Sanbona Tilney Manor

Home to some of Africa's most famous wildlife, including the Big 5, malaria free Sanbona Wildlife Reserve holds the promise of a unique and exciting safari experience. Explore the 54,000 hectares of seemingly endless plains and embrace the raw and beautiful landscape. One of the largest privately owned reserves in South Africa, Sanbona is only a 3 hour drive outside of Cape Town and one of the best wildlife destinations the Western Cape has to offer. To experience the many delights of the reserve Tilney Manor is the perfect place to stay.

The Manor house is beautifully appointed and very spacious. Divided into 3 separate sections, the property offers 6 luxurious and air conditioned suites all of which are open plan and very comfortable. Stay cosy in front of the fireplace, keep your personal documents safe with an electronic safe and enjoy a morning cup of tea or coffee. All suites feature elegant en-suite bathrooms with a charming free-standing bath, a shower and twin wash hand basins, guests can also expect his and hers outdoor showers. Step out onto the private veranda of each suite and enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the reserve and dramatic mountain scenery; the perfect way to appreciate the surrounding natural beauty. The Manor's well-appointed facilities extend beyond the confines of the suites with a rim-flow pool, lounge, relaxation retreat and WiFi also provided.

Getting There

3 hours from Cape Town.

Activities

Discover San rock art, enjoy game drives, nature walks, birding, the relaxation retreat and excellent stargazing.

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Ann and Alan Clark

Tilley Manor was of the highest standard, the room was luxurious, the staff very attentive and the game drives exhausting but fabulous. We would recommend Sanbona with hesitation or reservation

21/01/2015 Read full trip review

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