The spirit of Abbey Manor
With Table Mountain as its anchor and two famed oceans lapping its shores, the city of Cape Town regularly receives international honours. Laid-back, vibrant and cosmopolitan, this sophisticated city serves up a heady mix of the old, the new and the naturally beautiful. Once visitors have ridden the cable car to the top of the Mountain, imbibed the views of the Peninsula from a helicopter, cage dived with sharks, visited the historic Cape Town Castle and the notorious Robben Island, shopped up a storm at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, discovered the art galleries and the art-for-sale on street corners, taken their taste buds on a culinary tour of world-class restaurants and wine estates, or simply relaxed on one of the city’s many beaches, they will realise there are still more experiences to anticipate!
Perched high on the slopes of Table Mountain, Abbey Manor boasts breathtaking views, elegant accommodation and personalised service.
Abbey Manor was built in 1905 and was designed by the architect William Black, who was responsible for a wide range of famous buildings in Cape Town. Individually-decorated suites boast ensuite bathrooms, satellite television, internet and a personal bar. This guesthouse serves delectable gourmet breakfasts and offers guests the opportunity to relax and unwind in either the large heated swimming pool or on the roof top terrace that offers dramatic views.
What we love about Abbey Manor
- Feel like you’ve been swept back in time in the opulent Victorian-styled rooms.
- The food philosophy puts freshness first and ensures that you will start the day with a perfect breakfast experience.
- Perfectly located in the upmarket and tranquil suburb of Oranjezicht overlooking the splendour of Cape Town.
- If you’re looking for sincere, hospitable hosts, Abbey Manor is the right place to be. Hosts Doris and Dirk are there to advise, pamper and take care of all your requirements.