Guest Rating: 
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The Cape Colonial
The Cape Colonial is an established Guest House in a residential area at the foot of Table Mountain.

It is a Victorian town house which has been restored with great care and attention to detail situated in a quiet side street behind the famous Mount Nelson Hotel and just 10 minutes` walk from the city centre through the beautiful Company Garden.

The Table Mountain Cable Car is 5 minutes` drive away and the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay and the V & A Waterfront are 10 minutes away.

Its central but quiet location make the Cape Colonial an ideal starting point for both tourists and business people.

Our rates include a generous continental or English breakfast.

Enjoy an early-evening drink on our patio before going around the corner to Kloof Street with its many bars and restaurants ranging from "easy eating" to "fine dining", all within safe walking distance.

We also arrange airport transfers on request as well as giving help in arranging tours or car hire.

We also speak German.
R300.00 pps

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  • The Cape Colonial - The stoep
  • The Cape Colonial - The entrance hall
  • The Cape Colonial - The breakfast room
  • The Cape Colonial - Twin room with balcony
  • The Cape Colonial - Double room

Facilities & Services:

  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Fax & Photocopy Machine
  • Wi-Fi
  • English
  • Other Language


    Our tastefully appointed rooms are furnished in colonial style.

    All rooms are ensuite and have TVs as well as tea and coffee-making facilities.

    A generous breakfast is served in our bright and airy dining roon or on the patio.

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    The Cape Colonial Guest Reviews

    Average Guest Rating: 
      4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews.

    Good location and everything you need. Excellent service and clean.
     Reviewed by Carina Ferreira over a year ago

    The home as well as the room was very comfortable and I was met with gracious hospitality.
     Reviewed by Joanne Dake over a year ago