Situated in the upmarket suburb of Warmer in Port Elizabeth along the Eastern Cape’s sunshine coast is the colonial charm of Hacklewood Hill Country House. This classically-styled double-story country house lies within secure generous gardens in this peaceful suburban neighbourhood. One of the few remaining Victorian Manor houses in Port Elizabeth, Hacklewood Hill offers eight spacious bedrooms in classic country house tradition. Furnished with antiques, fine fabrics and beautiful paintings the rooms offer privacy and comfort.
Each room features a large en-suite bathroom with a separate bath and shower, heated towel rails, bathrobes and candlesticks; fine percale linen, hairdryer, air-conditioning, minibar (on request), select satellite channels and tea and coffee facilities.
The Restaurant, a highlight at one of the few remaining Victorian manor houses in Port Elizabeth. This understated country house, built in 1898, has put Port Elizabeth on the culinary map. Hacklewood Hill Country House has earned a reputation for its traditional english gardens, opulent interiors, silver service and excellent food. The beautifully appointed Restaurant with it’s breathtaking brass candelabra, offers exceptional full English breakfasts, delectable light lunches and exquisite evening meals where guests are invited to select a vintage wine from the authentic wine cellar to compliment their meal.
Victorian elegance carries through the central areas of the house that include a lounge bar for teas, sundowners or cocktails, a restaurant, wine cellar, smoking lounge, verandah, a salt water swimming pool with private lounging areas, a tennis court and secure off-street parking. Hacklewood is conveniently located to take advantage of a day safari at one of the Eastern Cape’s Game Reserves (one hour drive) or local beaches and entertainment complexes.