We are ideally placed for easy access to central Cape Town, Cape Town beaches, restaurants, V&A Waterfront and other tourist attractions. Cape Town, also referred to as Capetown is located at the South Western most tip(cape) of Africa.
A trip to Simonstown takes you along the False Bay coastline, passing through historic fishing villages such as Kalk Bay. Take your pick of excellent restaurants in the village, while watching the fishing boats bring in their catch or browse through the many antique shops.
No visit to this part of the world is complete without visiting the Boulders beachpenguin colony, one of only two mainland breeding colonies of the African or Jackass Penguin.
Boulders is in the historic naval town of Simonstown, a spectacular train ride or easy and picturesque self drive car trip on well maintained roads. Simonstown is well served with fine restaurants, shops and beaches.
Cape Point Nature Reserve is a short drive away, first named "Cape of Storms" by early eighteenth-century seafarers, the reserve now boasts excellent tourist facilities.
Whether your preference is for a hearty meal at the restaurant or a brisk walk to the top of the 678-metre high peak, Cape Point is a must-see. For the less energetic, the only funicular in Africa will whisk you to the top in style!
This is a land of gentle green vines, majestic mountains, capped with snow in winter and trout-filled streams and lakes. Its beauty and bounty are endless. Based in our Cape Town Accommodation you can explore this beautiful part of Africa.
The Western Cape is a region synonymous with wine. Its winelands are among the most plentiful and productive in the world. The early French Huguenot settlers brought their passion for winemaking with them and many of the Cape wine estates carry this old-world legacy with names such as L'Ormarins, L'Avenir, La Provence and Mont Rochelle.
The towns of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch are at the centre of the Cape’s wine growing area. Some world-class wines have come out of the valleys and hills of the Cape and the annual Nederberg Wine Sales attract buyers from all over the world.
The Cedarberg mountain range wilderness area is a two-hour scenic drive from Cape Town. There are a number of day walks and short hikes to features such as the Maltese Cross and Wolfsberg Arch. These landmarks can also be taken in as part of longer hikes of two days or more.
Other popular hikes take in "Crystal Pool" or Sneeuberg, the highest peak in the Cedarberg range at 2027 metres above sea level. The mountain is frequently covered in snow in winter, but be aware that snow can fall at any time of year!