Think of Old Oak Manor as your "home away from home." The manor encapsulates a French Provencal style, which is apparent the moment you step inside. The ambiance is warm and inviting, staff friendly and accommodating.
Old Oak Manor has four en suite bedrooms - Tara, Julius, Misty, and Felix - named after the owners’ beloved cats whom you may happen to come across during your stay. The two bigger rooms are located at the back of the manor and open onto a patio leading out to the swimming pool. These two bedrooms feature a double bed and a free-standing Victorian bath and shower. These larger rooms are Tara and Julius, named after the two larger cats in the family.
The other two rooms, named after the sleek cats, Felix and Misty, are located to the side and front of the manor. These bedrooms also have double beds and have an en suite bathroom with a shower. All rooms have wall heaters for chilly nights.
A cozy lounge provides a comfortable retreat while relaxing with a book and a good glass of wine. A wood-burning stove provides heat for the cold winter days. The bedrooms open into a dining room that has tea and coffee facilities with an honesty bar and wine fridge. Internet and email facilities are available on request.
Things to do in Riebeek-Kasteel:
If you love olives and wine, you’re in for a treat. Riebeek-Kasteel is known for producing good wine and the tastiest olives. Enjoy a day of olive or wine tasting (or both) at Het Vlock Kasteel, Kloovenburg Wine and Olive Estate, Olive Boutique and Riebeek Cellars.
For chocolate lovers, go chocolate tasting at Le Petit Chocolat!
Stop at A La Maison for home decor, trinkets, clothing and vintage items. For those looking for bath goodies, head to Still Pure for bath oils, bath salts, soaps and more.
Riebeek-Kasteel is nearby Mooreesburg, Riebeek Wes, Malmesbury, Tulbagh, and Darling. If you want to spend some time at the sea, Yzerfontein is an hour’s drive away.
To get in touch, please call: 022 448 1170 / 076 608 4884 OR
email: [email protected]
7 Kerk Straat (R311)
Riebeek-Kasteel is a relatively short drive from Cape Town. It is recommended that you take the N7 from Cape Town to Malmesbury and then the R45/R46 to Riebeek-Kasteel.