Our home is purpose built to cater for many needs. We have secure on site parking for each of our guests. Our rooms which consist of single, double, family and wheelchair friendly are all en-suite. Bathrooms have a shower while the family rooms also have a bath. Each room is furnished to a high standard and includes tea/coffee making facilites, DSTV, fan, heater and wireless internet. We have a room that has been equipt for a wheelchair user, with roll in shower, grab rails and all equiptment lowered to the required height. On the ground floor you will find all public areas, the Manor restuarant, 2 conference rooms, reception, bar/lounge and public toilets. There are also 3 bedrooms on the ground floor with all other rooms being on the first floor. The building is designed in a u-shape, so creating an enclosed court yard to the back of the house. Guests can enjoy a drink on the terrace are enjoy the sunset from the room balconies. We are situated in a quiet area which allows our guests to get away from the busy city life.
A'la carte restuarant, conference facilities to cater up to 70, fully licenced bar, free wifi internet.
Beauty Spa which offers guests massages, facials, manicure and pedicures, sauna and jacuzzi.
The Middelburg Country Club is 7 km away from Alveston Manor. Fort Merensky is just under 30 minutes’ away by car and the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve is 45 minutes’ drive away.
In Room Facilities:
DSTV, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Free wifi internet, Hairdryers, Safes, Airconditioning, Non and Smoking Rooms
" Cycad" Hiking Trails
Excellent day and overnight hikes are available through Middelburg's fascinating floral environment. These include the Cycad Bobbejaan (a 9-day hike), Cycad, Cycad Suikerbos and Cycad Tarentaal Trails.
The Middelburg Nature Reserve
Provides shelter to many game species, while many marked trails offer a sight of the beauty of the highveld, including large colonies of cycads.
The nearby expanse of Middelburg Dam offers fine sailing and fishing and plenty of relaxed, sunny weekends for the outdoor types.
Many buildings of this historical village have been restored, including Fort Merensky and The Parsonage, former houses now part of a museum complex, churches, and the old dining hall.
Dutch Reformed Church
Built in 1890, it has served as the focal point for the district ever since. The Nagmaal (Communion) was originally held here by Voortrekkers.
A national monument, dating to 1896. One of the few remaining old stone bridges built by the Transvaal Republic.
On the site of the large former concentration camp is a memorial to the 1 381 women and children who died here during the Anglo-Boer War.
An extension of the Botshabelo museum complex, showing the traditional culture still practised by these hospitable people.
Middelburg bursts with flourishing educational institutions from nursery schools to the Technical College, covering all areas and languages. The town also has cinemas, libraries, international restaurants and sophisticated shops.