Eagle’s Nest B&B

Eagle’s Nest B&B is on the sunny side of Grahamstown. Ideally situated near schools, the city centre
and in walking distance to shops, museums, Rhodes University and restaurants. The perfect stop-over in Grahamstown between Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal (almost halfway).


Three reasonably priced self-contained garden flats each with their own private entrance.

One of the flats sleeps four guests (twin beds and bunk beds with hospitality mattresses) and the other two flats (twin beds in each) sleep two people.

These self-catering/B&B flats have en-suite bathrooms, well equipped kitchenettes, tea/coffee facilities, televisions, internet, hairdryers, fans, heaters and secure off-street parking with remote control access to bring vehicles into our yard. Additional beds in the main house (en-suite) is available if required.  The braai (barbeque) facility near the sparkling pool on your doorstep often comes in handy on this sunny side of town.  Children welcome. Pets welcome by arrangement. Guests have a choice between self-catering or B&B accommodation.


  • B&B or self-catering accommodation;
  • Self-catering kitchenettes in flats;
  • Fully serviced by housekeeping;
  • Television in flats;
  • Internet facilities in flats;
  • Microwave in flats;
  • Heaters and fans in flats;
  • Tea/coffee making facilities in flats;
  • Flats have own private entrance;
  • Secure off-street parking onsite;
  • Swimming pool onsite;
  • Braai (barbecue) facilities;
  • Laundry facilities;
  • Children welcome;
  • Pets welcome by arrangement;
  • Resonable rates;
  • Car hire (less than 5km);
  • Exercise facilities (less than 5km);
  • Golf (less than 5km);
  • Horse riding (less than 5km);
  • Medical facilities (less than 5km);
  • Movies/cinema (less than 5km);
  • Nature trail (less than 5km);
  • Restaurant and shops (less than 5km);
  • Big game and game drives (less than 30km); and
  • Hunting or fishing (less than 30km).


    Places of interest in or near Grahamstown:

    • 1820 Settlers Museum;
    • Albany Museum;
    • Observatory Museum houses the Victorian Camera Obscura in the Southern Hemisphere;
    • Church Square – historical building facades in Grahamstown;
    • Rhodes University;
    • African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (JLB Institute of Ichthyology);
    • International Library for African Music;
    • 1820 Settlers National Monument;
    • Fort Selwyn;
    • Egazini Memorial;
    • Provost Prison;
    • Artificer’s Square;
    • Thomas Baines Nature Reserve (15km);
    • Great Fish River Reserve;
    • Shamwari Game Reserve;
    • Lalibela Game Reserve;
    • Amakhala Game Reserve;
    • Kariega Game Reserve (40km);
    • Valley of the Ancient Voices; and
    • Bathurst (Big Pineapple), Port Alfred and Kenton-on-sea with beautiful clean beaches.
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