1 on Ross consists of three cottages nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac just off Henry Road. It has a beautiful garden which featured in the Gardens of Grahamstown show, pool and offers braai facilities.
The Flatlet is up a short flight of stairs and consists of a separate carpeted bedroom with a King-size bed (or twin beds) and a separate full bathroom. There is comfortable lounge seating which opens out into a double-sleeper couch and a separate single bed is available in the lounge area. A well-equipped kitchenette with hob, oven, full fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, etc. offers a self-catering option. Air-conditioners in the lounge and bedroom, heaters and electric blankets are available.
The Cottage offers its own private garden. It consists of a separate carpeted bedroom with queen bed and full bathroom. There is a king size sleeper couch (or two singles) in the lounge area. It is set up for semi-self-catering with a well-equipped kitchenette comprising bar fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, table and chairs, etc. Air con will keep you cool in summer plus heaters and electric blankets available for the chilly months.
The single unit offers fairly basic accommodation for a single person. It has a single bed, table with chair and small kitchenette with bar fridge and microwave oven. There is a bathroom with walk in shower and separate toilet. It is adjacent to the larger cottage and suitable for an extra adult or child.
Teas, coffee, milk and a choice of 3 cereals are provided. Breakfast is available in the cottages on request.
Guests are welcome to use the swimming pool and braai facilities. All units have DSTV on flat screen FHD TVs. Complimentary Wi-Fi internet is available. Serviced daily. Secure off-street parking with remote access is provided. Conveniently situated close to private schools and Rhodes University.
The town is located close to some of the major cities like Port Elizabeth and East London as well as other small historic quaint towns worth a visit: Bathurst, Port Alfred and Kleinmond. Grahamstown is a well-known historic and artistic town featuring a rich history of early settler life in the 1820s and the traditional roots of Xhosa culture. To celebrate the arts and culture industry, the town hosts the famous National Arts Festival which is worth your time during your visit to the town.
Turn off the N2 below the 1820 Settlers Monument. Proceed to the first set of traffic lights and turn left into Somerset Street. Continue along Somerset Street past Rhodes University and at the 3rd four-way stop, turn right into African Street. Continue past Pepper Grove Shopping Centre, the Spar and straight over the circle. After the circle, 2nd left into Henry Street. Continue up Henry Street, over Fitzroy Street and take the next right into Ross Street. We are number one on the left-hand side. Please ring the bell at the pedestrian gate or call Catherine on 076 808 3111 to gain entry.
1-on-Ross has 3 lovely, bright cottages which sleep up to 9 guests, nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac close to private schools and shopping areas. It has a beautiful garden which featured in the Gardens of Grahamstown show, pool and offers braai facilities.