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About Barnhouse B&B

Barn House B&B is nestled in King Williams Town’s Maitland Road. Each room is elegantly furnished with a queen-size sleigh bed and extremely comfortable mattress boasting white linen. Six of the 10 rooms are modern en-suite bedrooms with a shower or bath, and tea and coffee is also available. Each room includes a TV for your entertainment and a cupboard and a reading table complete the picture. Secure off-street parking is available and we also offer Internet service.

Breakfasts, lunch and dinners are served in our spacious dining area, and a full English breakfast is served daily. Whether you are a business executive, an active sports person, attending a function, or someone just needing a home away from home while in King Williams Town, at Barn House B&B you will find a comfortable place to relax, rest and unwind.

Facilities at our bed and breakfast include conference and boardroom facilities, ample off-road parking, half day and full day venue hire, with a range of tantalizing lunch menus to choose from. We are within walking distance of the central business centre and shopping centre, hospital and schools, and also close to the golf course, restaurants, gymnasium, governmental departments and various tourist attractions such as Steve Biko’s home and grave site, Amatole Museum and the Bhisho Massacre Site.

Conference Venues: Barnhouse will cater for your private meetings as well as host conferences.

  • Response Rate: 69%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 9 hours
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 20
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Satellite TV*
  • Conference Venues
  • Parking on Premises
* Please enquire for further details.

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Barnhouse B&B is 0.6km from the centre of King Williams Town , the nearest airport 50.4km (East London Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling