Lush river banks, cool mountain forests and a central location set amongst Hout Bay's equestrian elite makes Waterland an enchanting and idyllic setting to stay and rest, whether visiting for business or leisure.
It's expansive grounds ensure each self-catering cottage is secluded yet beautifully blended into its natural landscape of secret gardens leading down to the banks of the rushing Hout Bay River, and watched over by the towering oak trees, scampering squirrels and glorious bird-life busily going about their day.
Modern fittings bring comfort and art together in a display of classic interiors in the four newly revamped full-service cottages on offer at Waterland.
Kitchen and outdoor facilities cater for traditional indoor dining and outdoor cooking enthusiasts alike, with ‘Braai Master’ Grant on hand to assist and offer tips for novice fire chefs. A lunch or dinner service delivery is available for those not wishing to cook and is managed by prior order from local eatery menus and a grocery store shopping list for stocking in your kitchen prior to your arrival.
Hout Bay (Afrikaans: Houtbaai, meaning "Wood Bay") is a town near Cape Town, South Africa situated in a valley on the Atlantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, twenty kilometres south of the Central Business District of Cape Town. The name "Hout Bay" can refer to the town, the bay on which it is situated, or the entire valley.