The true meaning of sophisticated panache is discovered at The Manor House, situated in a quaint nook of Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront. This cosmopolitan district, framed by the Atlantic Ocean and Table Mountain, has become one of the most frequented city destinations in the world. Top-class restaurants and retail outlets are juxtaposed with one of Africa’s busiest ports, resulting in a vibrant atmosphere all year long.
While the region offers a wealth of activities, The Manor House provides guests with a chic respite. Adjacent to the Queen Victoria Hotel,
this boutique hotel bears subtle elements of old English charm that complement its characteristic modernity.
Elegant double doors open to a stylish environment, where guests will be met with a warm welcome from one of the attentive butlers.
Cape Town, otherwise known as “The Mother City”, is a cherished destination among locals and internationals alike. The city is the legislative capital of South Africa and is located on a peninsula, on the country’s southwest coast. It has, in recent years, been named the best place in the world to visit by leading international media – and the reasons for this are unmistakable. Cape Town is rich in natural beauty, diversity, entertainment and world-class developments.
The region’s Mediterranean climate makes for pleasant summers, although winds can pick up. Notwithstanding Cape Town’s unpredictable weather, which has earned it the reputation of having four seasons in one day, the city experiences an average of over 3 000 hours of sunshine a year. Winters are typically rainy, but the city takes on a cosy, European atmosphere which is easily embraced at one of the Winelands' many estates, alongside a fireplace.
The Manor House comprises four spacious and highly luxurious suites – each with its own private patio or Juliet balcony.
These suites boast uninterrupted views of Table Mountain and the city that lies at the foot of this Natural Wonder.
Guests can look forward to top-end room amenities that would be expected at a five-star property.
Each suite is generously spacious, well laid out and decorated with modern furnishings. Bold colours have been tastefully introduced to add unique appeal to the suites.
Services & Facilities at The Manor House
Guests can look forward to an array of dining options when visiting The Manor House. The hotel has its own private dining room which seats four guests, and Newmark’s other Waterfront properties offer further delightful dining experiences, including fine dining at Dash or wholesome dining at Ginja. Breakfasts can be enjoyed at either of these establishments at no additional cost when bookings are made on a bed and breakfast basis.
Located at the Queen Victoria Hotel, this esteemed fine dining establishment pays tribute to Queen Victoria’s beloved pet dog, Dash. This restaurant offers an elegant experience with a touch of drama in the presentation of its menu. Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served, and drinks can be enjoyed at the bar.
This lovely establishment is found at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel and is set against the backdrop of Table Mountain. Ginja serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is known for its delicious and wholesome, artisanal-style dishes.
Guests are spoilt for choice with a vast selection of amenities at and near to The Manor House. From unwinding at the Dock House Boutique Hotel’s pool area, in a beautifully manicured garden, or being pampered at the Sanctuary Signature Spa to working out with a personal trainer at the fully equipped gym, rejuvenation is always in reach. The following activities offered in the region are also recommended.
The world behind The Manor House’s elegant double doors begs to be explored here.
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