About 11 Worcester-on-Durban
Welcome to 11 Worcester-on-Durban. We are a guest house and self-catering facility in the Westhill area, close to the centre of Grahamstown. The original Victorian-style dwelling is called Mayfield and was built in about 1860 and forms part of the Stately Homes and Old School Ties Tour. Please note breakfast is available as an extra payable at the establishment.The accommodation consists of five distinctly different units, each with its own personality. All units have independent access and secure off-street parking through our Durban Street entrance. We can sleep ten adults comfortably, or up to 15 guests if some of the group members are children.We are located on Worcester Street, directly opposite the Diocesan School for Girls, 400 m from St. Andrew's College and St. Andrew's Prep School, and less than 1 km from Rhodes University and the Pepper Grove Shopping Centre. We are close to the heart of Grahamstown, yet surrounded by extensive gardens teeming with bird life.Our default meal plan is self catering and we supply cereals, fruit, fresh milk and rusks in all rooms which is complimentary but we have a lovely dining room and breakfast can be requested between 7am and 10am. Please book this with the host.We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful establishment in Grahamstown.
Please note that R200.00 will be charged per extra bed for children sharing in the room; a maximum of two in the Cottage, a maximum of one in the Stable and Blue Room.
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