Wind-Rose Guest House is a quiet beautiful venue situated on the gentle slopes of Firlands between Gordons Bay and Somerset West near Cape Town. We offer spectacular sea views from Cape Point to Table Mountain over False Bay and the Hottentots Holland Mountain Range.
The guest house is situated on 2 acres of beautiful indigenous gardens, and offers eight magnificent large double en suite bedrooms opening onto a private terrace or balcony where you can relax and enjoy magnificent views and spectacular sunsets.
The garden has two private Barbecue pits and a braai for the use of our guests and their friends if they would like to entertain.
We have an informal lounge area with a full liquor license, where you are invited to socialise with other guests, while enjoying your drink of choice. Conference Facilities
Our conference facilities can accommodate up to 25 delegates and comes fully equipped with a , flipcharts, white boards, wireless internet and a multi media projector.
We can accommodate break-away groups without using the garden or outside patios. Day Conference packages are available. All conferences rates include welcome drinks, Morning and Afternoon Tea and a Buffet Lunch.
All of our 8 spacious rooms are equipped with all the facilities you can expect of a 4-star graded guest house. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, a bath and a basin.
The deluxe rooms (36m2) are spacious room on the first floor with Mountain, garden and far Ocean view. These superior rooms offer magnificent far ocean view with spectacular sunsets over False Bay.
At the superior/family rooms (40m2) you can walk straight from your private terrace into our indigenous garden. The rooms are big enough to separate the sleeping and lounge areas. One of these rooms is wheelchair friendly and has only a large roll-in shower.
The standard rooms (36m2) are at the backside from the building and only have a small balcony with a view on the parking area and mountains.
Wind-Rose Guest House Activities:
A range of jagged mountains thrusting into the splendid desolation of the southern Atlantic, the Cape Peninsula is one of the world's most beautiful places.
Cape Town, the Southern Peninsula, Blaauwberg, Helderberg, Tygerberg and Oostenberg form the Cape Metropole, a large, ultramodern city covering the sandy plains running from the mountain's feet to the Hottentots Holland range in the purple distance.
Pristine beaches, sheltered bays and secluded coves encircle the majestic might of Table Mountain, a World Heritage Site and home to some 8 500 species of flower.
Between the mountain's looming crags and Table Bay's deep blue sweep lies South Africa's Mother City and the cosmopolitan hub of the Western Cape Province - Cape Town.
The best way to revel in the Peninsula's unrivalled beauty is to travel to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve along one of two coastal drives, each dramatically different.
To the west, the famous Chapman's Peak route via Hout Bay and the endless, white expanse of Noordhoek's Long Beach.
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