Gracious, spacious and quietly gorgeous is the simplest way to describe this magnificent guesthouse in the exclusive suburb of Sandhurst in Sandton, Johannesburg.
Elizabeth Manor Guest House Sandton is extremely centrally located, (3 minutes from Sandton CBD) yet, the atmosphere is so secluded, you could well be in the country side.
Elizabeth Manor also offers superb conferencing and meeting facilities for up to 16 people.Restaurant:
Our awesome breakfast is served in the main dining room or on a beautiful day, outside on the pool deck.
Breakfast served from 7:00 hours to 9:00 hours
Dinner is arranged on request.
We can arrange a shuttle service to our affiliated restaurant, 2Thai4 in Corlett drive, where you can enjoy the cuisine of Thailand at a special discounted rate, really worth the trip.Attractions:
Sandhurst lies on the north western slope of the city and has beautiful views toward the Magaliesberg and is just minutes from all the excitement in this part of Johannesburg - Sandton City, Hyde Park shopping, the Inanda Club, Wanderers Cricket Club, and leading private schools in the area.
Elizabeth Manor offers beautifully appointed en suite bedrooms. Each has a television, aircon, a private telephone, mini bar fridge and a coffee and tea station. Bedrooms have either King size or twin beds in them and have fully-equipped en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower.
In addition, Elizabeth Manor has twin rooms with small kitchenettes, underfloor heating, aircon and lovely large bathrooms with corner baths and showers. This spacious area with large windows providing views of the garden and has their own entrance and parking.
Our self catering units are ideal for longer stay guests. Equipped with a full kitchen, small lounge, bedroom and bathroom, they are ideally suited for corporate working in Sandton on a contract basis or for guests who prefer to prepare their own food.
Elizabeth Manor Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
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I indeed liked that place, nice place and .... like a home....
Rating: Reviewed by pavel ANDRLE on 1 May 2016