B24 Seaside Village by CTHA  Verified Listing

  • Open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. in Bloubergstrand, Cape Town, Western Cape , South Africa
    Open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area.
  • Kitchen.
    Kitchen.
  • Kitchen.
    Kitchen.
  • Kitchen.
    Kitchen.
  • Lounge.
    Lounge.
  • Lounge.
    Lounge.
  • Dining area.
    Dining area.
  • Bedroom 1.
    Bedroom 1.
  • Bedroom 1.
    Bedroom 1.
  • Bedroom 1.
    Bedroom 1.
  • Bedroom 2.
    Bedroom 2.
  • Bedroom 3.
    Bedroom 3.
  • Bathroom.
    Bathroom.
  • Bathroom.
    Bathroom.
  • Beautiful views.
    Beautiful views.
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Braai Area
Balcony
Fridge
No smoking
WiFi
Bath towels
Hairdryer
Oven
Dining Area
Cable TV
Internet access
Selected DSTV Channels
Full Kitchen
Child friendly
Linen
Stove
24hr Security
DSTV
Microwave
TV
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Area Information:
Affixed to the tip of Africa as it is, the Western Cape lies bordered by two oceans - the Indian Ocean to the south and the Atlantic to the west - which goes a long way to clarify its allure. The wild Cape Agulhas coast, the extraordinary magnificence of the Garden Route, the sparse, sweeping stretches of sand, punctuated only by rocky outcrops and fishing villages, of the West Coast notwithstanding, it is not the coastline alone that draws the crowds. The constant reassuring presence of immense peaks form the backdrop to a land so lovely in parts that the emerald lakes and indigenous forests of the Wilderness, the sun-drenched vineyards of the Cape Winelands, the magnificent passes to reach the interior and the wide, windswept arid spaces of the Klein Karoo seem part of a fantasy landscape that often defies description.

The heart of the Western Cape is without doubt the city of Cape Town. With a distinct flavour of its own, affected in no small part by the cultural melting pot of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers who each indelibly stamped their mark upon the foundations of the city, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world today.

The inner city is an eclectic mix of architectural styles that combine the past with the present in a mishmash of high-rise office blocks, Edwardian and Victorian buildings and narrow, cobblestone streets that give rise to fine examples of Cape Dutch design. It is also home to a blend of corporate and independent business that lends it a striking aliveness, particularly at lunch time when the streets spill over with a combination of lunch time diners and consequent entertainers and market stalls.

Constantly engulfed by the vast maternal presence of Table Mountain, the inner city combines with an effortless choice of white sandy beaches, must-visits like Robben Island, Cape Point and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, magnificent green areas with rivers, vleis and dams, a floral kingdom that is wholly unique to the Cape and an effortlessly warm climate that makes the Western Cape a logical destination throughout the year.

The vibrant coastline that stretches from Lambert’s Bay on the West Coast all the way around to Witsand, offers an incredible diversity. From sweeping sandy beaches that are perfect for swimming and sunbathing, where children get to splash in the shallows, to stormy narrow shores with crashing waves that threaten your very mettle but provide awe-inspiring views from surrounding cliffs, along which some of the country’s greatest hikes like the Otter Trail pass, you will not be disappointed.

The Cape Whale Coast in particular creates quite a stir and draws to our shores a uniquely intelligent and remarkable creature that never fails to ignite in those who come to see them a sense of well-being and incredible pleasure at having viewed them from so close. Whales, including the Southern Right Whale and less commonly the Bryde’s (pronounced ‘broodess’) and the Humpback Whale, are frequently sited along the Cape Overberg Coast from Stony Point near Betty’s Bay, along the cliff paths of Hermanus, Kleinmond, Onrus, Walker Bay, the De Hoop Nature Reserve and Witsand. These gentle giants spend summer feeding around Antarctica and then migrate thousands of miles to our waters where the sheltered bays of the South African coast provide perfect refuge to mate and calve.

The Cape Winelands of the Western Cape are another of the huge draw cards to South Africa that manage to effortlessly combine the beauty of ripening vineyards, Cape Dutch manor homes and excellent cuisine in valleys surrounded by indigo mountains to such effect that visitors return to fully appreciate the many wine routes and estates on offer. Many of these are within easy reach of Cape Town, particularly those in Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Wellington, but there are those slightly further afield in other wine-producing valleys - the Breede River Valley, the Swartland and the Olifants River Valley, to name but a few - that are equally inviting (see Cape Wine Routes).

The Overberg with its myriad villages, mountains and coastline; the citrus-bearing Cederberg with its incredibly intense summers and amazing mountain scenery, and the Breede River Valley that includes timeless villages like McGregor, Swellendam and Malgas are other reasons to visit the Western Cape if you haven’t yet added it to your itinerary.

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With so many resources on the internet it can be difficult to find the best information regarding Cape Town holiday apartments.
FZP offers access to a wealth of information and options for self-catering accommodation.
With us finding and booking Cape Town holiday apartments is as easy as catching a tan on Camps Bay beach.

Attractions:
* 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.

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Anonymous
26 November 2018
Amazing apartment, great host, near proximity to the beach and stores. What more could you ask for?
Superb. 5 out of 5

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Bloubergstrand Reviews

Odette Dutkiewicz
12 May 2019
The Ocean Views and incredible sunsets as well as being nearby amazing restaurants/ lounges/ pubs/ bars. There are also surfing and other water sport activities on offer on Bloubergstrand Beach.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Anonymous
29 March 2019
Everything ... the beach, shops.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Tougeedah Marston
25 February 2019
Its a beautiful place, the sea breeze especially in the morning is heavenly.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Nakkie Opperman
24 January 2019
It is close to all the attractions in Cape Town and has excellent accommodation. Also the beach is situated close to the restaurants and shops. Lovely atmosphere and beautiful scenery.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Brendan Kerchoff
22 January 2019
Blouberg Beach, Camps Bay and all other beaches in the Cape Town region are like no other beaches in South Africa and possibly abroad.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Benny
22 January 2019
The view, the beach and the restaurants.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Shanice moosa
19 November 2018
The place was beautiful and there's a lovely little Italian restaurant there that sells the best Italian food. Everything is nearby and watching the kite surfers is very entertaining.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Zizipho Nqezo
18 October 2018
Safe and peaceful. The amazing view of table mountain and Cape Town itself.
Okay. 3 out of 5
Lee-Anne Gabriels
07 September 2018
The quietness of the neighborhood.
Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Wilma Marsburg
24 August 2018
Real country feel. Lovely beaches.
Superb. 5 out of 5

Nearby Attractions & Landmarks: Table Mountain, Long Street, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Noon Gun, Two Oceans Marathon, Heart of Cape Town Museum, Lions Head, Koopmans-de Wet House, more ...