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I enjoyed a divine cup of rose tea prior to a workshop. It must be an awesome venue in the summer months. A great place to have a sweat bite and a coffee or tea.Close to town and yet you have the feeling you're out...of town. Parking close by and a stone's throw from the entrance to the Botanical Gardens.More
Such a shame! A cafe we frequented every time we visited Rhodes University. Never Again. Shocking attitude of the manager. Horrible attitude towards her staff. Just not worth it. She went out of her way to make our family who had travelled from all over...the world feel unwelcome. Definitely needs customer service training or shouldn’t be in the business.More
I had my first visit to the historic town known for its art and creativity. I stumbled upon this Cafe by accident and ended up going there almost twice each day. Their coffee is delicious which is not too unusual for a campus with caffeine...addicted students. What makes this place so special is the historic building itself, with its modernized and hip alterations and additions. The staff, I gather all working students, are very capable and friendly. Their menu options are limited, but has something of everything one can expect from a small Cafe. They also have occasional music events in support of local artists and schools that provides unique entertainment.
Perhaps not everyone is such a coffee junky as myself that needs a quick fix every few hours, thus I would highly recommend a quick visit once at least.More
After doing a lot of research on Grahamstown and the Provost Prison itself, we traveled more than a 100km from our holiday accommodation to visit the infamous monument. However upon arrival we were turned away after being told that they were closed and undergoing renovation...despite being told that they were open by the information centre and all online information. We basically pleaded for a single glimpse inside as we probably will never have the chance to visit Grahamstown again, but the lady refused. Needless to say we are extremely disappointed and disgruntled with Grahamstown’s historical museums, galleries and specifically Provost Prison for being closed on a weekday during the festive season.More