In the 'hood, King Williams Town as a destination

Considered one of the most interesting towns to visit in the region, along with Grahamstown, King Williams Town began its life on the banks of the Buffalo River as a mission station in 1834. About 50km west of East London, King William's Town is renowned for its beautiful stone buildings, many of which date back to the Frontier wars. King Williams Town has a number of interesting museums - ... cont.

14 Gerhardi Street, Fort Hill, King William's Town, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Directions to Amatola Mountain View

Entering King Williams Town you will get onto Alexandra Road where you turn up Queens Rd then turn right at the first street to your right (Kings Rd) and then first street left (Gerhardi St) and its number 14.

Amenities in the area

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  • Bars and/or Nightlife (0.5 km)
  • Grocery Store (0.5 km)
  • Restaurants / Eateries (0.5 km)
  • Shopping Mall (0.5 km)
  • Dry Cleaner (1 km)
  • Foreign Exchange (1 km)
  • Internet Café (1 km)
  • Laundromat (1 km)
  • Post Office (1 km)
  • Train Station (1 km)
  • Airport (58 km)

Activities

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  • Cultural experiences
  • Golf course(s)
  • Hiking trails
  • Swimming

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