Stonehurst situated in St. James, Cape Town. The house is self-catering and can sleep 8 comfortably. 1 minutes walk to St. James tidal pool and a short stroll to Kalk Bay and Muizenberg. Whale watching from your bed!
Chartfield Guesthouse in kalk Bay evokes the spirit of a time when everything was done with a little more style and with a lot more attention to detail. It's a haven created to whisk you away from the cares of the world the moment you step inside...
Fully equipped two Bedroom self-catering Duplex Apartment situated in secure complex with communal swimming pool and designate parking bay. It is within walking distance to beach, restaurants and shops.
Dunvegan Lodge offers luxury self-catering or bed and breakfast accommodation in spacious sunny rooms, each with modern en-suite bathrooms, TV with satellite, telephone, hairdryer, safe and, for those chilly evenings, underfloor heating and electric
No.3 Riverside Mews is part of a secure cluster complex of only 11 houses situated in Banks road in Fish Hoek. Ideally located, the home is far enough away not to be disturbed by traffic noise yet close enough to be in easy walking distance to the...
Under New Management, A Whale of a Time is now owned by Archie Theunissen and Ivan York, two business partners who are committed to ensuring that your stay at A Whale of a time is a memorable one!
UPSTAIRS @ No. 42 is a real home from home with beautiful mountain views and conveniently appointed for a relaxing break. Drive into secure parking right at the entrance. Up the stairs you will find a lounge-dining-kitchen area - fully equipped with TV &
Come and stay in one of the original farm buildings in Fish Hoek, within a stone's throw of the beach.This self Catering Apartment provides spacious, well-appointed, up-market accommodation with magnificent views across False Bay.
Kalk Bay is a trendy little fishing village along the False Bay coast, about 25 minutes from Cape Town's city centre and midway between the city and Cape Point. This colourful, slightly bohemian seaside village offers an eclectic, charming combination of interesting little lanes, restaurants, pubs and fishing harbour where you can still buy fresh fish directly from fishermen.
The Main Road through Kalk Bay is lined with antique stores, second-hand bookshops and art galleries; seafood restaurants with gorgeous views over the sea and is home to Kalk Bay's thriving theatre. A lot of the homes here are built on the mountain and ambling through the distinctly English lanes offers one some incredible views. Kalk Bay was originally inhabited by shipwrecked seamen and deserters and it derives its name from a lime kiln, used for making lime from shells for the Dutch East India Company. There are four tidal pools in Kalk Bay for safe swimming and the train stops here on its way to Simonstown from Cape Town.