The Manor at Samara is for the exclusive use of up to 8 guests
in ultimate luxury and total privacy with every whim being anticipated
by friendly but unobtrusive staff.
Mark and Sarah Tompkins built the Manor on the site of an old
house with title deeds dating back to Lord Charles Somerset.
The Manor House is available for rental when the Tompkins family
are not in residence.
You will arrive at this historic homestead and upon entering,
breathtaking views of this extraordinary Karoo mountain landscape
will unfold over a 21m infinity pool which descends into a waterhole
at which game can be present in the early morning and late afternoon.
The Manor is unique in its warm design which reflects the local
landscape and traditions whilst retaining a lovely light twist.
The style of the Manor is the inspiration of well known South
African designer, John Zwiegelaar of John Jacob Interiors.
Relax in four spacious luxury air-conditioned suites. Beds
are made up with the softest linen that lulls you to sleep and
all suites have large en-suite bathrooms with separate showers
and free standing baths.
Unwind in the large comfortable lounge where a crackling fire
burns in the winter months and the large glass doors to the
patio are cast wide open in the summer. Take time to read an
interesting book from the library in the cosy reading nooks.
Dining experiences include boma, veranda, dining-room and breakfast
room as well as various bush dining experiences.
Services include a personal ranger, chef and butler.