The penthouses (A&B) both have marble floors with individually designed furniture and great mountain and ocean views. One penthouse is ca. 80 sq. m large, air-conditioned, has a fully equipped kitchen with hob and oven, microwave,cutlery & crockery. It further features a private balcony with stunning sea views, a big living room with lounge suite and dining table, TV, DVD/CD-Hi-fi, Telephone, wireless ADSL reception, a full marble bathroom [bath & shower] and an air conditioned bedroom with King size double bed. The lounge has a double foldout couch [Queen size] which can accommodate a further two persons, effectively doubling the sleeping capacity of these units.
"Studio" (1-2 persons)
It is a ca.18 sqm large, air-conditioned terracotta tiled room with a King size double bed (can be arranged as two single beds), TV, CD/ Hi-fi, telephone, wireless ADSL reception, limited sea views and outside patio. It has a mini-kitchenette equipped with cutlery & crockery, fridge, microwave, small sink and a portable 2-plate hob for preparing your own breakfast and smaller meals. Marble bathroom with a bath.
"Seaview" (1-2 persons)
It is ca. 20 sq. m large, air-conditioned room with stunning sea views, King size double bed (can be arranged as two single beds), TV, CD-Hi-fi, telephone,wireless ADSL reception, fridge, separate kitchenette with a microwave, sink, 2-plate stove and cutlery & crockery for preparing your own breakfast and smaller meals. Bathroom with a bath.
"Green Room" (1-3 persons)
It is a ca. 30 sqm large, carpeted double bedroom with beautiful sea views, with one King size double bed (can be arranged as two single beds as well), lounge suite, air-conditioning, TV, CD-Hi-fi, telephone, wireless ADSL reception, cutlery & crockery ('Tea tray' & a portable 2-plate hob for preparing your own breakfast and smaller meals), microwave, fridge, outside patio with sea views. Shower bathroom.
Bayview Penthouses Activities:
The Camps Bay and Cape Townarea has a myriad of attractions to offer guests.
Camps Bay is very centrally located, so getting to them will be a breeze.
Just 8 minutes drive away is the Company Gardens (from which the Gardens area got its name), the South African National Gallery, National Museum and the Cape Town Planetarium.
The area is literally filled with interesting small (and large) specialist shops, great restaurants and clubs.
Those more adventurous can tackle Table Mountain either by foot or cable car.
Walking through Cape Town will provide you with more than enough material to fill your day.
One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Africa, this is reflected in the fascinating mixture of people, art and cultures.
Street markets stand right next to generation old art galleries, with a food vendor thrown in for flavour (no pun intended!). Attractions
No matter what the occasion, or the requirement, Cape Town will have what you need.
From nature to nightlife, the variety is what one would expect from one of South Africa's capital cities.
One of the favourite spots in 'Town', as the locals call it, is Greenmarket Square.
Here you will find an upmarket (no pun intended) street market with everything from designer suits through to antique silver jewellery.
Around the square is a myriad of small restaurants and designer shops. Sergeant Peppers, a clothing and accessories establishment, has long been one of the trend setters in street fashion.
Or take a trip on the new cable car up to Table Mountain. The restaurant here is a favourite stop over for international tourists, and nowhere else will you find a better view of the Cape Peninsula.
Boat trips from the V&A Waterfront (just around the corner) are available to Robben Island, the infamous water bound penitentiary where Nelson Mandela spent a large portion of his imprisonment.
Here luxury busses will take you on a tour of the island, and show you both the jail itself, as well as some of the endangered animal and bird species that can be seen in this nature reserve.
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