Hout Bay Pets by arrangement Accommodation4.8 - 11 Guest Reviews
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Table Mountain, Long Street, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Two Oceans Marathon, Lions Head, Castle of Good Hope, District Six Museum, Groot Constantia, Newlands Brewery, Holocaust Centre, Rhodes Memorial, The Company's Garden, Greenmarket Square, South African Museum and Planetarium, Newlands Stadium, South African National Gallery , Orange Kloof, Long Street Baths, Hout Bay Leopard, Signal Hill, Duiker Island, St George's Cathedral, Cape Point Vineyards Estate, Hout Bay Market, World of Birds
Hout Bay Reviews
We had a wonderful time e.g. at the market.
Beaches, restaurants, friendly people.
The views, everything.
We have always loved Hout Bay.
I love everything about Hout Bay and about. The hosts are very welcoming and the presentation of everything was up to standard. The breakfast is delicious 😋😋😋
We have always loved Hout Bay. Scenic, peaceful, lovely eateries and shops.
A secluded little town with tranquil seas, a place to reflect and be close to all amenities needed.
Lovely beach and restaurants near by, surrounded by scenic mountains.
The beauty of the trees as you’re driving towards your destination.
The braai facilities, the views, the sound of the ocean...there were many special moments. The location is very convenient and close to all shopping centers. The harbor and restaurant comes highly recommended.
More info about Hout Bay
Hout Bay is a place of great beauty. Stretching along a river in a valley surrounded by magnificent mountains, it faces a wide sweep of white beach on a heavenly blue bay.
A small seaside town on the Atlantic Ocean, it is surrounded by dramatic scenery and nature reserves, about half an hour’s drive out of Cape Town.
Hout Bay has some of the most exquisite views of the Cape and is accessible from three mountain passes, Suikerbossie, Constantia Nek and Chapman’s Peak. The mountains shelter the bay, soaring up on one side to the Sentinel, and the rocky cliffs of Chapman’s Peak on the other side.
The quaint little town developed from a fishing village. Hout Bay is a popular seaside resort as well as one of the busiest harbours in the Western Cape. With a working fishing fleet, it is an important centre of the snoek, tuna and crayfish industry. The boats can be... Show more