Howard's End Manor has six double bedrooms, all en-suite. Two are upstairs & four are in the garden with their own entrance & access to a sparkling, salt water pool. The manor is a beautiful old Cape Dutch style Guest House with a thatched roof, ...
Blyplek @ Central Avenue was built in 1928 as part of the original Pinelands Garden Village, finished with lavish amounts of teak - panelling, doors and window frames. Over time, different families with different needs, have developed it .
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.
The Perch is situated in the centrally located residential suburb Pinelands. We are a fully equipped self-catering cottage that is best suited to sleep up to 3 persons
We're an owner-run guest house in the suburb of Observatory, Cape Town - below the towering Devil's Peak as it runs down to the Liesbeek River. We have 8 en-suite double and single rooms.
WELCOME to BELVEDERE ON BARKLEY, a lovely Victorian house in the exclusive Silwood area of Rondebosch. It has two upmarket self-catering units with mountain views and is centrally located with easy access to the N2, M3, N1 and M5. Ideal for...
MAYFIELD COTTAGE is a spacious and sunny north facing self-catering unit which is situated in the leafy and historic suburb of Rondebosch. It is a flatlet which adjoins the main house in a tranquil, lush garden.
Sandown Lodge is a charming 19th Century Georgian House, centrally situated in picturesque surroundings directly opposite Rondebosch Park.
Rondebosch Place is a two bed-roomed, one bathroom self catering flat situated on the 5th floor in a secure apartment block in central Rondebosch with wonderful views, it is a spacious and light and bright flat.
There are 4 tastefully decorated rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Each is fitted with all the amenities necessary to making sure their guests' needs are attended to. The Knight's are an impressive double act at breakfast, which is indulgent with ...
Pinelands was South Africa's first Garden City, planned in accordance with the ideas of Ebenezer Howard of England contained in his famous book 'Garden Cities of Tomorrow', published in 1898. He suggested the building of new towns, or 'garden cities' as he called them, planned to provide adequate space for schools, hospitals, roads, playing fields, churches and shops for all the requirements of ideal living conditions.
The layout of the first section of Pinelands was completed at the beginning of 1921 and the first house was completed in 1922. Like the many hundreds that followed, it was built with a thatched roof - the only roofing material permitted at the time. This gave Pinelands its typical English village charm.
On 25 May1923, four years after the commencement of the project , General J. C. Smuts laid a foundation stone in Central Square "to commemorate the founding of Pinelands", the first Garden City to be established under the Trust formed by the Union Government and Mr. Richard Stuttaford of Cape Town.
It was important to recognise the wealth of history and the beauty of the early areas established in Pinelands and to preserve its heritage, not only as the first Garden City laid out in South Africa but as such the forerunner of town planning in the country. As a tribute to a wonderful environment with its unique "old-world charm", The Mead and Meadway, with their little thatched "Cotswold" houses, were proclaimed National Monuments on 22 April 1983. The intention was that the houses and their environment would stand for all time as a tribute to those who visualised a garden city in South Africa and had the financial clout and political courage to carry their
conviction through to fruition.
Pinelands was declared a Local Board Area in the early 1920's and in 1948 became a municipality. It remained an independent Local Authority until 1996 when it was incorporated into the City of Cape Town.
Pinelands is very central, ideal for either the business or leisure traveller and provides easy access to the N1, N2, M3, and M5 motorways. It is close to the attractions of Cape Town, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, hiking trails, coastal drives, beaches, Newlands Sports Grounds, Mowbray and Rondebosch golf courses and just around the corner from Vincent Pallotti hospital.