Manor House Restaurant

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Manor House Restaurant at Stanford Valley Guest Farm 
Thurs-Sat open for breakfast, lunch and supper; Sundays open for breakfast and lunch

The Spring menu includes delights like Grilled Kudu Carpaccio with olives, lemon thyme and haloumi, Shoulder of Spring Lamb, and Waterblommetjie Risotto and new Berry and Rose Mess. Enjoy upmarket country cuisine, prepared by renowned chef Madre Malan and her team. The restaurant is complemented by art exhibitions and beautiful views of the Akkedisberg Mountains. Also open for group bookings (minimum 15) any other day of the week. You are welcome to just show up on our doorstep, we’ll always be happy to see you! But to avoid disappointment, call 028 341 0574 or email manorhouse@stanfordvalley.co.za

Open on Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Years’ Eve and New Years Day. While the restaurant will serve breakfast to in-house guests on Christmas morning, the Manor House will be closed for Christmas lunch.


Our address

GPS:
-34.42185012063229, 19.54141616821289
Telephone:
028 341 0574
manorhouse@stanfordvalley.co.za

Opening Hours

Thursday:
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Friday:
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Saturday:
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Sunday:
Breakfast, lunch

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Carrington
2019-08-30 20:06:27
Where is the best place to apart from shouting from the tree tops to congratulate Elsabe Nauta and the whole team led by Elsabe at Stanford Valley for the trouble taken to make our family celebration Of Grandpa Peter Le E’strange’s 80th birthday an absolutely WONDERFUL occasion. Our grandsons were near the Shetland. ponies in their unit with their parents. Our teenage granddaughters were near the horses in the large camp with their parents while us “wrinklies “ had a quiet unit with stunning views. The rambling lawns and a walk to the dam tired the kids enough to behave at a fabulous dinner as a family with no trouble spared by everyone involved to make the occasion as memorable as it turned out to be Thank you from the bottom of our combined hearts for the memory. Ninon Carrington

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