Alchemy Waverley Manor
About Alchemy Waverley Manor
Alchemy Waverley Manor is situated in the upmarket suburb of Dan Pienaar, and with its 4 Star rating, offers top-class accommodation to the discerning corporate and leisure traveller. Guests are welcomed to the tranquil beauty of the garden and the chic contemporary interior in true Bloemfontein style, which to us means warmth, hospitality, and a friendly smile.
At Alchemy Waverley Manor, your every need is catered for from the impeccably kept rooms and fine bed linen, to delicious home-cooked breakfasts. We invite you to relax in the quiet luxury of the elegant lounge or unwind around the swimming pool in summer. On a cold Free State winter’s night, enjoy a glass of sherry in front of the fireplace.
The rooms all offer private entrances and en-suite bathrooms, and have been tastefully decorated to provide a relaxing haven after a hectic day. The luxurious rooms with air-conditioning, M-Net and DStv each open onto a wooden deck and the lush garden.
Alchemy Waverley Manor also offers two self-catering units, each comfortably decorated with gleaming antique furniture. The units are well-appointed and include all the facilities needed for you to enjoy a self-catering holiday in style.
Dinner and breakfast is available on request at an additional cost.
For corporate clients, conference facilities are available, seating a maximum of 25 delegates. Secure parking is also available for all our guests.
Our stylish establishment is well located close to Preller Square, which offers a variety of coffee shops, restaurants, and other stores. It is also a short drive away from the city’s shopping malls and sports facilities.
At Alchemy Waverley Manor, we are committed to the highest standards of service delivery. Your comfort is our priority and we will do our utmost to ensure you have an unforgettable stay. So whatever brings you to the City of Roses, we look forward to welcoming you and making your visit a memorable one.
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