A spacious newly built holiday home located in the tranquil and secure setting of Lake Michelle, Noordhoek.
Lake Michelle provides a secure peaceful environment with breathtaking scenery. It is conveniently situated close to Long Beach, Noordhoek Farm Village and Chapman’s Peak and just 25 minutes from Cape Town & the Waterfront. In addition, there is a wealth of bird life on the estate including kingfishers. Sailing, kayaking, fishing and walking are just a few of the activities available in the safety of the estate.
Features include 4 Double bedrooms plus a bunk room/kids playroom, 3 bathrooms, I en-suite, 1 guest toilet and can accommodate up to 11. Open plan fully equipped kitchen. Equipped with washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Dining area overlooks garden and seats 12. Indoor/outdoor entertaining area equipped with BBQ and comfortable lounge with cable TV and DVD player. Equipped throughout with ceiling fans and underfloor heating. Established garden and pool.
Great Outdoors: No visit to this part of the world is complete without visiting the Boulders Beach penguin colony.
Kirstenbosch Gardens is one of our families favorite spots to visit in Cape Town. You can wonder through the gardens admiring the over 8500 indigenous plant species, enjoy a picnic or one of the regular concerts on the lawns or for the more energetic a hike up Table Mountain.www.sanbi.org/frames/kirstfram.htm.
Cape Point Nature Reserve is perhaps the most scenically spectacular park in South Africa. It stretches over the buckling, fynbos-covered hills of the Cape Peninsula to the dramatic Cape of Storms.
Fish Hoek Beach - safe swimming, sailing, sunbathing, boogie boarding and family fun.
Noordhoek Beach - horse riding, kite flying, long walks and serious surfing.
Sunset Beach and Surfer's Corner, Muizenberg - swimming, learning to surf, young families and walking.
Chapman's Peak Drive is considered one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world.
Wining and Dining: Constantia is the birthplace of the wine farming industry in South Africa. This beautiful valley boasts five famous and historic estates. There are opportunities for wine tasting at each estate, as well as superb restaurants, so indulge yourself. Try a picnic lunch on the lawns at Groot Constantia. www.constantiawineroute.co.za
Noorhoek Farm Village this shopping and entertainment village in the heart of Noordhoek has a charming character with white cottages of Cape Dutch architecture set under mature, shady oaks. Includes fantastic restaurants. www.noordhoekvillage.co.za
Simonstown is a charming historical village now features its own waterfront development, a yacht club, and fascinating architecture from South Africa’s third oldest town. Ideal for afternoon tea or a family meal.
Places of interest: Robben Island, 12 kilometres from Cape Town, has been a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment for nearly 400 years. During the apartheid years many political prisoners were held there including Nelson Mandela. A visit to the museum on the island is well worth it.
Groot Constantia - the oldest wine farm in South Africa, established 350 years ago. Historic buildings, functioning wine estate with cellar tours and tasting. Two restaurants and picnics available.
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront - development including hotels, restaurants and shops developed in the old Cape Town Harbour. Sailing and visits to Robben island depart from the harbour.
Table Mountain, this spectacular mountain which forms part of the Table Mountain National Park, dominates the city and is a must when visiting Cape Town.