Gardens Pet Friendly Accommodation
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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
Centrally situated on the slopes of the famous Table Mountain, Apartment Cape Town is a 120m˛ spacious, luxury self-catering apartment ideally suited for leisure or business.
This fully furnished... More Info
The Kimberley backpackers hotel, is on the corner of Roeland and Buitenkant Streets. This Cape Town landmark was built in 1895, and was the starting point for horse-drawn carriages leaving Cape Town f... More Info
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Welcome to Harrow House, our beautifully restored 4 star graded, Cape Dutch Style House dating back to 1851 and comprising five luxury serviced apartments. Conveniently located in the heart of town, ... More Info
Located at the foot of Table Mountain, Ashanti Lodge and Travel Centre is your gateway to Cape Town. Well-known for our superb facilities, outstanding service and excellent security, Ashanti Lodge is ... More Info
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Best area in Cape Town in terms of convenience.
- David Lynn
Gardens is an awesome area with so much life and interesting things to do and see. However, traffic can be a nightmare with the narrow roads and erratic drivers.
- Alice Kwan
For a pleasant, comfortable and convenient stay in Cape Town you could not do better. We stepped out the door and across the street to the cool, quiet gardens which we could walk through to most of the central attractions in 10 or 15 minutes.
- Janet Leeming
One of the best areas in the Central CBD with a number of great, cozy restaurants, coffee shops and the like. Great to explore on foot, lazing in the Company Gardens, going for high tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel, the options are endless and best of all, it's central to almost everything.
Definitely a "must explore" when in Cape Town.
- Mark Schonrock