Villa Afrique has 4 well appointed rooms that have been styled for relaxation and comfort. All rooms are en-suite with showers and Victorian baths as well as underfloor heating and heated towel rails. All the amenities are in the rooms as well as a TV with a satellite channel and various others. Relax in the lounge area with your favourite glass of wine or beverage or sit at the pool and enjoy the ambience and view.
Salt water swimming pool, beauty salon next door. Tours to wine farms and Cape Point,shuttles,taxis and car hire organised on site.
Not only does Hout Bay have a good variety of restaurants within walking distance, you will also find some of the best calamari and seafood cooked this side of the equator right on your doorstep. Chapmans Peak is around the corner, which is your gateway to Simons Town & Cape Point.
Hout Bay?s beach is about 5 minutes walk from Villa Afrique, as well as Mariners Wharf and The lookout Deck restaurants and Harbour. There are an abundance of activities to try while in Hout Bay, ie; Hiking, Deep Sea Fishing, Kayaking, Mountain Climbing and Paragliding.
In Room Facilities:
Queen size bed with Egyptian cotton linen. Victorian style bath with seperate shower and all the amenities.Air conitioning Underfloor heating as well as heated towel rails.TV with DSTV and all the local channels, Tea and coffee making facility and complimentary sherry.
Hout Bay is a bustling fishing village with the harbour and wharf being in close proximity to us. There are a number of unique shops that should be explored as well as the fish restaurants and the fish and chip takeaways. There are also round the clock trips to seal island on the boats or if you fancy deep sea fishing, charters can be arranged.
The famous Chapmans Peak drive and mountains are directly in front of us and a short drive away. This is one of the most spectacular coastal roads in the world. In the valley, with its large oak trees, there are numerous stables that offer horseback trips and riding lessons. Another attraction in Hout Bay is the World of Birds presumably being the biggest bird park in South Africa with more than a couple of hundred different species.
The Whale season is from August to the beginning of November when the whales venture in to the bay.