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To Mosa and her staff. Our trip to Natal was a wet and nervous one as it became dark very early. Having left the directions at home, Mosa guided me to The Grace. Upon arrival my mother was somewhat taken aback and when given our room for the long weekend, we were taken aback. For my mother who is Italian it was too perfect. She however enjoyed her stay.
We found the food to be adequate, accomodation was beyond words, the staff very friendly and supportive given my Mom is over 80 and to top it all we felt welcome all the time. I on the other hand felt safe and could not have chosen better accomodation. We were so impressed that after the family event on Saturday our visitors from Pietermaritzburg, Gillets, Cape Town and Queenstown came for tea and to view the accomodation that was offered. Well i definately know where I will be coming again and hopingly this time with all my family.
The Grace Guest house has a lot to offer and is very close to the main town and easy on many routes. It was a pleasure staying at The Grace, however I will have to book well in advance in the near future as now my family know where we go!
To Mosa and the ladies a big Hearty THANK-YOU for making us welcome and being at home.
Greetings! My wife and I wish to extend our most heartfelt gratefulness for your hospitality at your guest house. We loved your guest house for its cleanliness,tranquillity and pleasant surroundings. Please keep it up! You are doing a wonderful service.
Mr and Mrs Kaluwa.
Thanks so much for the warm hospitality we have enjoyed at The Grace Guest House, it was magnificent. We've enjoyed every moment of it and the stay was just unbelievable. See you sooner!!!!!!!
Enrique and Zandile
7 to 9 March 2008
After a tiring all day bus trip culminating in a scary charge at dusk through the misty foggy rain on the hazardous Townhill descent we arrived in Pietermaritzburg. It was early in December of 2007 when my sister and I made the trip to visit our elder sister who was in hospital at that time.
Before embarking on our journey, from Joburg I requested a list of B&B’s from the Pietermaritzburg Publicity Ass. I decided on impulse to choose “The Grace” and phoned to make a reservation. On being greeted by the charming voice of Mosa I was immediately sure I had made the right decision. She told me The Grace being in Wembley was close to the hospital we would be visiting. As we would be arriving in town late in the day, she offered to fetch us from the bus stop in the city, about four kilometres from “The Grace” located at 22 Howick Road. We also not want to venture out again for a supper in town. As arranged with Mosa when booking, waiting in the warming oven in the beautifully equipped kitchen, a tasty home cooked meal. Ever attentive to the comfort and needs of the guests. Mosa is the most perfect hostess I encountered at any of the B&B’s I have stayed in on several visits to Pietermaritzburg.
The Grace is a beautifully renovated stately old house located behind a very effective security gate system with covered garaging for visitor’s cars. Behind the house one is greeted with a lovely vista of an inviting swimming pool in a manicured garden and a shady patio leading from the dining area in the house. There is also an impressive spacious boardroom or possibly a large dinner party room, which was for me the focal point of this lovely house. The room we occupied during our three-day stay at The Grace, was a heavenly retreat from the traumatic days spent visiting our sister in the nearby hospital. It was tastefully furnished, spacious and exquisitely decorated with luxurious drapes and bedspreads. The comfortable king-size double bed was a heaven of cream duvets, bed linen and lots of big soft pillows. We really felt that we were in our own home every time we returned each day. It was oh so comfy to enjoy our evening meal delivered by one of the many menu choices available while watching TV at home. We also one night heated our microwave ready supper in the high-speed oven available in the beautiful kitchen of the house.
Although I have no plans to go that way again soon, I will never again get stressed about where to stay in Pietermaritzburg. I just hope there will be a space at the heavenly Grace.
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Durban International - 80km
Pietermaritzburg Airport - 15km
Children of all ages welcome.
Check-in from 14h00
Check-out by 11h00
Listed on SA-Venues.com
October 2007 - 4 Reviews