Over the years, this classic Cape Town bed & breakfast has earned an enviable reputation for relaxed and genuine hospitality. Originally a Victorian gentleman`s house, Liberty Lodge became a fabric emporium and even a bordello in the 1940`s! Today, it combines a skillful mix of Victorian, Art Deco and contemporary decor, with some stunning feature pieces.
The four uniquely decorated rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and heaters, an electronic wall safe, hairdryer, a range of toiletries and most importantly comfortable beds. Complimentary wi-fi and safe on street parking is available. A hearty hot and cold breakfast is served every morning to set you up for the day either inside or outside in the charming ground-floor greenery courtyard.
Perfectly situated to make the most of your Cape Town holiday or business trip, Liberty Lodge sits on the lower slopes between Table Mountain cable car station and Cape Town CBD. Restaurants and cafes abound in trendy Tamboerskloof and tourist sights are in close proximity.
No children under 12 allowed!
Boulders Beach Penguins
Castle Of Good Hope
Madiba is the affectionate name for South Africa's most esteemed individual; Nelson Mandela. This delightful first floor room incorporates African chic, with carved wood headboard, zebra skin rug and traditional woodcut artworks. Direct access to the communal sun and viewing terrace is a wonderful extension to your living space. You can choose between a king size bed or twin beds, with an en-suite shower bathroom.
The restful colours of the linen curtains and panama-weave headboard are used to great effect on the walls painted in wide stripes. Ghandi spent 21 years in South Africa and elements from India are incorporated to honour him. This upstairs room has direct access to the communal sun terrace with expansive views of the mountain and city. This room has a king size or twin beds and en-suite shower bathroom.
Our largest room on the first floor - favoured by honeymoon couples - reflects the turn of the 20th century colonial era; crisp white linen against dark wood, old hatboxes and black and white African images.
You have a wonderful view of Table Mountain from this room and indirect access to the communal terrace. King or twin beds are offered and en-suite shower facilities.
In this ground floor room we reflect the discerning period in the early 1900s, when Rudyard Kipling wintered in Cape Town. It incorporates elegant shades of Africa, from beige and black to dusty reds and ochre, and dramatic oryx horns and wall-mounted zebra skin. This room has an extended queen-size bed and en-suite bathroom with shower over bath. The communal upstairs terrace is available to guests of this room.
Directions from Cape Town International Airport
- Take the N2 towards city centre until you get to the City/Seapoint/Waterfront intersection and then follow signs towards Table Mountain (M62)
- Proceed up Buitengracht Street, which becomes a dual carriageway, following the signs to Camps Bay/Table Mountain/Cable Car Station (M62)
- This road then changes name to New Church Street and becomes one way.
- At the next set of traffic lights (a reasonably busy intersection with several roads interconnecting), the name changes again to Kloofnek Road (look out for the Tamboerskloof Pharmacy on the left)
- Once past these traffic lights, de Lorentz Street will be the 5th turning on the left and Liberty Lodge will be the first house on the right hand side