Capeblue Manor House is a 4 star guesthouse situated in Lakeside, a suburb of Cape Town, South Africa.
Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac at the foot of the imposing Steenberg Mountain the Manor House, built in 1927, has recently been restored to its original elegance. All eight double rooms with shower and bath en-suite have been stylishly redecorated with luxury and comfort in mind.
Muizenberg Beach is 3km from the Manor and offers much for the visitor to do. A day on the spectacular beach and a train ride to Simon’s Town along the spectacular coastline, stopping off at Kalk Bay or Fish Hoek to wander through the charming antique shops are experiences not to be missed.
Only 20 minutes from the centre of Cape Town, Capeblue Manor House is the perfect base from which the traveler can explore the Mother City, the V&A Waterfront or ride the cable car to the top of the majestic Table Mountain. The Winelands are a stone’s throw away and hosts Michelle and Allen are always on hand with advice and recommendations for the discerning visitor.
For the travelling business person, Capeblue Manor House promises a peaceful retreat at the end of a busy day where one can relax on the terrace by the pool or in the well-appointed guest’s lounge and library area. Children Policy:
Capeblue Manor House unfortunately does not accommodate children under 12 years.
Capeblue Manor House has 8 double en-suite bedrooms with luxury in mind. There are 6 bedrooms upstairs opening onto a large lounge area with TV and a separate library area.
There is one bedroom downstairs near the pool area and the other has a private entrance. All the rooms have full bathrooms with bath and shower. Three of the rooms have sleeper couches to accommodate an extra adult or 2 children (over 12 years old).
There is a honeymoon suite with a 4 poster king size bed.All rooms have TV, heater, safe, complimentary toiletries, tea/coffee making facilities, luggage racks, radio/alarm and percale linen. No smoking allowed in the rooms. (designated smoking areas outside)
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