On the beach in the picturesque lobster-fishing village of Kommetjie, only a 30 minute drive from Cape Town. The eight kilometers of fine white powdered sand set against a backdrop of the most stunning sea views offers Cape Town's most romantic hideaway.
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.
Nestled in the heart of the Constantia Valley this tastefully furnished gabled manor house offers 14 luxury en-suite bedrooms with all amenities. Superior rooms/suites have private patios overlooking magnificent landscaped gardens.
Fernwood is an elegant colonial style home in the leafy suburb of Newlands surrounded by lush greenery with wonderful mountain views. Our exclusive guest house, catering for no more than 16 guests, ensures warm friendly personal service.
The Hout Bay Manor, built in 1871, is renowned as one of Cape Towns most graceful landmarks. The beautifully restored Hout Bay Manor offers 19 individually designed en suite rooms and a sophisticated fine dining restaurant.
Atlantic Waves is a luxurious and elegant establishment catering to the needs of their guests. Atlantic Waves is the ultimate destination. We offer great South African hospitality in spacious and luxurious accommodation.
These luxury apartments are self-contained and fully equipped. Extras include sea-views, air conditioning, spa-baths, wall safes, TV with M-Net and video channel, sundecks, cocktail bar, restaurant, secure parking, gym, sauna, 2 swimming pools (1 heated)
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.
*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.
Cape Town Info
Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape which features the iconic
Table Mountain. It's name derives from the "flat" peak to appear similar to
that of a table, instead of a rounded shape compared to normal mountains.
A few kilometres from Cape Town's shores lay Robben Island. This
little island too has a rich history, non more famous that when the great
Nelson Mandela served most of his prison sentence there. It is however not
used as a prison any longer, but a national museum and can be reached by
ferry from the V&A Waterfront and is open to visitors daily.
Town is a city of many attractions, a mix of cultures, landscapes,
architecture, lifestyles, customs and scenery offering you mountains,
beaches, sea, rivers, wind and a wonderful climate.
Visit Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Robben Island
and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
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