About Morton Manor
Morton Manor is a unique property in Somerset West. The Manor House is Georgian in style, and was built in 1948 by the well-known British author, travel writer and journalist, HV Morton who became famous when he, as a 23 year old journalist, went to the opening of Tutankhamen.
The property is located on the slopes of Schapenberg and enjoys views of the Hottentots Holland Mountains and Helderberg Basin as far as Table Mountain and the False Bay coastline.
This historic home is surrounded by vineyards and orchards and forms part of the Golden Triangle, a triad of renowned wine estates including Vergelegen, Morgenster and Lourensford. The entire property is approximately 19 hectares in extent, and the house offers around 1000m² in floor space, and is designed to maximise the views throughout.
The house can be used for film shoots.
Self Catering Accommodation
The accommodation offered is a fully-equipped apartment (100m²) which is self-catering and offers the following: wardrobe / closet, we offer a Queen size bed, bathroom with shower only, private balcony with patio furniture and umbrella and magnificent views of the pool, garden, mountain and city views, and False Bay.
The kitchenette is fully equipped with a microwave, bar fridge, kitchenware, stove top, kettle, toaster, cleaning materials etc. The living area has a seating area with two sofas, desk, and dining area. There is a large flat-screen TV with DStv and free Wi-Fi and internet.
Guests have use of the garden, terrace, sun terrace, Italian garden and outdoor furniture. There is secure private parking on site and a daily maid service (free), laundry and ironing is available (extra).
Designated smoking area
Tile / marble floor
Hardwood / parquet floors
Bath and beach towels
Area information booklet
6km from Helderberg Golf Club
3km from Erinvale Golf Club
1km from the Vergelegen Medi-Clinic
2km from Waterkloof Restaurant
15 minutes from Stellenbosch
30 minutes to the centre of Cape Town
20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport