Romantic, luxury self-catering accommodation for the care-free holiday maker. Soak up the sun at the sparkling pool. Perfect for family get-togethers and as a base to explore the wonders of the Western Cape.
Cap Serein Guest House is located on the mountain slopes overlooking Chapman's Peak Drive and the ocean. It offers a beautiful old-established tranquil garden and a stunning pool and Jacuzzi terrace, where you can sunbathe and cool off.
City Stay in Century City provides the ideal base for work or play. With its sleek and stylish serviced apartments,staying with us is the ultimate way to experience the citys wealth of dining, shopping and cultural options.
Overlooking forests, vineyards, mountains and sea, nestling high on the hill in a beautiful forest setting, fully self-contained, free-tanding, self-catering suites look out across the magnificent Constantia Valley to False Bay.
Ibis House is a superb cape colonial villa set on seven acres of lush private garden in the Constantia Valley, renowned for wine production. Whilst totally private and tranquil Ibis house is minutes from several top restaurants.
Situated in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, on the border of Constantia and Wynberg, Kaya La Provence offers a warm and relaxed atmosphere with two B&B Rooms in the Manor House and one Self Catering Cottage.
Pelican Place caters for up to 15 guests in four luxuriously furnished, fully equipped one-bedroom cottages. Each with a private entrance, private braai (outside barbeque) entertainment area, television with DSTV channel, a secure parking bay.
Tranquil, idyllic and relaxing Cape Town guesthouse situated in the country heart of Noordhoek- Sacred Mountain Lodge offers luxury B&B and Self-Catering accommodation, and is the ideal location from which to explore the Cape Peninsula and it's beaches.
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**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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