The setting for Romance or what you will...
Indulge yourself for a moment in the splendor of Illyria House, our celebration of elegant and romantic living, of love and happiness, of music, beauty and
If music be the food of love, play on…”
Shakespeare used ancient Illyria, presently known as Albania as the enchanted setting for his play, “Twelfth Night”. Everyone in this tranquil paradise is in love, even the King.
Indulge yourself for a moment in the splendor of Illyria House, our celebration of elegant and romantic living, of love and happiness, of music, beauty and poetry… in our new home, Africa.
ABOUT ILLYRIA HOUSEThe serene beauty of Illyria House has always been an irresistible attraction to all lovers of fine things. Against the backdrop of classical music, fine antiques and 17th century tapestries an enchanting and unique colonial lifestyle experience, complete with white-gloved butlers and a resident duck family, unfolds. Accommodation “Not to be abed after midnight is to be up betimes…”
All suites are exquisitely furnished in white and cream décor with antique furniture and embroided cotton linen. They are equipped with air conditioning, private bathrooms, remote-controlled satellite television, telephones, stocked mini bars, coffee & tea making facilities, hairdryers, dressing gowns and slippers. The wide selection of toiletries in the bathrooms, including rose buds, candles and incense, promises an indulging and relaxing experience. A DVD player is available for guests who wish to enjoy our wide selection of complimentary video entertainment. For the enjoyment of art loving guests, Illyria House furnishes their suites with art materials.Facilities
“Oh mistress mine, where are you roaming?”
Illyria House offers it’s guest a variety of facility and service options
327 Bourke St, Muckleneuk, Pretoria, South Africa
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