Groot Constantia Manor House

About the venue

Groot Constantia

Groot Constantia Wine Estate, established in 1685 and thus one of the oldest wine estates in South Africa, was originally granted to Simon van der Stel, the third governor of the Cape. The manor house is a magnificent example of Cape Dutch architecture and the Wine Museum pediment is one of the sculptor Anton Anreith's masterpieces.

In this set of well preserved buildings is a number of unique venues that will provide companies, incentive groups and individuals with a range of venues that can be utilized for a vast array of functions such as wedding receptions and product launches. Coupled with excellent estate wines and food from the region, Groot Constantia will provide you with a venue that will make a lasting impression on your clients or friends.

Groot Constantia Manor House

Built in 1685 by Simon van der Stel, the gracious Cape Dutch homestead houses one of the finest collections of early Cape furniture, paintings and ceramics. The grand dining hall is made available on a very limited basis to host major corporate events and grand banquets.
Room Reception Banquet Dimensions Height

Capacity and configuration

Room Reception Banquet Dimensions Height
Manor House 35 35 5,3m x 18,8m 5m

BMW Boardroom

BMW Boardroom Decor: PR Workshop Photo: P. Warne

This modern boardroom is situated inside the stately Manor House and can host a maximum of 12 guests in grand style. This room has been designed to operate completely independently from the rest of the Museum.

Perfect for the executive who requires an office away from the office or for strategic planning sessions.

Equipment available: notebook PC with fax, copier, scanner, printer, telephone and flip charts.

Capacity and configuration

Room Boardroom Dimensions Height
BMW Boardroom 12 6m x 5m 5m

Booking details


Please note the following:

No marquees are allowed at any of the Iziko venues
Conditions apply
Tariffs on request 
Only email applications will be considered