There are 5 units in the guest house.The whole guest house is available to the guests. Relax in the large lounge and read a book or sit at the bar and have a relaxing drink while looking out onto the garden and pool. The modern apartment offers an open plan lounge and dining area, a TV with satellite channels and parquet floors. The en-suite bathroom has a bath, shower and hairdryer. The Apartment contains a kitchen equipped with a microwave, refrigerator and kitchenware. Two rooms downstairs offer garden and mountain views and the third leads out onto a pretty courtyard. All the rooms offer a TV with the full DSTV bouquet and a tea-and-coffee station with complimentary rusks. The garden rooms also have a small bar fridge and have full bathrooms with a separate shower and bath. The Courtyard Room has an en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
The area offers a variety of restaurants and wine farms. There is a sparkling pool for guests to enjoy and sun loungers are provided.
In Room Facilities:
King and Queen beds, M-Net, Local channels, DStv, En-suite, Shower over bath, Mountain views, Balcony/patio, Upstairs, Self-catering, Garden views, Fan, Television, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Bar Fridge, Wi-Fi, Adsl, Internet Connection, Safe, Hair Dryer, heater and bar fridge
The valley of the vines as it is known due to the splendour of one of the Cape’s original wine routes, which today is one of the only wine appellation areas less than 20 minutes from a city centre, is an effortless green lung of the southern suburbs. Its northern boundaries lie against Kirstenbosch and Wynberg Park, whilst the Tokai Forest lies to the south of the valley imbuing it with a rich lushness even in summer.
Groot Constantia, Steenberg (recently acquired by Graham Beck), Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachtung and Constantia Uitsig are five worldclass vineyards that lie along the Constantia Wine Route – the route lined with huge, old trees that immediately add a sense of entering a past dimension.
Constantia valley still boasts farm land, smallholdings and little farms against the mountain, despite the increase in the area’s population growth, and catching a glimpse of riders on horseback, in a very similar vein to more outlying areas of Cape Town like Noordhoek, is common. Despite this proximity to open land and a sense of being outside of the city, the Constantia Valley is anything but in slumber.
Restaurants and outdoor venues abound – Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in particular is a beautiful and popular venue for locals and visitors alike – there are local malls, and the False Bay beaches such as Muizenberg, St James and Fish Hoek are all easily accessible from the valley.
* Swimming Pool.
* Satellite TV.
* Credit Card Facilities.
* Parking on Premises.
* Table Mountain.
* Robben Island.
* Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
* Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
* Cape Point.
* Cape Town Beaches.
* Wine Estates.
* Karoo National Park.
* Cape Floral Kingdom.
* Whale Watching.
* Table Mountain National Park.
* The Constantia Village Centre is 2 km away, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is within 5.5 km and the Steenberg Golf Club is 10 minutes’ drive away. Cape Town International Airport is 24 km away. This property is also rated for the best value in Cape Town! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.