Fiddlewood Fields is a beautiful guest house, set in quiet, lush gardens in the city of Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
Owned and managed by Liz Thomas, the accommodation options are suitable for individuals, couples, friends and families. We are located close to St Andrews College, St Andrews Prep, DSG and are a short drive away from Kingswood College and Rhodes University.
Accommodation is offered across three separate cottages or a large spacious guest room that is attached to the house. Each has separate access through the garden.
In Room Facilities:
There is a comfortable seating area where guests can watch television on a flat screen, and a small kitchen area is equipped with a kettle, bar fridge, toaster, microwave, crockery, and cutlery. Cereals, milk, tea, hot chocolate, filter coffee, and rusks are also provided.
Grahamstown is a city of approximately 70,000 people in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It is situated about 110 kilometres northeast of Port Elizabeth and 130 kilometres southwest of East London. Grahamstown is the largest town in the Makana Local Municipality, and the seat of the municipal council. It also hosts Rhodes University, the Eastern Cape Division of the High Court, and a diocese of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa and 6 South African Infantry Battalion.
A full English breakfast can be arranged, and other meals can be provided by prior arrangement, at an additional charge. Features include an outside seating area with gas barbecue facilities, and secure off street parking is available for guests. Guests are also welcome to make use of the swimming pool.
Two large festivals take place annually in Grahamstown: the National Arts Festival in June/July and SciFest Africa, attracting over 240,000 and 62,000 visotors respectively. The National Arts Festival is the largest Arts festival in Africa and sees some of the leading talent on the South African and international art scene arriving in Grahamstown for a celebration of culture and artistic expression.