Cape Town Accommodation

Cape Town has a history stretching back to the early 1650’s when Jan van Riebeek arrived and set up the first European outpost in South Africa at the Cape of Good Hope. Soon the city outgrew its hub at the Castle of Good Hope and has been growing and evolving ever since.

Today Cape Town is one of the most culturally diverse and strikingly scenic cities in the world. The city can be roughly divided into 8 sections, each with its own character. This mixture of neighbourhoods ensures that where accommodation is concerned, there is something for everyone.

The city centre is known as the city bowl, for being encircled on three sides by the famous Table Mountain, now a World Heritage Site. This flat-topped mountain is unique in its shape and provides one of the most memorable backdrops of any city anywhere. A visit to Cape Town would not be complete without a hike or cable car ride up to the top, from where you can look out over the city below, the bay and Robben Island and see as far as the mountain ranges which form the boundary of the Cape Winelands.

The city centre is where most of Cape Town’s creative energy is concentrated, and milling around areas like Kloof and Bree Street will have you rubbing shoulders with the creative elite as well as coming face to face with some of the city’s best bars and restaurants. To the west, the Atlantic Seaboard, which includes suburbs like Sea Point and Greenpoint, puts you in sight of the vast Atlantic Ocean and the promenade makes a great place for an early morning jog or stroll.

Further south, the little fishing villages of Kalk Bay and Simon’s Town are backed by the spine of the mountain and have a distinctly bohemian air about them. Little coffee shops and seaside restaurants are interspersed with little art galleries and shops selling gypsy-like wares.

Travelling northwards, the suburbs on the west coast have a more arid landscape which comes with long stretches of sandy beach.

Cape Town is full of things to do and places to see, so make sure you give yourself enough time to experience it all!

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From R650* unit


Camps Bay R & R Cottage is located in the popular suburb of Camps Bay in Cape Town and is within a short drive or walk to the lovely beach and various pavement cafés, bistros and restaurants. The Tabl... More Info

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From R350 pps


Cosy Cottage is owned by Barbara and Ken Meek and located in a quiet, established part of Pinelands. There are two self-catering units on the property, referred to as the Cottage and the Studio. B... More Info

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From R1550* unit

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Villa Lutzi is set in a tranquil residential area on the slopes of Table Mountain. The City Centre is only ten minutes away and trendy Kloof Street, with 30 restaurants and bars, is just around the co... More Info

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From R550* unit


Located on the coastal road of Bloubergstrand, BIG BAY BEACH CLUB is the ideal place for all type of holidaymakers. It not only offers convenient access to Cape Town's numerous attractions but the mos... More Info

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From R2500* unit


The Villa is situated in the heart of Constantia valley, bordering the world famous Groot Constantia Vineyards. Set in one of the most exclusive locations in South Africa, this beautiful villa offers ... More Info

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From R345* unit


This fully equipped self catering unit sleeps two adults and has a sleeper couch. The apartment has a dedicated parking bay thus there is no hassle with parking. Gardens is a secure area with a var... More Info

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From R325 pps


3 Palms Cape is a 3 Star graded, wheelchair friendly, reasonably priced, upmarket B & B with 9 spacious en suite double bedrooms. We are in Kuilsriver, a quiet Cape Town Northern suburb where you ... More Info

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From R550* unit


Self-catering double room with private entrance, fully equipped kitchenette, en-suite bathroom and off-street parking. All towels and linen supplied. Braai facilities available. Sleeps 2 adults. Loca... More Info

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From R2000* unit


This 4 bedroom 4 bathroom house is 1km from beach and 4km from the main beach in Melkbosstrand. It has a great entertainment area which incl: OUTDOOR: -solar heated pool with slides for children... More Info

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From R1300* unit


As one of Cape Town's old finest guest houses, built in the 1860's, The Underberg Guest House is nestled against the majestic backdrop of Table Mountain. It has recently been totally renovated and ref... More Info

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Cape Town Reviews

Cape Town Accommodation has been rated 4/5 based on 1433 reviews.

Plumstead
Convenient
- Kugen Pillay

Hout Bay
Beautiful little fishing village. Great views all around and every amenity.
- Adele Lyons

Bloubergstrand
Bloubergstrand is beautiful especially the view from the beach of Table Mountain. However the Milnerton Waterpark can do with an upgrade and installation of more slides. I enjoyed the big slide a lot but why a person has to pay an entrance fee and pay to go onto the big slide just does not make sense if they want to attract more customers? But Cape Town is beautiful and awesome, my family really enjoyed the city and it is the most beautiful city in our country. I loved it!!!
- Jolene Mathews

Sea Point
Beautiful, clean and safe area. I was really impressed. Easy access to shops and garages. Not noisy as I assumed it would be.
- Narisha Rampersad

Sea Point
Sea Point is central and easily accessible from the highway.
Would only stay in Sea Point when visiting Cape Town.

- Patricia Hickling