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Posted on: Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Kick Back And Relax At Kearsney Manor

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Kearsney Manor is a gorgeous old English mansion, built on an old sugar estate during the 1800’s. Located on the Dolphin Coast, this heritage site is steeped in history and is a magnificent colonial estate that is beautiful inside and out. The tranquil surroundings and stunning grounds are an ideal spot for a lovely wedding and reception. There is also a charming stone church on the property where you can have the ceremony. If you are on business, then take advantage of the excellent conference facilities available with plenty of veranda space and comfy lounges for your breaks in the day. This is the perfect place to come for a quiet retreat where you can enjoy total relaxation in absolute luxury.


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Decorated in colonial English style to suit the property, there are 18 exquisite rooms to choose from. The luxury en-suite rooms and the Presidential suites are extremely spacious with a seating area and comfortable king size beds.  There are a number of spots to relax while here, if not outside, then why not get settled in the pub lounge that has a large TV, in the quieter reading lounge for a bit of privacy or curl up by the original and ever so magnificent Royal Dalton fireplace. Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast on the veranda with spectacular views of the pretty gardens and surrounding countryside.  Chill out in the afternoon by the crystal clear swimming pool and soak up the sun. The children will love it here and will be entertained exploring the gardens and playing outside.


Kearsney Manor


Kearsney Manor


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To make a booking or for further details telephone Guinevere Hobden on +27 (0)32 552-8100
If you’d like to see more photographs and information visit their listing on SA-Venues.com at Kearsney Manor

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Michelle Rawlinson


Michelle has a huge love for all things aquatic, particularly marine life. Her main passion lies with Great White Sharks, although she is interested in all marine species and their well-being. She volunteers at the Two Oceans Aquarium in her spare time and would spend all her time by the sea or surrounded by nature if possible. After spending 7 years in the United Kingdom, she has returned back home to Cape Town to be nearer to her family and to her ‘favourite place in the world’. She enjoys camping, fishing, watching rugby and going out with her friends and family to try out new restaurants and bars.

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