A charming blend of African, Eastern and English colonial decor with luxuriously appointed en suites.
We are less than a 5 minute drive from Cavendish Square, Newlands rugby and cricket, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and excellent restaurants [...]
The highland nature conservancy of the Koue Bokkeveld is a very special area of South Africa, not yet discovered by most tourists (including Capetonians), despite its proximity to the Mother City. The rolling tablelands and mountains are strewn with fascinating sandstone rock formations and even snow in winter. And right in the middle of all that nature-sculpted rock is Klein Cederberg, the home of Werner and Vikki Wullschleger and their son Nik. (Nik is the mapmaker for this book by the way.) When I last stayed here I was treated to an evening light display that would make Jean [...]
Kenjockity is only 150 meters from the sea and the famous Cliff Paths of Hermanus. A short 5 minute stroll and you are in the Village Centre. A classic old building, lovingly restored in cottage style with vibrant colours, makes you feel very welcome! With 14 rooms and 12 bathrooms (8 en-suite),
Kenjockity is ideal for small tour groups. Your hosts, Jim and Lee make it their business to give you helpful advice about what to see and do and of course “Whale Tales” and other Yarns are on the breakfast menu every day. Backpacker option available at R [...]
Self Catering Resorts
Houtkapperspoort’s 26 charming and elegant self contained cottages are set in beautifully landscaped, park-like grounds on the back slopes of Table Mountain at Constantia Nek about 18 minutes (18km) from the centre of Cape Town. It is an oak-lined drive of about 7 minutes to Hout Bay or the restaurants and swish shopping malls of the Southern Suburbs. Constantia and its vineyards are adjacent to the property on the east, and the Cape Peninsula National Park with all its wonderful hiking trails is directly on our northern boundary