Dutch Manor antique hotel

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In a highly competitive world of globalisation it has become increasingly difficult to find something truly selective especially in terms of accommodation.Dutch Manor offers an unrivalled alternative, celebrating calming effects of living in memories dating back to the 18th century. Built in 1812 this unique antique hotel is an distinctive landmark nestled comfortably in the Bo-Kaap.The statuesque exterior sets the tone for the rest of the interior, which allows for an inspiring welcoming space. Dressed in Cape vernacular furniture dating from the 1700’s Dutch Manor offers an uncompromising stance on quality. Detailed is sympathetically extended to the finest silver and lace finishes. The hotel is rich in heritage and decorated with unique antique furniture.We are perfectly located for convenience of shopping, dining and activities like the Hop on Hop off site seeing bus for an orientation of the city, jewellery stores and restaurants, Long Street and Loop Street nightlife will keep you night owls occupied. Being situated at the foot of Bo-Kaap also known as the Cape Malay Quarters, we share the traditions and heritage of the same past.Spend precious time with us. We’re prepared to extend our services to planning your activities and stay with us.

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  • 158 Buitenchracht Street
  • Cape Town
  • 8001

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