There are more than thirty restaurants within easy walking distance from the guesthouse. The range of cuisine offered includes Seafood, African, Oriental, Indian, French and Italian. Guests can tee off in one of the many high quality standard golf courses the Cape has.
South Africa's premier shopping mall, the V & A Waterfront Mall is must to see on a Cape Town holiday. Home to 45 restaurants, 16 cinemas, the Aquarium, Imax Cinema and over 200 boutiques and designer shops and two craft markets. Take a boat from the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island or enjoy a leisurely cruise to Clifton beach.
Take a cable car up the glorious Table Mountain and enjoy the thrill and the outstanding views of Cape Town. This internationally renowned landmark is now a world heritage site and is home to an entire floral kingdom.
Originally a leper colony, Robben Island was for more than a century, a notorious prison and once was the keep of our first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela. The prison on the island is now a museum.
A 40-minute drive will take you to the heart of the Winelands, where you can sample the finest wines under the oak trees in Stellenbosch. The Cape produces excellent examples of the noble cultivars of cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc.