A luxury guesthouse for the discerning traveler set in a historic monument

Accommodation consists of ten bespoke en-suite bedrooms (6 deluxe and 4 luxury rooms) which offer extra length Queen/king/twin beds, air-con, satellite TV, DVD player, iPod base station and Wi-Fi internet connectivity. Some rooms have fireplaces and private gardens, balconies or courtyards. Landscaped gardens, a pamper spa offering a variety of massage treatments and a patio overlooking a pool deck and herb garden all contribute to an urban sanctuary which allows guests to relax and unwind - an ideal venue for self indulgence and to use as a base to explore Cape Town and the surrounding area. Warm hospitality, a sumptuous breakfast, and discreet and efficient service will contribute to your sense of well-being. Services include booking day tours to Cape Point and the Winelands, airport transfers, and off street parking.

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Facilities

 4.4
Sustainability Rating
Environmental Impact
4.8
Economic Impact
3.3
Socio-cultural Impact
5

Best time to go to Cape Peninsula

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The Cape Peninsula has a Mediterranean climate marked by warm, dry summers and cool, wetter winters. For northern hemisphere visitors, take note that South Africa’s seasons are reversed, so July is the middle of winter, and January is peak summer. The Cape Peninsula experiences most of its rainfall in the winter, from June to August. Although winter can have quite dramatic storms, warm sunny days are not uncommon.

Rooms

Luxury Room

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Deluxe Room

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