De Keurboom a spacious self-catering Townhouse situated in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town in Kuils River offers you the tranquility of country life.
Our central location is ideal for business and leisure travel alike with easy access to main routes. All rooms have private entrances, each with its own bathroom, kitchenette and dining area. Secure on-site parking.
Thatchwood Cottage is situated in Pinelands which offers a self contained cottage with its own entrance and secure off street parking. There is a swimming pool and tranquil garden where guests can relax.
Sandown Lodge is a charming 19th Century Georgian House, centrally situated in picturesque surroundings directly opposite Rondebosch Park.
Valley Heights, set in a quiet,safe, leafy area,can accommodate up to16 guests in 2 family S/C units & 4 Double en-suite bedrooms, all with TV & bar fridges.Close to all tourist attractions.Large pool.Secure,safe parking.Credit cards accepted
Situated in a secure estate on the edge of a protected "fynbos" reserve, this Tuscan Villa overlooks a thoroughbred racehorse training facility and enjoys picture-perfect views of Table Mountain from virtually every room. 3 units available ...
Jaco and Natasja Rabe Welcomes you at Vredekloof Accommodation, the most secured Accommodation in Brackenfell, with plenty of secured parking for cars, busses and trailors.
Paradiso Guesthouse set in a tranquil treed garden with panoramic views of the distant Constantiaberg Mountains, Constantia valley and its wine farms, offering guest's warm and personal service...
Helen & Richard welcome you to Etafileni, an open plan self-catering fully furnished studio flat nestling at the foot of Table Mountain. The flat has one queen sized bed and is suitable for a couple or single traveler (non smoking, no pets).
The one-bedroom, four sleeper apartments are perfect for couples with small children and have distant views of Table Mountain. The two- bedroom, six sleeper apartments are ideal for couples and family holidays, while the bedroom offers fabulous views of T