Tilney Manor Sanbona Private Game Reserve - ARS005

Tilney Manor is an intimate at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountain Range offering luxury accommodation and a big five wilderness experience with an atmosphere of stillness.

6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12

Pool - Yes
Restaurant - Meals All Included

Big Five Reserve
3 Hours from Cape Town
Malaria Free
Wilderness Experience
Free roaming white lions

The manor hosts six Cape Georgian style suites, sleeping a total of 12 people. The rooms are spacious with a lounge, air conditioning, television with DSTV, direct dialling phones, private mini bar and fireplace. The en suite bathrooms have twin basins with a centre bath and outdoor his and her showers. Relax outside on your private patio enjoying the tranquillity of the reserve.

Other facilities at the lodge include a rim-flow swimming pool and wellness centre with two therapy rooms, steam room, and sauna. There is also a lounge with a fire place and television with satellite channels, as well as indoor and outdoor dining facilities. WiFi is available throughout.

The Sanbona Wildlife Reserve was the original home of the San people, and boasts 54 000 hectares of rolling mountains and plains, indigenous flora and flora as well as incredible rock formations and Bushman rock art. The expanse of the reserve creates a feeling of being completely 'away from it all' and is one of the largest privately-owned reserves in South Africa. Because of the surrounding natural environment and wildlife, including the only free, self-sustaining White Lions in the world, activities at Tilney Manor are centred around nature walks and game viewing. Guests can enjoy game drives, nature walks, bird watching, boating safaris and cultural tours.

Located an easy 3-hour drive from Cape Town, along the scenic Route 62 (longest wine route in the world) a stay at Tilney Manor is easily included in any holiday exploring the Garden Route or even as a breakaway from a long stay in Cape Town. Speak to us to find out how you can include it into your South African holiday.