The apartments are cleaned daily which includes the making of the beds, cleaning of the bathroom and kitchen. Apartments are serviced daily, between 10 am and 14h00, this includes making of the beds, cleaning of the bathroom and the kitchen. All towels and linen are included and are changed whenever required. It is requested that you bring your own beach towels, we do however, keep a stock of these in the office should guests need them.
There is an on- site self- service Laundromat available for use during specific hours. If preferred we are able to handle all laundry requirements at an additional cost.
Our Information desk is able to assist with information and bookings for restaurants and the many activities in and around Cape Town.
We have lock up parking facilities and our Concierges are on duty from 6pm to 6am daily, they will see you to your apartment and are able to assist you if management is not on site.
During your stay you will discover the secrets of the charming villages of Sunny Cove, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay, Glencairn and Simons Town. Try exploring by train! The railway line runs along the coast, right on the water?s edge all the way from Muizenberg to Simonstown, your closest station would be Sunny Cove, 100 mts away.
In Room Facilities:
* All apartments have Flat screen TVs with DSTV (TV reception of Sky, CNN etc)
* They also have Fully equipped kitchens, Hair dryers, Clock radios, Wall safes, Heaters, Irons and ironing board and
Whale watching - September to November. The whales may be seen immediately in front of the apartment's garden lying in the relative shallows some 10 metres off the rocks! Deep sea fishing, kayaking, boating and rock fishing ( see photograph ) is available. Shark cage diving and shark breaching trips are offered out of Simon's Town (seasonal), Walking, mountain hiking, cycling all around the local area as well as throughout the Cape Peninsula.
At Seaforth, some 10 kms from the apartment, is the world famous penguin colony and a wonderful beach.
Historic Simon's Town, a naval base since the 17th century is some 7 kms on the way to Seaforth.
Cape Point Nature Reserve is the southern most tip of the Peninsula and baboons, buck and other wild life may be observed. The drive is absolutely breathtaking as is the drive over Chapman's Peak to Hout Bay.
Helicopter flights may be taken daily from the Waterfront in Cape Town. The last Lightning jet aircraft licensed to fly may be flown in at "Thunder City" at Cape Town International Airport with other Air force jets eg The Buccaneer. The Lightning is still today the 2nd fastest jet from take off to 20,000 feet, only superseded by the F-18.
The Cable Car on Table Mountain to the top with its magnificent views is a must.
The famous Constantia wine lands are a 15 minute drive from Fish Hoek, while Stellenbosch and Franschoek are 45 minutes' drive.
The Cape Town waterfront offers shopping and dining as well activities including cruising to many destinations, both sailing and motorised is available as well as trips to Robben Island, the prison which held Nelson Mandela.