QUARANTINE-FRIENDLY - cosy at this quiet and secure retreat in the centre of Cape Town. Open the sliding doors to breathe in the ocean air after preparing a meal in the full kitchen. With unique fixtures and an effortless style, this is the ideal city retreat.
“I had a wonderful stay at Dale's place and would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Cape Town. Great location with a large grocery store and cute cafes/restaurants just a few minutes' walking distance away, and it's quite close to the V&A Waterfront as well. The neighborhood is also very quiet and I felt safe at all times. Dale was also very friendly, prompt and responsive whenever I had questions about the Airbnb or the neighborhood.”
Gaze across Cape Town towards the ocean from the deck of this minimalism-inspired penthouse. With a spacious open-plan living area accented with soft greys and tasteful pops of colour, it's a superb place to have an evening BBQ and listen to music.
“Super clean, very stylishly furnished apartment in a central, good location. We felt very comfortable. The view on the large terrace is simply fantastic! The equipment left nothing to be desired. Lance is a great host. Lance has summarized restaurant and excursion tips and an important telephone number in a small brochure. Parking on the street is not a problem! Highly Recommended! Thanks a lot !”
Admire views of Robben Island and stadium from this fresh and sunny studio apartment. Located in walking-friendly Green Point, this is the ideal base for exploring the city. Enjoy the cafes and restaurants that Green Point has to offer or take a short walk to the V&A Waterfront with an abundance of supply. Both the city and the famous Sea Point promenade is with walking distance. Table Mountain and beaches are easy to reach with a short Uber ride. Enjoy Cape Towns best location according to us!
“Dennis was very responsive, helpful and detail oriented. Their home was beautifully decorated and they provided a lot of useful hints about the location and what to do around the area. Thank you very much for giving me a second home during my brief stay in Cape Town.”