The hotel is a sanctuary for the soul, set on 1.6 hectares of lush green nature reserve. With a mountain meditation pool, thickets of trees, waterfalls and streams, it is a peaceful paradise, where meditative moments are waiting to be had. The air-conditioned estate has features such as a lobby with 24-hour check-out service, a hotel safe, Internet access, a laundry service and a fine dining restaurant. Those arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the car park and guests may hire bicycles onsite. There are 15 guest rooms available.The reception staff will meet guests upon arrival within the Manor House, ensuring a smooth check-in and staff are available at reception from 7 am until 11 pm every day. The concierge will assist guests with all of their tourism needs, bookings and information. Rooms are serviced daily and there is a fresh linen change every second day. Guest's personal laundry can be done and there are laundry bags and price lists provided in the rooms. Security at the hotel is monitored by a professional team, 24 hours a day, for that extra peace of mind. Hiking and birding guides are available in the library to assist guests in recognising all the flora and fauna in the area.Guests have a choice of accommodation options from the elegant Earls Dyke Manor, the contemporary Deck House or The Villa, elegant, yet opulent, and superbly comfortable. The Manor is a place to sink into and savour, or guests may opt for the natural beauty that surrounds The Deck House and The Villa, where trees and mountains give guests a perfect excuse to indulge themselves for longer. The en suite bathrooms are fitted with a shower, bathtub and hairdryer. All accommodation units are equipped with king-size beds, satellite/cable TV, a safe, tea and coffee making facilities and air conditioning.
Arriving from Cape Town International Airport: Exit the airport in the direction of the N2 Cape Town, and as guests approach the city, follow signs for N2 City, Foreshore, Sea Point. Follow the N2 Stad/City signs until arriving at a large intersection with several sets of traffic lights (Coen Steytler Avenue). The CTICC is on the left-hand side (+- 22 km) and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront on the right-hand side. Proceed straight ahead along this road (M62) following the Table Mountain Cable Way/Camps Bay signs. The road follows a steep and winding ascent to the top of the hill (Kloof Nek). Without turning towards the Cable Way, descend straight into Camps Bay. Take the second road to the right, Geneva Drive, and follow its winding descent. Turn right into the 5th road, Sedgemoor Road, and straight over a stop street (Berkley Road). Chilworth Road is the very next road to the right. Turn right here and the hotel is 100 m down the road on the left-hand side.