Hotels

THE BAY HOTEL

Camps Bay

With the majestic Twelve Apostle mountain range as a back drop and the Atlantic Ocean less than a minutes walk away, The Bay Hotel boasts an unrivalled location in the heart of glitzy Camps Bay. After a busy day seeing Cape Town’s world-class sights, exhale and relax with a sunset cocktail, a treatment in the on-site spa or some time lounging around one of four sea-facing pools. Or if all that sounds too demanding, retreat to one of the 78 bright, modern rooms or suites to gaze out at the beach and do absolutely nothing at all.

CAMPS BAY RETREAT

Camps Bay

Camps Bay Retreat Luxury Boutique Hotel is a sanctuary for the soul, set on four acres of lush green nature reserve. With a mountain meditation pool, thickest of trees, waterfalls and streams, it is a peaceful paradise, where meditative moments are waiting to be had. Views stretch across the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and along the peaks of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range, from the Deck House and The Villa. The estate has features such as four pools, a tennis court, a spa and a fine dining restaurant. Dine in the old world splendour of the original manor house, where Von Kamptz Restaurant's executive chef creates a daily menu of gourmet fare, combining a symphony of fresh ingredients from local markets.

THE FARMHOUSE HOTEL

Langebaan

Overlooking the tranquil Langebaan lagoon, The Farmhouse Hotel is an experience to be savoured. Celebrated for our pleasant staff, in-house museum and West Coast warmth, The Farmhouse Hotel offers guests an authentic coastal farmstead experience. Alluring to nature lovers, Langebaan offers vivid shows of spring flowers, birdlife and an untamed coastline. Explore the lagoon, browse througzh our antique collection or simply relax and enjoy the sunset. The Panorama Restaurant at The Farmhouse Hotel serves traditional Cape cuisine with a variety of seafood complemented by a carefully selected wine list. Breads, cakes and pastries are freshly baked daily and are best enjoyed with a cup of coffee on the restaurants veranda overlooking the lagoon.

HARBOUR HOUSE HOTEL

Hermanus

Harbour House Hotel enjoys the most prominent of positions in the heart of the Old Harbour area, flanked by the seaside and the bustling center of this holiday town. The magnificent Lookout Terrace invites guests to revel in the soothing surrounds of the ocean ahead and enjoy a lunch from Selkirk's restaurant inspired by abundant local produce and fresh ingredients, alternatively savour a sundowner from the Wine Bar in the Pavilion. Guests are offered a choice of accommodation from the historical architecture of the thatched roof seaside Manor House built in 1920, to the contemporary New Wing and Harbour Square. Rooms are luxuriously appointed with sophisticated modern d’cor, all within easy walking distance of the town’s top attractions, whale watching sites, markets, restaurants, street caf’s and an abundance of reserved natural splendour.

THE CHARLES

De Waterkant, Bed & Breakfast

Perfectly positioned in the heart of De Waterkant Village, The Charles is an intimate and charming guesthouse. From the roof decks of The Charles, guests can enjoy beautiful city views, more so in the early evenings when the city lights up and the night comes alive. Opposite the gorgeous piazza style Cape Quarter and the flamboyant crowd at Manhattan’s Restaurant and bar, The Charles has been described as ’The Spirit of the Village’.

DE WATERKANT HOUSE

De Waterkant, Bed & Breakfast

In the heart of the historical De Waterkant Village, is De Waterkant House, elegant and discreet, with a relaxed European feel. This beautifully restored 9 ’ roomed, Cape Georgian Manor House, with terrace and pool, overlooks the village and accessible Table Bay harbour. De Waterkant House is centrally located, minutes from the Cape Quarter Shopping Centre, restaurants, bars and fashionable nightspots. With the emphasis on good living, guests can stroll down into the village where they can enjoy the atmosphere of the neighbourhood, indulge in a sweet treat or simply read the daily paper.