About Magnificat Uitenhage Boutique Hotel
Magnificat Hotel is a 4 Star hotel located in Uitengage in South Africa that was officially opened to the public on 1 January 2007. The state of the art hotel’s natural finishes complement its setting, overlooking the beautiful tourist attraction scenes.
It is an ideal meeting hub and reflects the unique culture of Southern Africa. Works of art and antiques of famous artists can be found throughout the hotel. The hotel offers great bed and breakfast as well as an informal socializing venue and an eye opener in experiencing South African sun break dishes.
The hotel caters for both the discerning business and leisure traveller, and there are a lot of various opportunities and options available to suit all guests' needs. Magnificat's management team and staff are always reaching out to provide exceptional service, ensuring that every guest has a relaxing and a memorable stay.
Known as the Garden Town, Uitenhage was originally a farming community on the banks of the Swartkops River. This has today grown into a thriving commercial and industrial area without losing its picturesque charm. It is situated only 30 km from the coast. The town was founded in 1804 and is named after Commissioner General J.A. Uitenhage de Mist.
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Things to do in and around Uitenhage
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Located about 8 km out of Uitenhage is the Groendal Wilderness Area, which features many lovely walking trails. The Blindekloof Trail is 16 km long, which will take about 4 hours to complete. An easy day’s walk, the trail starts from the office...
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The Drostdy Museum forms part of the Uitenhage Museum, as does the Cuyler Manor Museum and the Old Railway Station Museum. The Drostdy Africana Museum focuses on the development of the city and how it grew through the introduction of industries...
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The AutoPavilion, place of cars and legends, first opened its doors in 2004. This modern, state-of-the art heritage centre replaced the existing museum that housed Volkswagen SA's old vehicles. The multi-million Rand attraction is unique as it is...
(6.6 km from Uitenhage)
The Cuyler Manor was built as a homestead for General Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage from 1806 to 1827. This typical Cape Dutch house has been lovingly restored and furnished, and functions as a living museum. Demonstrations of...