Hout Bay & Hout Bay Manor History

The Hout Bay Manor, built in 1871, is renowned as one of Cape Town’s most graceful landmarks. Protected by century old oak trees, was built from stone (600mm thick walls) and in traditional Cape Colonial style by Jacob Trautmann on an unspoilt piece of land, which had previously been part of the Kronendal Estate.
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#LoveHoutBay History Hout Bay Beach in 1910 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

#LoveHoutBay History Hout Bay Beach in 1910 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Old Ruin at Hout Bay, Cape Town

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Hout Bay Hotel

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How the leopard got there #HoutBay - I have often wondered.......1963.

How the leopard got there #HoutBay - I have often wondered.......1963.

Hout Bay during the construction of the 600 foot harbour wall in 1937 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hout Bay during the construction of the 600 foot harbour wall in 1937 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!


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The Hout Bay Hotel

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Hout Bay Hotel

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The Royal Hotel, Hout Bay c1910

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Travellers outside the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay, c1910 Now the Hout Bay Manor  | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Travellers outside the Royal Hotel, Hout Bay, c1910 Now the Hout Bay Manor | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

#HoutBay #golf club (via Historical Media)

#HoutBay #golf club (via Historical Media)

Slave Lodge-Old Supreme Court c1925    The slave lodge looked nothing like the building we see today - it is a bit misleading in that regard. The building fabric dates from slave times but in 1815 the architect Thibault totally refaced it to suit a new purpose - the Cape's Supreme Court.    This is the Adderley Street facade in the early 1920s. The building stuck out into Adderley Street at that time. In 1926 a 13m strip at the front was demolished to widen Adderley Street, and a faithful…

Slave Lodge-Old Supreme Court c1925 The slave lodge looked nothing like the building we see today - it is a bit misleading in that regard. The building fabric dates from slave times but in 1815 the architect Thibault totally refaced it to suit a new purpose - the Cape's Supreme Court. This is the Adderley Street facade in the early 1920s. The building stuck out into Adderley Street at that time. In 1926 a 13m strip at the front was demolished to widen Adderley Street, and a faithful…

The Alfred Basin, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town. The Alfred Basin, photographed in 1900, is seen here bursting at the seams with the sailing ships that plied their trade to and from the Cape. Through the rigging, a number of other ships can be seen at anchor in Table Bay| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Alfred Basin, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town. The Alfred Basin, photographed in 1900, is seen here bursting at the seams with the sailing ships that plied their trade to and from the Cape. Through the rigging, a number of other ships can be seen at anchor in Table Bay| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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