From R350 per Unit
Stay in comfort and luxury in a central location with easy and nearby access to all tourist attractions of the Cape Peninsula and Boland. We are situated on the Cape's wonderful wine route and only 20 km from Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa, which is also the wine capital of the region. This up-market guest house offers visitors the opportunity to stay in a peaceful and safe environment, with stunning views of the Stellenbosch mountains and surrounding wine farms.
Security parking for all our guests is available. The guest house has a beautiful garden with a big swimming pool, surrounded by sun loungers, where guests can relax and soak up Cape Town's lovely sunshine. A lapa with BBQ facilities at the swimming pool area is available for the use of our guests.
The perfect place to relax! With its old Victorian furnishing and fireplace you would feel at home.
The entertainment room has a "big screen" DSTV, DVD player, with a wide range of the newest DVDs which can also be used in your own room. Want to play pool? You are in the right place!
The above mentioned entertainment room is used as a meeting room as well, provided with a "big screen" and projector. Sitting at the twelve seater council table you can have a great view of the Stellenbosch mountains.
In this bright sunny room, overlooking the Stellenbosch mountains, you can enjoy the perfect breakfast!
Cape Town is a cosmopolitan and modern city at the southern tip of the African continent. The central city is somewhat small by world standards, being confined as it is between mountain and sea, but the wider metropolitan area is enormous with a journey from Simon's Town in the south to Table View in the north involving a journey of almost 100 km (60 miles). The city is at the northern end of a 54 km long peninsula which culminates in the dramatic headland at Cape Point, often mistakenly referred to as the southernmost tip of Africa. That distinction belongs to Cape Agulhas, a few hundred km to the east.
There is a dramatic difference in the ocean on either side of the peninsula. The western, or Atlantic side is influenced by the cold Benguela current and experiences near freezing temperatures, even in summer. The eastern, or Indian Ocean side however experiences temperatures several degrees warmer making for pleasant bathing.
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13 Hereford Street, Protea Heights, Brackenfell, 7560