List Your Business - Become a Member

Listing procedure

To become a member of the Grahamstown Hospitality Guild please download our membership form, print it and complete it.

Once you have completed all required fields please scan the form and email it to autumnleaves@insightnet.co.za.

Once we have received your form we will process your application and contact you to get any additional information we may require. The more information you fill in on the form the easier it will to get listed.

If your applications is approved you will be added to the website and all relevant information regarding the updating of your listing will be emailed to you.

If you are already a member

If you already have a membership with us, you can log in and you will see your registered establishment(s) . Once you have logged in you will be able to edit the existing establishment(s).

If you can not remember your login password, please use the "I forgot my password" button and follow the instructions, once completed a new password will be emailed to the email address you specified.

If you can not remember the email address you used to register with us please contact us and ask what email address is on record, you will then be able to use the"I forgot my password" button to reset your password.

If you have any trouble accessing your listing or updating your information and photos, please send our webmaster an email and explain your problem. You can reach our webmaster at support@zawebs.com.

Members can update their listing here!

Why Become A Member

Grahamstown a small city with a sizable spirit! Best known for playing host to the world's second largest arts festival - the National Arts Festival. Its renowned schools, Rhodes University, High Court, famous coelacanth and Botanical Gardens also distinguish Grahamstown.

Situated in the heart of the Frontier Country, Grahamstown is steeped in history and has something to offer everyone, from fascinating historical visits to adrenaline pumping outdoor adventures.

Museums are plentiful, varied and well maintained. Many of the old Settler homes are now National Monuments and reflect 1820 Settler architecture.

The GHG is a group of people who want to boast the natural beauty of Grahamstown and show you what is on offer to see and to do.

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