We invite you to one of the earliest homes built in 1937 against the Northcliff hill - in the heart of Egoli - The City of Gold. On arrival you will be overwhelmed by wonderment, calm and beauty as a result of the architecture, luxurious accommodation and lush landscape.
This unique, historical and architectural gem of Northcliff has been restored with passion and respect with the comfort and entertainment of guests in mind.
The Manor House is on a 4 000 square meters stand against north facing Northcliff hill. A Tennis court, sparkling swimming pool, Jacuzzi and summer house are all surrounded by a lush garden with a magnificent view of Northern Johannesburg.
We offer you luxurious Beds, sumptuous Breakfasts, Secure on-site Parking, 24 Hour Security & Fire Places in public areas.
All our rooms have a Mini bar, Hair Dryer, Lock-up Safe, Hospitality Table with Coffee & Tea, Wireless Internet & Satellite TV.
Room 1: Queen size & ¾ bed & on suite bathroom with bath & shower. On suite lounge.
Room 2: Double bed and separate bathroom with bath.
Room 3: Queen size bed & on suite bathroom with shower.
Room 4: Double bed and on suite bathroom with shower.
Luxury Studio: 1x King size bed, lounge, air conditioner & en-suite bathroom with shower.
Single bed can be added.
Own Exterior entrance.
Breakfast is included and dinners can be arranged on request.
This, built as a wedding present for Mrs. Helen Suzman, the anti-apartheid politician, has an ambiance of luxury, warmth & graciousness, furbished with European Antiques and a selection of Colonial Africana furniture & South African Art to do it proud. The beautiful glazed parquet floors are covered with Persians and Iranian Karabagh carpets & Kilims.
The exquisite double and queen size silver and brass beds are from Argentina, France and Britain.
This is the real Africana, Antique Baroque experience.
Nestled against Northcliff Hill the property offers an exquisite 180 degree view of Northern Johannesburg & Magalies Mountains. On a clear day the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria can be distinguished.