124 CAMP GROUND RD | RONDEBOSCH | NEWLANDS | CAPE TOWN | SOUTH AFRICA | TEL 1: 021 686 9752 | TEL 2: 021 686 9758









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Rondebosch Manor warms the atmosphere by including modern yet homely facilities to be enjoyed by all guests...

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Newlands Rugby
Newlands Cricket

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Welcome to Rondebosch Manor

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Rondebosch Manor is an accommodation service provider with a flexible range of room types and room rates, while maintaining high standards over the last 7 years. It is conveniently situated in one of Cape Town’s most historic Suburbs. Located within easy access to major roads and freeways, it is the perfect base from which to explore Cape Town and its surrounds: Table Mountain, the City Centre and V&A Waterfront are just 10 minutes drive away, and reaching Cape Town International Airport takes only 15 minutes. For designer shopping, the exclusive Cavendish Square Shopping Centre is within easy walking distance and offers a superior choice of entertainment, restaurants, shops and retail outlets.

Major visitor attractions such as Cape Point, Camps Bay and various wine routes are within easy access. We have an outstanding knowledge of what is on offer for the discerning visitor and our concierge will gladly help to arrange guided tours with local operators. Airport transfers and shuttle services are available on request.

The leafy Rondebosch area of Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs has numerous walking routes and parks where weekend markets sell local arts, crafts and produce. For golf aficionados, the 18-hole course at the Rondebosch Golf Club, with its magnificent views of Devil’s Peak and Table Mountain, is a favourite with local and foreign visitors. The renowned Newlands rugby and cricket grounds are only 500 metres from the Manor.


Rondebosch is one of the first Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and is bordered by the suburbs of Newlands, Rosebank, Claremont, Rondebosch East, and the slopes of Devil's Peak. It is primarily an up-market residential suburb, with a medium sized shopping area and a small business district. It is best known for its excellent schools and for the University of Cape Town.  The main campus of the University of Cape Town, which is nestled beneath the slopes of Devil's Peak, is one of the country's top universities. The historic Groote Schuur estate located in Rondebosch includes both presidential and ministerial residences and have Cape Dutch origins. 

The centre of
Rondebosch is the Main Road, with the Victorian cast iron Rondebosch Fountain being a historic landmark. The area is currently being revitalised as 'Rondebosch Village'. Historic buildings in the area include the library (formerly the town hall) and St Paul's Church which was designed by Charles Michell. The home of Simon van der Stel, first governor of the Cape Colony, is now part of Rustenburg Junior School. This building dates back to the 17th century, although it has undergone many alterations over the years. Its summer house, dating from 1760, remains as a monument just below the university. Rondebosch Common, once a military camp ground, is declared a national monument and is also an important fynbos conservation area. The Baxter Theatre in Rondebosch is Cape Town's second biggest theatre complex, after the Artscape Theatre Centre in the city centre.

Newlands is an up-market suburb of Cape Town, South Africa. It is located at the foot of table mountain in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. It is home to numerous schools as well as the Newlands Forest. Newlands is known as Cape Town 's "green" suburb because of it's lush surroundings. Newlands is the home of Newlands Rugby Stadium - venue of the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup in 1995, and Newlands Cricket Stadium - venue of the opening ceremony of the Cricket World Cup in 2003. Newlands is also home to the Montebello Design Centre which has a craft shop, sculpture garden, studios, a restaurant and the first contemporary Bushman (San) Gallery. Newlands is also home to many well established Corporate offices. Perhaps the most famous is the SAB Miller (Newlands) offices. However it is the Finance and Accounting sectors which are most strongly represented, with many Banks, Asset Management Companies and Auditing Firms having their offices in Newlands.


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