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Western Cape Rentals(6)

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  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
5 night minimum stay
$22,785 - $32,550
per week
7 night minimum stay
  • 12 BR,
  • 8 BA,
  • Sleeps 22
7 night minimum stay
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  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
5 night minimum stay

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Recent Western Cape Reviews


5 of 5
On arrival, you are blown away by the breathtaking location, the beauty of the house, the gardens, the vineyard and its magical atmosphere. The property is huge. We were received like princes and princesses. Being a large group, we appreciated the possibility to be all together. Everywhere there is ample space. You never feel closed in. The pool, the private lake and its shore, large kitchen, gigantic dining room table and the various sitting rooms and alcoves leave you spoilt for choice. There are also all the very large balconies and corners of the gardens were one can find complete privacy. The location of the house is unique; it is situated at the end of a private road on an isthmus of land jutting into a beautiful shimmery body of water. The house is surrounded also by gardens are a labor of love and would be a wonder and delight to all that may harbor an inner horticulturist within. It is very private and there are no neighbors. The plan was to use the house as a home base and to travel into Cape Town, Camps Bay or Stellenbosch for the restaurants, bars, wine tasting or shopping but we to found ourselves never leaving the estate. In our opinion the Chef at the house could not have been surpassed by any restaurant and as luck would have it, the estate produces award winning wines which we were struck by and loved. The result was we were at a loss to think of a good reason to leave. It is a dramatic house, the light moves throughout through the large windows during the day and the way it is lit up at night is truly remarkable. The modern open architecture, colorful style, large scale original artworks does have an effect on you after a while, like living a dream, you catch yourself feeling equally bright and dressing to match. Have no concern about bringing and wearing your best holiday linens, you will find the in-house laundry service better than your own at home. On that note, it is worth mentioning also the (beyond duty) friendly and efficient staff. The house is spotlessly clean, in top condition, you will find no fault.
  • Submitted: Dec 10, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

I Was a Happy Local In Cape Town For Three Months

5 of 5
I lived in this beautiful townhouse for three months between April and July, 2013, and life was really good. This wonderful opportunity came about because the owner needed a petsitter during her two month vacation and invited me to stay in her rental townhome for the remaining length of my visa. We became close friends in the process and a tiny Teacup Yorkie will always be my dearest baby. This excellent, well-appointed home looks exactly like the photos and is very quiet and comfortable in an attractive Parklands neighborhood near to shopping malls and public transportation. It is completely secure with a privacy fence and a good alarm system. The patio is spacious and is an excellent spot for outdoor cooking and entertaining. My stay was during the winter but it was very similar, weatherwise, to my Florida home. Most days are clear and sunny, though you might see all the seasons in one day. Cape Town is truly a most beautiful place and much more than simply a city. It has many beaches and harbors; many mountains, including the ever-present icon, Table Mountain; many distinct, village-like neighbor-hoods, all with world-class cafes. There are so many things to do for sightseeing, but also, everything in the way of shopping, especially for finding good fashion on a budget. Americans, Aussies and Kiwis will feel as if everything is very inexpensive and affordable in South Africa, due to the favorable exchange rate. That's probably true of the UK, as well. I'm an around-the-world traveler, so I can attest that this country is easy on the pocketbook compared to most other Westernized countries. And yet, it is modern and safe with everything in good repair. South Africans are lovely people and everybody speaks English. How can you lose?
  • Submitted: Jul 10, 2013
  • Stayed: Apr 2013