The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most breathtakingly impressive sights to behold in Africa. Eighteen kilometers in diameter, the crater is a caldera formed at a time of volcanic eruption, and now home to an abundance of wildlife. Whether standing on the lip or driving through the grassy-plains of plentiful game inside, Ngorongoro Crater is magnificent from any angle. The rim of the crater is a lush, dewy mountain forest, met by leafy green coffee plantations sweeping up the slopes.
The Manor is nestled into one of these coffee plantations, very close to the entrance to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, allowing unhindred access to a day spent exploring this natural wonder. With its luxurious cottage suites and magnificent Manor House, your stay here will be a lavish experience fusing impeccable East African safari hospitality with old world opulence.
For those looking to relax, The Manor has a full spa, and an inviting swimming pool. For those looking to be more active, there is a stable of horses and ponies suitable for most levels by which to explore the surrounding coffee plantations and countryside. Guests can also take a tour of the working coffee estate to learn more about the world's most famous morning beverage, or hire a mountain bike to explore the surrounding gardens and coffee estate at leisure. And there is not a better way to end your day here other than enjoying an incomparable dinner in The Manor's restaurant followed by a deeply restful night in a cottage that has been designed with your comfort solely in mind.
Each Manor Cottage Suite has its own private entrance and adjoining private sun terrace. A double open-front log-burning fireplace divides a room interior that mirrors the traditional Cape Dutch architecture. The en-suite bathroom has a Victorian-style claw-footed bath, as well as twin vanity basins and large 'rainfall' shower.
The Stable Cottage has 3 guest bedrooms with 3 bathrooms. An expansive living area incorporates a lounge area, TV room and dining room. Guests can dine privately in the accommodation, and be thoroughly immersed in the enjoyment of those all too rare family holidays.
Full Board Package: Ngorongoro Conservation Area fees; all meals; soft drinks, beer, house wine, and selected spirits (excluding champagne, exclusive cellar wines, cognacs and single malt whiskeys); and a laundry service are included. Game drives are taken with your private driver-guide.
Game Package: Ngorongoro Conservation Area fees; all meals; soft drinks, beer, house wine, and selected spirits (excluding champagne, exclusive cellar wines, cognacs and single malt whiskeys); a laundry service; transfers from/to Manyara Airstrip to The Manor at Ngorongoro; and safari activities including shared game drives with a Manor guide in Ngorongoro Crater or Lake Manyara; a bush hamper lunch and sundowners are included.
Children of any age are welcome. Rates available on request.
All of the holidays we prepare are tailor-made, but this might give you an idea of how The Manor at Ngorongoro can be included in you own dream holiday.
Luxury Tanzania Safari and Beach Holiday
Arusha Coffee Lodge
Tarangire National Park
The Manor at Ngorongoro
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Serengeti Migration Camp
This 12 night itinerary is ideal for anyone travelling between July and October. You will enjoy an adventure to Tanzania's magnificent landscapes, iconic Parks and game-rich conservancies where you will encounter the migrating wildebeest and zebra in their millions. Staying at a selection of elite properties, you will enjoy the comforts of personalised service, luxurious accommodations and an authentic African safari experience, all the while being transported in supreme comfort aboard a 9 seater Executive class light aircraft caravan.
This is a 12 night itinerary including Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, The Serengeti and Zanzibar.
*Prices are per person and are based on today's exchange rates. Exchange rates are subject to change and are updated daily.
Prices exclude international flights - ask us if you would like to include these.
The Manor at Ngorongoro Location.
General Information For Guests
Each of the Manor Cottage Suites has its own private entrance, and adjoining private sun terrace. A double open-fronted log-burning fireplace divides a room interior that mirrors the traditional Cape Dutch architecture. The en-suite bath and shower room possesses a Victorian-style claw-footed bath, as well as twin vanity basins and large rainfall shower.
The Stable Cottage is the family cottage, located to the rear of the riding stables, separate from the main Manor House. In the mornings, breakfast can be served, if requested, in the adjacent courtyard. The Stable Cottage also has a small separate dining area, with a lounge and fireplace that can be used for intimate and private dinners and lunches.
Stable Cottage is divided into 2 floors. On the ground floor you will discover a richly-furnished Master Bedroom and a Twin Bedroom, each with their own individual bathrooms. Each bathroom boasts a luxurious Victorian bath, rain shower and a fireplace, the latter of which can be lit on request. On this same floor there is a beautifully appointed joint Family Lounge area which serves as a perfect place to gather and share stories of the day’s events and to plan the adventures to come.
Heading upstairs to the Stable Cottage's second level, you will find the children’s domain comprising of a Children’s Twin Room, a 'Toddlers Bathroom' and a satellite TV Playroom.
Other activities at The Manor for an additional charge include a one hour horse ride around the surrounding hills, mountain biking, coffee estate tours, and spa treatments.
There is a main swimming pool for all guests to enjoy, as well as a restaurant, a bar, and a library.
There is mobile phone connectivity.
Credit cards are accepted.
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