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Very nice, peaceful place with lots of charm. A good place for my kids to study in a couple of years time, if Rhodes offers an acceptable Actuarial Science degree.
- Garth Luyt
Grahamstown is a nice place to visit, it has a history.
- Vatiswa Matikinca
Grahamstown is beautiful, we enjoyed the Arts Festival
- Asanda Xawuka
This was my first stay at Grahamstown and the Arts Festival and I vow never to miss it again. The stay was wonderful for the soul and the peace and tranquility of Grahamstown, even in the throes of the festival was a real treat!
- Claire Odgers
Charming town, will return
- Chris Rout