About Belvedere Cottage
Belvedere Cottage offers comfortable accommodation set in a private garden, located in Grahamstown. The centre of town is only a 4-minute drive away for some lovely restaurants and shops.
The cottage consists of two elegant en-suite bedrooms with under-floor heating, a fully equipped kitchen and an open-plan living area leading onto a sunny deck. There are wall safes provided in each bedroom. Delicious buffet-style cooked breakfast is provided on request. Guests have the use of a swimming pool and the outdoor braai facilities.
The cottage has its own entrance through a remote-controlled gate with safe parking available. Other facilities include full DStv access, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryers, fans, electric blankets, clock-radios and heaters.
Rates may vary and reduced rates may apply to additional persons.
All rates are indicative only, may be seasonal and are subject to change without notice.
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