About Prinshof Manor
Against the slopes of the Magalies Mountain nestles a serene haven, Prinshof Manor. From the moment you enter the gates, you will be aware of the tranquility and peace radiated by the green lawn, shady trees and abundant bird life.
The impressive buildings and iconic Prinshof Bridge, creates a feeling of stability and security. Prinshof Manor offers you accommodation fit for royalty, venues to host your cosy intimate functions as well as bigger black tie events.
To all corporates, come enjoy the Prinshof conference facilities, where with dedicated service we proudly will assist with your catering, audio and visual needs. Our conference venues can accommodate up to 120 delegates, depending on seat layout.
Wedding Venues: Prinshof Manor offers a variety of venues of which you can choose to host your wedding ceremony.
Conference Venues: The quiet surroundings of our establishment offers the ideal backdrop for conferences and meetings. Three conferencing facilities are available.
Guests are required to sign a Terms and Conditions form at reception.
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