The Manor House was built in 1795 and is a national monument. Set on the slopes of the Hottentots Holland mountain above Sir Lowry’s Pass Village, on the Helderberg Wine Route around Somerset West this imposing hostorical complex invites you to stay over, have a conference or wedding, or visit us for breakfast.
The Manor House at Knorhoek Estate, together with the Old Mill House adjacent to it, dates from 1795 and has been declared national monuments. It was one of the first farms allocated to the vrijburgers in the area by the Dutch East India Company. Read more...
We at the Manor House at Knorhoek Estate believe that we should give back. We support various, such as the annual Art Auction and Risk a Blister for a Sister run/walk in aid of the Somerset Night Shelter, as well as the Paul Steyn Foundation with a great event later this year.
See our Events page for upcoming charity events.