About De Hoek Manor
Situated in the historic centre of the university town of Stellenbosch, De Hoek Manor is surrounded by National Heritage buildings and arguably boasts the best address in town. At De Hoek Manor we offer luxury accommodation at great value and pride ourselves in our unrivalled hospitality and friendly yet discreet service.
Cafés, restaurants, cinemas, designer boutiques, museums, curio shops, the Eerste River, Stellenbosch University and Boland College are all within easy walking distance. De Hoek Manor is the ideal base for tourists and corporate executives to enjoy and experience the captivating beauty of Stellenbosch.
De Hoek Manor consists of five luxurious en-suite bedrooms, two conference venues, large verandas and two private courtyards. Our stylishly decorated bedrooms feature views over the oaks, mountains and Stellenbosch’s most iconic landmark, the Dutch Reformed ‘Moederkerk’ (‘Mother Church’).
Superior room (Bath & Shower):
This is a Luxury en-suite room that sleeps two persons. It contains twin beds or a king size bed and a bathroom with a bath and a shower. There is air conditioning, under floor heating, tea / coffee facilities, a fridge, safe and TV.
De Lux Room (Shower):
This Luxury en-suite room sleeps two persons. It contains twin beds or a king size bed and a bathroom with a shower. There is air conditioning, under floor heating, tea / coffee facilities, a fridge, safe and TV. This room has wheelchair access.
Activities & Attractions In The Area
Stellenbosch is South Africa’s second oldest town and it has fondly been called ‘Eikestad’ or city of oaks. Moreover, its streets are home to some of the most beautiful surviving examples of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture in the Cape.
Dorp Street, which happens to be 20 meters walk from De Hoek Manor, has been declared a national monument, so walking around this cosy old part of Stellenbosch, with its secluded lanes, water furrows, cosmopolitan restaurants and coffee bistros, with superb views of the mountains, vineyards and orchards, is an experience not to be missed.
Stellenbosch has a distinctly European feel. Chic clothing boutiques and speciality shops line the streets on every side. For a more distinctly ‘African’ experience, visit a ‘flea market’ where African arts and crafts can be purchased at more affordable prices. And be sure to visit the Oude Libertas Organic Farmers’ Market which is held on Saturdays.