Designed for absolute comfort, Maison Noir’s five generous bedrooms – comprising two expansive master suites and three luxurious guest suites – sleep 10 guests en suite, with capacity for additional children in supremely comfortable lofts. King-sized beds spread with the finest linens, luxurious duck-down pillows and duvets, air-conditioning and heating in all the bedrooms ensure year-round sleeping comfort.
All bedrooms feature private full bathrooms with a bath and shower, while the three guest suites include individual outdoor hot showers set in lush, secluded surroundings. The three guest suites each include a loft lounge, TV and a private workspace, with access to the garden and pool area. The two master suites each have their own TV lounge areas, and suite 5, downstairs, has its own entrance.
With direct and majestic mountain views, the light and airy Ukubona master suite takes its name from the Xhosa word meaning ‘to see’.
This holds special meaning here: there is perhaps no better inspiration than the diversity and beauty of the surroundings that thrive just outside your window, and the new experiences you will discover.
Inspired by the garden, the newest master suite at Maison Noir is a rich and tranquil space that invites quiet contemplation. Butterflies, bearded irises and delicate orchids abound in its striking botanical wallpaper. Isitiya has its own private entrance with parking, as well as its own enclosed garden.
Named for the extinct plains zebra that roamed South Africa until the early 19th century, luxurious Quagga symbolizes the mystique and beauty of the region as told through historic art and literature.
The spacious loft includes a seating area and desk, and can double as extra sleeping space if required for children.
Fynbos is the natural shrubland or heathland vegetation occurring in a small belt of the Western Cape of South Africa. In fields related to biogeography, fynbos is known for its exceptional degree of biodiversity and endemism.
This serene suite pays tribute to this rich plant heritage. Step out the sliding doors into the beautiful garden or retreat to the loft to relax with a good book.
This beautiful guest suite takes its name from the Xhosa word for porcupine. A seemingly soft creature from afar, the porcupine possesses an inherent surprise in its naturally protective quills, subtly reflected in the suite’s decorative details.
A loft room does double duty as a quiet relaxation zone or extra bedroom for kids.