About Hillcrest Manor
Hillcrest Manor is a graciously restored Victorian style Guest House with old world charm. Full service Guest House offering Bed & Breakfast accommodation, set on the slopes of Table Mountain.
Hillcrest Manor is a gracious Victorian style home which has been carefully restored to its original splendour and charm. It overlooks the Cape Town city bowl and is situated in a quiet street only minutes away from the city centre, V&A Waterfront and lovely beaches.
Accommodation consists of six large, comfortable, en-suite bedrooms, each with television and M-Net, ceiling fan, heater, tea and coffee making facilities.
First Floor Bedroom:
This bedroom overlooks the pool and is decorated using muted tones which complement the beautiful wooden strip floors.
Second Floor Bedroom 1:
This bedroom has spectacular views of Table Mountain and the city bowl. An adjacent wooden balcony is a must for sundowners and teas.
Second Floor Bedroom 2:
This bedroom is large, light and airy. Its comfortable proportions remind the visitor of the splendour of the Victorian age when homes were built for maximum comfort.
Second Floor Bedroom 3:
This charming bedroom has a quaint Victorian bathroom en-suite. The upstairs balcony is a few paces away and offers spectacular views of the mountain and city bowl.
A country style breakfast is served at the guesthouse, while other meals can be enjoyed at a variety of nearby restaurants. About 50 metres from Hillcrest Manor is a quaint sidewalk delicatessen (The Daily Deli) serving delicious, light, home-made meals and pastries, all of which are available as take-aways.
The guesthouse has common dining and lounge areas, as well as a private swimming pool and deck overlooking the city and mountain. A shuttle service to and from the airport is available.
Your host Gerhard is a registered tour guide and can take visitors on a selection of one to four day trips, in his air-conditioned minibus. Tailor-made tours can be customised to suit different tastes. All tours take place throughout the year, including winter, when temperatures are often warmer than the European summer.