Grahamstown Pet Friendly Accommodation

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From R290 pps


Mountain Dew Cottage is a self-catering cottage in Grahamstown. We are on the side of the Mountain just above the Makana Resort in a serene natural environment surrounded by fresh mountain air and the... Read More

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From R300 pps


Eagle's Nest B&B is on the sunny side of Grahamstown. Ideally situated near schools, city centre and in walking distance to shops, museums, Rhodes University and restaurants. Three reasonably pric... Read More

From R620 pps


Welcome to 1A St. Aidans Guest Cottage your home from home! 1A St. Aidan's Guest Cottage is beautifully restored, superior and well positioned accommodation in the historic Frontier Country City of ... Read More

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Coldsprings Lodge
2.2 km

From R900* unit


Coldsprings lodge is situated on the Highlands road, 7km from the city centre of Grahamstown, on a game farm. Guests enter the farm through two farm gates down a scenic drive, with green lush pastures... Read More

11 Worcester-on-Durban
3.8 km

From R490 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

AppleBee Guest Cottages
3.9 km

From R525 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

High Corner Guesthouse
4.1 km

From R440 pps


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 h... Read More

Courtlands
4.1 km

From R450 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

Cornerstone Manor
4.3 km

From R625 pps


Cornerstone Manor is a beautiful mid 19th Century home in the heart of Grahamstown, owned by Brad & Barbara Coward. The house which is built from granite stone offers typical Victorian rooms with high... Read More

8A Grahamstown
4.3 km

From R650 pps

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Conveniently located near the city centre, yet removed from the sound of the streets, 8A offers you the ideal space to unwind after a day of sightseeing or business, your every wish attended to by our... Read More

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Grahamstown Reviews

Grahamstown
Quaint town with friendly people.
- Imran Dawjee

Grahamstown
A fascinating, historic town. Worth spending more time to explore.
- Shelley Johnston

Grahamstown
A charming safe place with interested buildings and church. The population are welcoming and the most important thing is that you can walk in the street feeling safed.
- Maujean Alexandra

Grahamstown
Much cleaner and looking brighter than 3 years ago. Roads need urgent attention.
- Ian Hunt

Grahamstown
I liked it, it was my first time here but I felt secure.
- Luphathe Nyathi