Bosjes Manor House and Guest Suites
Commercial and Industrial Architecture
Client: Farmprops 53
Built in 1790, it is believed to be one of the first farm houses in the Breederiver Valley. All the obtrusive structures that did not form part of the original design were removed and the Manor House was restored to its full former splendour. Additional accommodation was respectfully extended as an annex to the back of the house, completing the H-plan form. The ‘voorkamer’ was restored and is now utilised for dining or small day conferences. The old wine cellar and sheds were transformed into a convivial homely experience for guests.
Photo Credits: Adam Letch