De Hoek Manor | Stellenbosch Guest House
De Hoek Manor is a guest house situated in the heart of the historic center of Stellenbosch, on the corner of Church Street and Drostdy Street.
Explore museums, bars, bistros and restaurants, all conveniently within a 100 meter radius from the guest house. Stellenbosch is a food and wine lover’s dream. The restaurants in Stellenbosch serve wholesome food ranging from traditional South African fare at the Fat Butcher to Italian delicacies at Decameron.
The second oldest church in South Africa, affectionately called the Moederkerk (‘Mother Church’), is directly across the street. And if you need even more inspiration than this iconic landmark can offer, be sure to visit the Stellenbosch Wine Routes information center next door.
De Hoek Manor features 4 spacious and luxuriously appointed en-suite rooms. We use only the highest quality hotel-grade mattresses, crisp white linen and cosy down duvets. And yes, even though the building itself might be old, the renovated interiors exude luxury, tradition and quality. All rooms feature complimentary WiFi and airconditioning. Off-street parking can also be arranged upon request.
We look forward to welcoming you to De Hoek Manor where you can expect a warm welcome, exceptional service and a sense of belonging.
De Hoek Manor
De Hoek Manor provides a traditional guest house experience and is ideal for guests who value old-world charm. The property features 4 en-suite rooms and can accommodate up to 8 guests. All rooms are en-suite and feature free WiFi and airconditioning. The property also offers a communal lounge for guests to enjoy.
Guests are welcome to enjoy a complimentary traditional South African breakfast. Although we don’t serve dinners, there are several top-tier restaurants are located on the same block and across the street, so there are incredible restaurants and bistros to choose from.
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De Hoek Manor is situated in the very heart of the historic center of Stellenbosch, directly opposite the iconic Dutch Reformed Moederkerk (translated, ‘Mother Church’), on the corner of Church Street and Drostdy Street. Besides the museums next door, this neighbourhood is also famous for its fantastic restaurants, coffee shops and wine boutiques.
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