The Duke's Manor
About The Duke's Manor
Like a quiet sentinel, the stately Duke’s Manor Guesthouse holds guard over the undulating greens of Koro Creek Golf Estate, situated in Modimolle, Limpopo.
From the moment that the intricately carved rich dark, double doors opens to reveal the spacious and beautifully decorated foyer, this luxurious guest house pulls at the strings of the heart.
The spacious entrance hall, crowned with elegant crystal chandeliers and marble flooring has a sophisticated, yet warm and welcoming ambience. Intimate conversation areas are created by beautiful Elizabethan antique furniture.
The furniture throughout this grandiose manor was handpicked and carefully placed. Rich in colour and texture, it adorns every room, enhanced by high ceilings, decorated cornices, period apropos gilded framed mirrors and pictures, fine embellishments and ornate light fixtures.
From the entrance hall, a curved staircase embraced by iron-metal balustrades lead you to the upper level with a full-size billiard room, bar, lounge and conference rooms for business meetings.
Each of the six bedrooms is spacious and individually furnished with an array of antiques, glittering chandeliers and fine linen. No effort was spared to ensure the ultimate luxury and comfort in the en-suite bathrooms – from heated towel rails, designer baths, basins, showers and urinals.
All bedrooms are climate controlled with wall fitted with televisions sets. Translucent curtains ensure loads of natural light, whilst heavy brocaded draperies will secure total privacy.
Wrap-around balconies and terraces on both the upper and lower levels offer plenty of opportunities to soak up spectacular views of the golf course.
Golf: Koro Creek Golf Course
Full payment must be received 48 hours prior to arrival. A R 2000 breakage deposit may be charged per person and will be refunded upon checking out in the event of no damages. Check-in must be before 21:00 or alternative arrangements should be made for late check-in.
The Duke's Manor Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling