Bradgate Manor House
Bradgate Manor is a historically rich guesthouse in the heart of the Cape winelands, offering you much more than just a bed to sleep in.
Bradgate Manor House was named after Bradgate House, the home of Lady Jane Grey, who ruled England in 1153.
The house is a superb example of a Victorian styled home in the colonial period, comprising of only the best materials and skills that were obtainable within the British Empire. As such the windows and doors are all made of imported Burmese Teak and the floors and magnificent ceilings are of imported Oregon Pine.
Bradgate Manor comprises of many attributes to make the most discerning traveler at ease. Your home away from home.
Breakfast at Bradgate is a hospitable affair with guests joining in at the big table in the sunny breakfast room to enjoy a true country style meal or your own dietary requirements.