- Guests think A White House Guest House is in an excellent location
- 7 Whites Road, Currie Park, Grahamstown, 6139, Eastern Cape
We are approximately 65 kilometres from Boesmansriviermond and Port Alfred. These lovely coastal towns offer numerous recreational activities such as the beautiful beaches, top class restaurants, horse rides, bike rides and hiking trails.
Grahamstown, known as the heart of Frontier Country, is situated in the Eastern Cape.
Grahamstown is most famous for its annual arts festival first held in 1974 and still attracting thousands of visitors each year. Founded in 1812 as a military outpost, Grahamstown flourished in the 1820's as many settlers left farming to establish themselves in more secure trades. In 1904, Rhodes University was established and today provides world class education to over 6000 students each year.
Grahamstown is home to more than 52 religious buildings. The St Michael and St George cathedral is the seat of the Anglican Diocese of Grahamstown. Grahamstown is well-known for its unpredictable weather, as it lies at the intersection of four very different climatic zones. This adds to the excitement when thousands of visitors descend on the city each year for the Cultural Arts Festival. Grahamstown has retained its small town Victorian appeal with broad tree-lined streets, authentic historical buildings, museums, and churches Nature lovers will be delighted by the Thomas Baines Nature Reserve and Great Fish River Reserve lying just outside the city and providing an abundance of bird life.