The cottage is modern and tastefully decorated and can accommodate up to 4 guests. It comprises of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen and a separate lounge and dining area. The first bedroom contains a queen-size bed. The second bedroom contains 2 single beds, that can be converted to a king-size bed on request. The bathroom contains a large walk in shower, a wash basin and a toilet.
The modern kitchen has Caesar stone counter tops, a large fridge-freezer, a 2 plate induction countertop stove, microwave, toaster, kettle, and cutlery and crockery. The spacious lounge features a dining counter area with bar stools and a flat-screen TV. The lounge area opens up to a paved undercover patio and a garden area with outdoor furniture and kettle braai facilities. The sunny garden is ideal for relaxing or kicking around a ball.
The property is enclosed with secure electric fencing, an alarm system and a fire detector for peace of mind. Off-street secure parking is available on request.
* Braai Area.
* Kitchen Facilities.
* No Smoking Indoors.
* Free Wi-fi.
* Secure Parking.
* Behind Remote Gate.
* Off Street Parking.
Named after the Tokai forest, on to which it borders, Tokai is similar to Bergvliet in many respects, although it is regarded as the ‘next step up’ the property ladder by Capetonians.
Homes here are large and set in beautifully established gardens and tree-lined avenues. There’s a wonderfully comfortable feeling here, which could have something to do with the fact that the suburb’s other boundaries are the Constantiaberg and the vineyards of Uitsig, which forms part of the Constantia Wine Route.
Tokai originated, as did much of this part of Cape Town, as a farm, and the initial homestead still stands in the suburb - a fine example of Cape Dutch architecture. The forest, originally planted by Simon van der Stel in 1694, was filled with oaks. Today it is a pine plantation, which extends up the slopes of the Constantiaberg Mountain range and provides wonderful routes for mountain bikers and is a haunt for locals and their dogs.
There are still some fine examples of indigenous and exotic trees and tea at the arboretum, although not reputed for prompt service, is a haven, encircled by trees that enchant by their very presence. Day outings include the Silvermine Nature Reserve, the Constantia Wine Route and the beaches of False Bay such as the family beach of Fish Hoek and the quaint beaches of St James and Danger Bay.
In Room Facilities:
* Hair dryer.
* Separate toilet.
* Books and magazines.
* Constantia Valley Wine Estates.
* Constantia Village Shopping Centre.
* Constantia Wine Route.
* Steenberg Golf Club.
* Tokai Arboretum.
* Basilico Steenberg Restaurant.
* Chris Nixon Bike Park.
* Earth Fair Market.
* Elephant's Eye Cave Hike.
* Stillness Spa.
* Tokai Forest Market.