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ABOUT

ABOUT

Now owned and managed by Liz Thomas, High Corner is an elegant, historical landmark in Makhanda (Grahamstown) offering superior accommodation on a bed & breakfast or self-catering basis, with 6 beautifully appointed en-suite rooms in the main house and 3 two-bedroomed cottages. We have a wonderful garden hidden away behind old stone walls, a swimming pool and a covered patio.

 

High Corner is centrally situated, directly opposite the Drostdy Arch entrance to Rhodes University, and is within easy walking distance to numerous restaurants and coffee shops, museums, the  business centre and the High Court.

With superior bed & breakfast accommodation, secure on-site parking, and wonderful staff, whatever brings you to Makhanda, brings you home. Welcome to High Corner.

ROOMS

ACCOMMODATION

OUR SERVICES

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

 

We offer a full English breakfast by arrangement. Lunch and dinner packs are available. Please consult with our front-desk.

Free Wifi

 

Free Wifi is available on request and we'll soon be connected to a fibre optic service..

Garden

 

Our beautiful garden is the perfect setting for a bit of down time, away from the hustle and bustle of High Street.

Daily Housekeeping

 

All accommodation is serviced daily.

Laundry facilities are available.

Pool

 

During the summer months our pool is open to guests to enjoy a refreshing dip when the mercury rises.

Conferences & Functions

Small conference facilities are available and we are able to host catered, private functions.

GALLERY

THE PATIO & GARDEN

SEE & DO

SEE & DO
Educational Interest

 

SciFest Africa, South Africa's National Science Festival is held annually in March with an emphasis on promoting science, technology and innovation. Grahamstown is also home to the Albany Museum.

Cultural Sites

 

Visit the National English Literary Museum, known as one of South Africa's literary treasures. Located on the Rhodes University  campus, this impressive building has won a '5-star green' construction rating.

National Arts Festival

 

Held in June/July over 11 days ,and also known as the Grahamstown Festival, the National Arts Festival is the biggest annual celebration of the arts on the African continent.

Detail from the High Corner garden oasis.

GUEST REVIEW

"It's been such a stressful year thus far but I'm grateful that we had somewhere safe and comfortable to stay in Grahamstown. It was good to be able to park our cars securely. Thank you to the High Corner team for all your help."

 

— Shazneem and family

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