Four Rosmead Boutique Guesthouse

This exclusive guesthouse is tucked into the slopes of Table Mountain, in the select residential suburb of Oranjezicht, within walking distance of the city centre. There are 360-degree views of the mountain, Lions Head, Signal Hill, Table Bay and the city and you’re close to the vibrant Kloof Street, which is great for restaurants and cafés.

Choose from eight beautifully furnished rooms, and a lovely cottage which features its own courtyard and garden. Enjoy delicious breakfasts on the veranda or in the elegant dining room, and relax on a comfy lounger by the pool.

There’s even a Pamper Spa, offering a great selection of stress-relieving and treatments. Go on, indulge yourself.

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Derwent House Boutique Hotel

This is one of Cape Town’s most inviting guesthouses, combining chic, contemporary elegance with a fun and relaxing atmosphere. It’s also incredibly well located just off the trendiest street in town, between the city centre and Table Mountain. There’s a great choice of bars, restaurants and shopping on Kloof Street, just two minutes away, and the cable car to the top of Table Mountain is a four-minute drive away. Not only that, but the V&A Waterfront, the Convention Centre and the beaches are all an easy cab ride from here.

There’s a total of 10 rooms and one apartment, with staff on hand to ensure the perfect stay.

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Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel

Located in the heart of the city, the Cape Cadogan offers you total convenience and luxury. Just a few steps away is the lively Kloof Street, with its cafes, restaurants and stylish bars, and most of the city accessible on foot. What’s more, Table Mountain, the V&V Waterfront, and the beaches of Camps Bay are just a short drive away, too.

The hotel itself is a stately, double-storey Georgian and Victorian building dating back to the start of the 19th-Century. It was originally a farmhouse which was ‘Victorianised’ in 1912, and declared a national monument in 1984.

The reception areas are individually decorated, and designed for comfort and tranquility, with an Oscar Wilde theme. In the public areas you’ll find a comfortable lounge with an open fireplace, a garden and pool area, and a library where you can relax with a good book.

There are 12 luxurious en suite bedrooms, decorated with an eclectic mix of contemporary and antique furniture, using dramatic fabrics for an added touch of flair.

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2 inn1 Kensington Boutique Guest House

This stylishly renovated boutique guesthouse is located in the prestigious suburb of Oranjezicht, flanked by the imposing slopes of Table Mountain and Lion’s Head. Overlooking Leeuwenhof Estate the wooded parkland residence of the Premier of the Western Cape. 2inn1 Kensington combines the look of a stylishly remodeled Victorian house, with a modern designed bungalow.

It’s within walking distance of the vibrant Kloof Street coffee shops, bars and restaurants, and very close to all of Cape Town’s main attractions like the Waterfront, Table Mountain, Lion's Head, Signal Hill, the beaches and city centre.

There are six luxurious rooms, three standard rooms and an apartment to choose from – the luxury rooms having balconies and the standard rooms equipped with terraces. At the heart of the place is it’s tranquil garden, sun-kissed pool area and sheltered terraces, offering panoramic views of the surroundings. Enjoy delicious breakfasts, snacks and complimentary sundowners by the pool, hosted by a dedicated team.

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O on Kloof Boutique Hotel and Spa

Slick urban design and shimmering sea views are what you’ll find at this sophisticated city sanctuary. This small hotel is perched on the mountainside, just below the iconic Lion’s Head Mountain overlooking the vibrant and picturesque Bantry Bay. What’s more, the bustling V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain, Signal Hill and the beautiful beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are all within easy reach.

There are just eight rooms (two suites and six luxury rooms) to choose from, with helpful, friendly staff creating a personal, welcoming atmosphere.

The interior here is a warm blend of creams, brown and blacks, the rooms decorated in sumptuous neutral tones, slick dark furniture, flat screen TVs, under floor heating and strategically placed windows to maximise the mountain and sea views. Suites feature heated Jacuzzis on private balconies, ideal for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.

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Cape Grace Hotel

This newly refashioned hotel delivers all the creature comforts you’d expect from world class luxury accommodation plus lots of little extras. Located in the centre of the V&A Waterfront, on our very own private quay, it’s within easy reach of the city’s most popular shopping and tourist attractions.

Each of the 120 custom-decorated guest rooms and suites are equipped with all the elegant touches you need for a relaxing stay.

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Vineyard Hotel & Spa

Tucked away in six acres of landscaped parkland on the banks of the Liesbeek River, the vineyard boasts over 200 years of history. It’s located in the lush, leafy suburb of Newlands, within easy walking distance of the swanky Cavendish Shopping Centre and just 10 minutes away from the city centre and V&A Waterfront.

The hotel is filled with works by leading South African artists, with 207 rooms ranging from single to family suites offering mountain and courtyard views. There two outstanding restaurants to choose from: “the Square ) a great favourite for breakfast and dinner, as well as a popular sushi bar) and Myoga Restaurant (renowned for its contemporary fusion cuisine).

Other facilities include two heated pools, one outdoor surrounded by loungers and one indoor, a health and fitness centre and an international Angsana Spa operated by the world renowned Banyan Tree Group.

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The Mount Nelson Hotel

Operated by Orient-Express, this is the most iconic luxury hotel in Cape Town. Set at the foot of Table Mountain, Mount Nelson Hotel is perfectly placed for you to experience the historic city centre and the resurgence of what many people refer to as the ‘new Cape Town’ - the trendy areas of Kloof and Long Street. It’s also conveniently close to the bustling V&A Waterfront and some of Cape Town’s best beaches, but situated on a lush gardens estate, ensuring total peace and tranquility.

Luxury and excellent service are guaranteed, with six individual accommodation wings, private gardens and facilities. The 201 spacious rooms and suites are individually decorated and of course, equipped with the latest in 21st-century conveniences.

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Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa

This luxury five-star boutique hotel is perched on the edge of Africa. On one side, a line of majestic mountains; The Twelve Apostles, reaches up towards the sky; on the other, the sun sets on breeching whales, playful dolphins, and crashing Atlantic rollers. In a word: spectacular.

There are wilderness trails all around, making it ideal for quiet walks in Table Mountain National Park and the staff will even pack you a picnic.

All that tranquility, and it’s only around 15 minutes from the theatres, art galleries, shops and restaurants of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront,  accessible the hotel’s complimentary transfer service.

Even closer is the elegant area of Camps Bay, with its beautiful golden beaches. Or, if you prefer adventure to sun-soaked relaxation, the hotel can arrange sea fishing, shark and scuba diving, or whale watching trips.

There are 55 deluxe guest rooms and 15 luxurious suites to choose from; the hard bit is deciding whether you want one overlooking the mountains or the sea.

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  • Table Mountain
  • Robben Island
  • The scenic beaches at Camps Bay and Bloubergstrand
  • Shopping at Greenmarket Square
  • The V&A Waterfront in the harbour
  • Breathtaking Chapman’s Peak drive along the rocky cliffs overlooking the ocean
  • Cape Point - where two oceans meet

When to Escape

Thanks to its coastal position, Cape Town enjoys a temperate, Mediterranean-type climate for most of the year. Summers can be very hot, but are often balanced by a cool sea breeze. Mid-winter can be very cold, with snow falling in the surrounding mountains. Whichever time of year you choose to visit Cape Town, however, don’t be surprised if you end up experiencing four seasons in one day, it’s renowned for it.

Mid-October to March

This is Cape Town’s summer, with temperatures varying from mid-20s to mid-30 degrees Celsius, with little rain. Days are long and perfect for evening entertainment, sundowners and long days on the beach.


This is autumn in the southern hemisphere. Daytime temperatures are pleasant, cooling towards evening, making it more enjoyable if you’re not a lover of heat. At this time of year, the colours of the many vineyards in the Constantia valley and Stellenbosch are a beautiful sight.


This is spring in Cape Town, when the famous west coast flowers put on a dazzling display of colour and whale watching is at its best.

Whale watching along the coast, especially at Hermanus, runs from June to November.

This place makes a really exciting short break from the UK whether for three days or more.  You’ve got sunshine, beaches, fab restaurants and bars, a huge choice of accommodation and amazing day trips on your doorstep (make sure you go to the Winelands!)”


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