Grahamstown Self Catering Accommodation

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Crown River Safari
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From R700 pps


1995 Springbok and Rugby World Cup winner, Hennie le Roux is the private owner of this rich landscape which abounds in fauna and flora. Crown River Safari and Wildlife Reserve is home to the Crown ... Read More

 
Mountain View Manor
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From R380 pps


Newly established guesthouse at Mountain View Manor with STUNNING views of Grahamstown and the surrounding mountains. Join us for a luxurious comfortable stay and a great sense of the outdoors.Accommo... Read More

 
Mountain Dew Cottage

From R225 pps


Mountain Dew Cottage is a cozy spacious park home cottage situated in Grahamstown. We are just off of Grey Street up a short gravel road in a peaceful natural part of Grahamstown. We are close... Read More

1 Person is currently making an enquiry at this establishment.
 
AppleBee Guest Cottages

From R490 pps


Clean, fresh country decor gives AppleBee its unique warmth and charm. It is situated just far enough from the main road to exclude traffic noise and yet is conveniently situated 100m from St Andrew's... Read More

 
1-on-Ross

From R450 pps


1-on-Ross consists of three cottages nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac just off Henry Road. It has a beautiful garden which featured in the Gardens of Grahamstown show, pool and offers braai facilities. ... Read More

 
Hotel Victoria Mews

From R667* unit


Mr. O'Donnell, an Irishman, built the hotel in 1849, trading as an Inn, Canteen and Boarding house. In 1860 Archibald Lappan took over the Hotel; in 1901 the new owner (still unknown) renamed it "Vict... Read More

 
Courtlands

From R460 pps


Centrally situated in historic New Street, Courtlands is close to the city centre. We are 50 meters from an entrance to Rhodes University Campus. Peppergrove Shopping Centre, pubs, restaurants and... Read More

 
Bartholomew's Loft

From R300 pps


The Loft This lovely building, once an old church with its loft conversion and double volume living area has been converted into very comfortable self-catering accommodation for a group of up to six... Read More

 
28 Stones Hill B&B

From R280 pps


28 Stones Hill B&B offers you a warm and welcoming getaway with farm-style tranquillity. This retreat, situated just a few steps from the historic 'hamlet' of Grahamstown, provides a rare combi... Read More

2 People are currently making enquiries at this establishment.
 
11 Worcester-on-Durban

From R610 pps


A recently renovated, historical, Settler home, close to the centre of Grahamstown, immediately opposite Diocesan School for Girls (DSG) on Worcester St. We are ideally located for those visiting DSG,... Read More

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Grahamstown Reviews

Grahamstown
Disappointed about the state of the roads and the very poor water quality - this is a great concern as we are not booking accommodation there for the Arts Festival, based on these reasons.
- Heather Muller

Grahamstown
A small town not much to do , but the food at restaurants was delicious
- Lindiwe Ncube

Grahamstown
Grahamstown is an interesting and well known city in the Eastern Cape. Plenty to do and see and home to the famous Rhodes University. Well worth a visit!
- Louise Cloete

Grahamstown
A cool place perfect for learning as I was there to accompany my daughter at Rhodes University
- Gladys Mapheto

Grahamstown
Grahamstown has always been a sleepy hollow and we have a connection going back 35 years. Unfortunately, it appears that the town is slowly decaying with rubbish lying everywhere, and there not being much spent on its upkeep which is a pity
- Roy Slater

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