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The Waterclub is an exclusive residential area comprising of small well-kept apartment blocks with a communal pool. They are situated in between the Waterfront Shopping Precinct and the Radisson Hotel along Beach Road in Mouille Point. The Waterclub is conveniently located and within walking distance to many restaurants, the Green Point Stadium and the Waterfront itself.
Noordhoek is located under the southern slopes of Chapman’s Peak Drive. It has an old school farm feel to it and horses and rabbits are a common sight. It is well-known for its long white sandy beach and green leafy lanes. The lifestyle here is slow and relaxed.
Mouille Point is perfectly located within walking distance from all the major attractions, yet still chilled and relaxed enough to enjoy your break. It is a great family friendly destination, with small un-crowded beaches, its own promenade and a huge variety of trendy restaurants to choose from.
Cape Town is one of those rare cities that are worth exploring in their own right. And if you’re looking for a fashionable, central city suburb with plenty of local amenities then one of our private villas in Green Point is a convenient base for an active Cape Town holiday spent exploring the city, beaches, and attractions of this beautiful city.
One of Cape Town’s most fashionable and avant-garde city neighbourhoods has a less than salubrious history: formerly a cramped slave quarter, De Waterkant has nevertheless experienced a rebirth that would put a Phoenix to shame.
Never a place to skimp on location, the four idyllic coves of Clifton Beach lie at the foot of Lion’s Head, halfway between Bantry Bay and Camps Bay. Inter-linked by granite boulders, and lapped by iridescent blue water, these are some of Cape Town’s best and trendiest beaches.
The Cape Town City Bowl has one of the most beautiful urban settings in the world. Surrounded on three sides by the slopes of the famous flat-topped Table Mountain and on the fourth side by the harbour and deep blue sea of Table Bay, Cape Town’s inner city environment will literally stop most first-time visitors to ‘The Mother City’ in their tracks and condemn them to spending their initial few hours gazing around at the views, not quite believing that a city, and South Africa’s second biggest city at that, could have such a bold and awe-inspiring location.
Nestled between the distinctive Lion’s Head peak and the magnificent buttresses of Table Mountain’s Twelve Apostles lies Cape Town’s definitive beachside suburb, Camps Bay with its beautiful villa accommodation.
Jostling for space on the slopes of Signal Hill and sandwiched between Sea Point and Clifton is the coveted Cape Town Atlantic seaboard neighbourhood of Bantry Bay. Such a prime location provides quick and easy access to most of Cape Town’s attractions.
You wouldn’t think it now but 20-odd years ago the site of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront was a run-down and unvisited part of Cape Town’s harbour; now it’s the glittering centre piece of Cape Town’s entertainment crown and undisputed shopping Mecca.
Don’t be put off by the incongruous Welsh spelling (and there’s no need for the throaty pronunciation of the opening syllable here either): Llandudno may be named after the coastal resort in Wales but this one is an exceptionally beautiful cove situated along an exceptionally beautiful stretch of road between Camps Bay and Hout Bay, a 20-minute drive from Cape Town.
A holiday in Cape Town would hardly be complete without a lazy southwards drive along the Atlantic-facing coastal road to Hout Bay but be sure to carry on through the village and onto Chapman’s Peak drive. From various viewing points you can look back and be bowled over by the impossibly scenic vistas of Hout Bay, framed by green mountains, golden sand and a blue ocean.
Cradled between the back slopes of Table Mountain and the Constantiaberg mountain range, the fertile valley of Constantia is one of the oldest and most exclusive suburbs in Cape Town: Constantia.