From R2100 per Unit
The Hout Bay Manor, built in 1871, is renowned as one of Cape Town's most graceful landmarks. The beautifully restored Hout Bay Manor offers 19 individually designed en suite rooms and a sophisticated fine dining restaurant named 'Pure'.
Hout Bay Manor, protected by century old oak trees, was built from stone (600mm thick walls) and in traditional Cape Colonial style by Jacob Trautmann on an unspoilt piece of land, which had previously been part of the Kronendal Estate.
2006 saw the start of an 18 month refurbishment that was completed in October 2007 to recapture the charm and beauty of this original home, in a vibrant African culture style. The hotel officially reopened on 26 October 2007. The breathtaking restyled Pavilion is now a contemporary fine dining restaurant, named 'Pure'.
Hout Bay Manor has preserved the history and heritage while infusing the interiors with Zulu and Xhosa chic décor to celebrate the vibrant pulse of South Africa.
On the ground level guests find an opulent open plan lounge and bar area, a tribute to style, Zulu and Xhosa grace. A designer marble bar offers guests the opportunity to interact with fellow travellers or spend quiet time reading a great novel from the library. Select a fine Cape wine from the extensive hand picked wine collection or relax by the cosy fireplace.
The Inzolo Wellness Suite complements the existing architecture, feel, relaxing ambience and unique interior décor the Manor has become renowned for. Its philosophy has always been to nurture the senses and to promote the rejuvenating, healing energy of Africa in the picturesque setting of Hout Bay.
Indulge yourself with our menu of massage, facials and other pampering therapies in our Inzolo Wellness Suite.
The Hout Bay Manor has redefined the essence of hospitality and is a tribute to old and new - this is unsurpassed luxury living at its best.
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