In the heart of Cape Town, seven uniquely designed suites set the bar for contemporary luxury. From the imperial indulgence of the Versailles suite to the adventure-inspired Explorer room, MannaBay is synonymous with timeless elegance and modern luxury.
In the heart of Cape Town, seven uniquely designed suites set the bar for contemporary luxury. From the imperial indulgence of the Versailles suite to the adventure-inspired Explorer room, MannaBay is synonymous with timeless elegance and modern luxury. The space and views are unsurpassed and with just seven suites, MannaBay offers one of the most intimate experiences available in the fairest Cape. MannaBay is situated in a safe and affluent neighbourhood and has a state-of-the-art 24hour security system as well as a secure garage with direct access to the guesthouse.
- Reduces the impact that their operations have on the environment.
- MannaBay serves a sumptuous high tea for guests from 16h00 until 17h00 daily.
- Private and personalised dining in the Wine Cellar.
- Sunny patio looking over the Atlantic Ocean.
Guests might delight in roaming the enormous ante-rooms and ornate lounges before catching a few rays on the vast wooden sun deck or swimming beneath the splendour of Table Mountain as the bright, African sunlight pings off the azure water. There is a library rippling with African travel literature and home to an enormous television, ideal for catching a game of sport or watching a DVD. There’s also a writing desk and a laptop with full internet access for those who need to catch up with the outside world. A wine connoisseur or someone just starting out, wine tasting evenings are events held where guests will get to learn about and taste some of SA's finest varietals. Tours to Cape Point, Hermanus, Robben Island and the Winelands are all easily arranged and nearby.
After afternoon tea (or even before for that matter), why not take a G&T in the lounge bar as the sun slips into the Atlantic beyond the glittering cityscape or unwind among the fine percale cottons of a four-poster King?