Mother City of Africa, Cape Town is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Cape Town is the quintessential melting pot: it is a city alive with creativity, colour, sounds and taste.

While walking through the city's streets and meeting its people, you will fall in love with its natural beauty and incredible spirit. Cape Town is a city where the unexpected is always just around the corner and the beautiful province of the Western Cape lies ready to be explored across the city border.

City Bowl

Sitting between Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south, the City Bowl is the city’s hub. Its backbone is Long Street, home to numerous shops and bars. Cafés, art galleries and nightclubs co-exist happily in the city centre, while the Company’s Gardens provides much-needed green space and is surrounded by many of the city’s museums. The neighbouring mountains oversee Cape Town in spectacular fashion.

Atlantic Seaboard

Stretching from the shopper’s haven of the V&A Waterfront all the way to secluded Llandudno – with Cape Town’s hottest beaches, such as Clifton and Camps Bay, in between – the Atlantic Seaboard happily mixes gritty Sea Point street life with glitzy Camps Bay partying. This is the place to don your designer shades and watch the sun set over the ocean.

Southern Suburbs

Further south on the Cape Peninsula lie the leafy, affluent suburbs of Constantia and Newlands, with the spectacular Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens and the wine farms of Constantia the major attractions.

Southern Peninsula

Cape Town’s deep south boasts Cape Point and the charming seaside villages of Kalk Bay, Simon’s Town and Hout Bay. Warmer waters to the west make these beaches ideal for a day of swimming and enjoying local seafood.

Northern Suburbs

The views of Table Mountain from Milnerton and Table View are simply perfect. The beaches at both Table View and Blouberg Strand are notoriously windy, making them popular with windsurfers and kite flyers. Further inland lies the ’burb of Durbanville, with its wine farms, and beyond are the Winelands towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek.



Selected Cape Town Accommodation

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Avatara, situated at the foot of Signal Hill, is within walking distance to the popular V&A Waterfront, Green Point Stadium, De Waterkant’s Cape Quarter and a 5 minute drive to Table Mountain, city centre and the world’s most spectacular beaches. Deli’s, restaurants and shops all meters away from our doorstep.

Tranquil romantic rooms echoing a sophisticated mood from the original Victorian House ensures comfort and convenience. We believe we can offer you great value - as well as style and comfort.

Our staff will gladly advise you on activities and help you to plan your excursions. We also know all the best restaurants, beaches and vineyards! Make us your home base while experiencing all Cape Town has to offer - we know you will have a wonderful time.

Floreal House

This magnificent, well-known Cape Town building boasts sweeping views of Table Mountain (below which it lies), the Harbour and Table Bay. Dating back to the 1920’s, the lodge is exceptionally stylish, with an impressive white exterior and attractive wooden-framed windows, looking out on views in all directions.
Friendly hospitality is the order of the day. Meals are served all day by the swimming pool in the colourful gardens and staff are on hand at all times to help maximize the guests’ enjoyment of the Mother City. Eleven exceptionally comfortable 4-star rooms offer all that can be expected for a top holiday.
Conveniently situated in Oranjezicht, the lodge has easy access to the Waterfront, the mountain and the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton offering the comfort of a small hotel within a stone’s throw of the heart of Cape Town.

Molololo Boutique Guest House

 Located in the City Bowl, on the edge of Bo-Kaap and De Waterkant, Molo Lolo Lodge is beautiful Cape Dutch style house, having preserved its typical wooden Guillotine style windows with small square glass panels, it offers a superb roof terrace with a 360  degree  view of Signal Hill and Table Mountain.



Parker Cottage

Parker Cottage is a luxurious guest house with an active concern for the environment.

Parker Cottage is in fact two Victorian cottages (Nos. 1 and 3 Carstens Street) designed by renowned Cape Town architect John Parker in 1895, now joined into one grand house.

The goal at Parker Cottage is to combine luxurious hospitality and accommodation with active concern for the society and the environment. Their aim is that by 2015, Parker will be the first and only urban eco-lodge in the whole of Africa. They’re going to try, if they can, to be totally ‘off-grid’ for water heating, water treatment, sewage processing, electricity and solid waste management.

Rosedene Guest House

With 12 rooms in the guest house and 8 rooms in 4 cottages, each gorgeously outfitted, Rosedene is small enough to provide highly personalized service, yet big enough to provide you with the kind of service you’d expect from a small hotel. Which would perhaps explain our high percentage of repeat customers.

From the minute you arrive, we’re at your service. We can arrange to have you picked up from the airport and whisked to your new home on the slopes of the most famous mountain in Africa within 20 to 30 minutes of arrival.

Walk through the flower-filled courtyard garden, then relax on one of our comfortable couches with a cappuccino or celebratory glass of wine while you check in, or head straight for your room – when you’re ready we’re happy to help you make the most of Cape Town’s myriad attractions; from restaurants to winefarms, adventure activities to shopping, beaches to tour guides, our knowledgeable staff can point you in the right direction.

The Cape Milner Hotel

Cradled beneath the majestic Table Mountain in Cape Town's trendy suburb of Tamboerskloopf, lies the Cape Milner. This exquisite hotel offers a sophisticated and contemporary ambiance with the highest standards in style and luxury. Renowned for excellent service, a chic atmosphere and stunning interior decor, The Cape Milner was voted one of South Africa’s best boutique hotels by acclaimed local magazine, House and Leisure.

Trevoyan Guest House

The Trevoyan Guesthouse is one of the best choices for your stay in beautiful Cape Town.

This Victorian style premises is a real gem and is located in Tamboerskloof, right at the slopes of Table Mountain. A 95 years old majestic oak tree is the landmark of this charming property and welcomes you with a rustling sound from its leaves.

The lovely oasis Trevoyan is centrally situated in a quiet street and safe neighborhood. It is within walking distance of some recommendable restaurants. A short and inexpensive taxi ride will bring you to the V&A Waterfront with its shops and restaurants or to the splendid beaches in Camps Bay and Clifton.

Trevoyan’s ambiance is relaxed and very friendly – it’s a real find and you should keep it as your secret.

The newest secret is The Trevoyan Villa Viewbank. The selfcatering Villa is just a stone throw away from the Guesthouse and offers an extended range of complementary and extra services. The Villa is a perfect match for up to six people.