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The Graham Hotel is located in the heart of Grahamstown. The cinemas, Supreme and Magistrates’ Courts, museums, Rhodes University and private schools are nearby. The Hotel is close to a many malaria-free national, provincial, and private game parks and nature reserves.

The onsite Calabash Restaurant offers traditional South African dining, and the three conference rooms are well equipped. Staff will cater according to the needs and requirements of the function. Scott`s spot Pub & Grill offers an informal setting where scrumptious food is served. This charming venue is air-conditioned and is open daily for lunch and dinner. There is an outdoor smoking area. Patrons are able to catch all the sporting action on the big screen televisions. Secure off street parking is available to guests. There is an onsite liquor store.

The hotel offers 33 double, twin and family rooms or luxury suites, all enjoying en-suite facilities. Rooms have satellite television, direct-dial telephone, and air conditioning.

The conference centre can accommodate up to 100 delegates and the boardroom seats 12 delegates comfortably. Audio visual equipment can be requested.

Staff will happily assist with bookings for guided tours and safaris. Activities include game watching, bird watching, water sports, hiking and fishing.

Please request the cancellation policy upon booking.

Establishment Code



Bar, CoffeeTea Maker, Restaurant, Shopping centres, Town / City Centre

AATravel Code





  • Afrikaans
  • Air conditioning
  • Business Facilities
  • Convenience Shop
  • English
  • Fully Catered
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Secure Parking
  • Telephone
  • TV Room / Lounge


Bird watching, Botanical, Cultural Attractions, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Hiking, Of Historic / Literary or Architectural Interest, Outdoor, Safaris, Water Sports

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