Jackie steele, South Africa - 14 February 2016
We booked three night stay in the Perch at High Corner Guest House to settle our daughter into res at Rhodes . Accommodation was clean ,neat and very  well provided for . Karen was there with friendly and excellent assistance  with any queries we had with regard to the accomodation , the town and the university (as past student very knowledgable ) .  We left a lamp for our daughter to collect which Karen was only to happy to assit us with. Warm , friendly , lovely !  We will definately stay here again. It was an absolute pleasure. 
Awesome Stay
Gennie Wallder, South Africa - 13 January 2015
Wonderful, friendly staff. Very conveniently located.
Grahamstown top stay
Ladislav Mucina, South Africa - 02 February 2014
Absolutely wonderful stay at High Corner - luxurious rooms, quiet place, very central, very friendly host, will be back
Raymond Mentor, South Africa - 16 October 2012
A sturdy old place with lots of character, and a must experience for any person who loves the older things in life. I certainly enjoyed my stay and would certainly make a return visit.
Highly recommended
Cynthia Ashby, United States of America - 25 February 2012
This is a wonderful and friendly guest house. The owners and staff are very friendly and welcoming. Hot breakfast was great, and the accommodation was superb.
Great accommodation
Cynthia Ashby, United States of America - 25 February 2012
Great accommodation, including a wonderful hot, buffet breakfast. Reception by owner and staff very welcoming. Location is suited for walking around Grahamstown.
Fantastic stay
Thapelo Letsoalo, South Africa - 07 May 2008
Our stay was very fantastic. The hospitality and friendliness was great and the place was very comfortable and private. I will recommend a stay at this place any time.

High Corner Guest House
Situated in upper High Street, High Corner is within easy walking distance of numerous restaurants and coffee shops, Rhodes University, the High Court, museums and businesses.

Enjoy unpretentious hospitality in this meticulously restored, historical home which comprises the oldest cottage in Grahamstown (built in 1814) and was formerly home to District Surgeon Dr John Atherston as well as author, poet and playwright Professor Guy Butler. The Guest House boasts a yellow wood staircase and floors, original oregon pine panelling, high ceilings and generous rooms graced with Cape antiques and original art. Accommodation is provided in six beautifully furnished bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom and, not forgetting modern comforts, heated towel rails, air conditioning, satellite television, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers and digital safes. Guests have use of the elegant lounge, vine-covered patio and salt water swimming pool, on-site beauty clinic (by appointment only) and secure off-street parking behind beautiful old stone walls.

Laundry facilities on request. Children welcome by arrangement. Internet access