Greenways Manor Guesthouse offers luxury accommodatio in a green and tranquil setting. We offer breakfast, free wifi and an outdoor swimming pool. All rooms have their espresso machine /teamaker, small fridge. Breakfast is continental buffet from 07:30 to
Located in Kenilworth, this Cape Town "Boutique Hotel" offers the finest in comfort and luxury. The old Sir Herbert Baker Mansion is the perfect venue for your holiday, business function, small, romantic, intimate wedding or honeymoon.
Three separate self-catering units, situated in a large peaceful garden with swimming pool, vegetable garden and independent patios on which to braai/entertain or simply lie in the sun. We are close to the fabulous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
Luxury Guest house in Wynberg. Luxury Cottages in the grounds, are all just a short drive from Cape Town City Centre.
The Andros Boutique Hotel is a gracious Cape Dutch homestead, dating from the early 1900's. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, it is set in large, mature, park-like gardens. Positioned in the heart of Claremont, close to the city and amenities.
Situated in Upper Claremont. Close to Kirstenbosch, Cavendish Square, Newlands rugby and cricket grounds, University Cape Town, city and beach. Bed & Breakfast or self catering.
An intimate haven set in a tranquil suburb close to all facilities, with all modern facilities and amenities.
A self Contained, private, self-catering studio cottage 100 m from all Claremont office complexes, Cavendish square mall. 300 m from The Vineyard Hotel and Conference Centre and a short walk to Newlands rugby and cricket stadiums.
Beautiful location - right next to prime business areas in Claremont and right on the doorstep of the lovely Vineyard Hotel. Close to well known hospitals such as Kingsbury, Claremont and the Child Fertility Cilnic. Kirstenbosch Gardens is 5 min away.
Four star luxury on the banks of the Liesbeeck River, quiet and spacious, with spectacular views of Table Mountain. Originally built as country residence for Lady Anne Barnard in 1799.