The guest house has a warm, relaxed feel with a sense of history, and our intimate pub/lounge with open fire-place will be your favoured retreat on cold winter evenings.
The Manor Guest House caters for special occasions and also has small-group conference facilities.
Enjoy the good weather by relaxing at the poolside and gazebo.
There is ample off-street parking, with some undercover parking.
You can sleep at ease, knowing that our resident nightwatchman will be patrolling the property.
The country town of Lydenburg on the Escarpment at the start of the Panorama Route, has much to offer, including: trout fishing, bird watching, nature reserves, hiking and sports such as golf, bowls and squash.
For a more leisurely outing, there are several fine restaurants as well as Museums and Historical monuments. The area is malaria-free.
In Room Facilities:
The Manor Guest House offers a variety of accommodation options.
All the rooms are en-suite, having seperate garden entrances. All have a TV with M-Net and limited Satellite TV as well as Wi-fi.
Four comfortable double rooms with shower.
Eight deluxe double rooms with bath and shower.
One deluxe family suite which sleeps five.
Three luxury suites with bath and shower, open fire-place and refined decor.
Lydenburg is centrally situated en-route to ...
The quaint fishing village of Dullstroom,
The breath-taking Long Tom Pass,
The beautiful waterfalls and forestry town of Sabie,
The historical gold-mining town of Pilgrims Rest,
The magnificent view from God's Window over the Lowveld.
... and is only one and a half hours drive to the world renowned Big Five at the Kruger National Park.