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Castle Estates

from R490
Castle Estates is currently one of the largest self-catering accommodations in the region.
Castle Estates is currently one of the largest self-catering accommodations in the region.
from R490
Sleeps 48 in 15 rooms

31 Reviews

special Blouberg Cape Town Sea Spray B109 | Cape Town Self-catering
This one bedroom apartment caters for two adults and two small children. The unit is fully equipped...
This one bedroom apartment caters for two adults and two small children. The unit is fully equipped for self-catering and is only a stroll away from the beach. The apartment has sea views from the sitting room and balcony.
from R700

8 Reviews

This is a beautiful self-catering loft apartment situated on a smallholding, at the foot of Sir...
This is a beautiful self-catering loft apartment situated on a smallholding, at the foot of Sir Lowry’s Pass, just outside of Somerset West. This is the ideal gateway to the Boland and its many wine routes.
from R600
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

3 Reviews

special Palm Villa Cottage | Self-catering Cape Town

Palm Villa Cottage

from R1,200
Palm Villa Cottage is a gorgeous fully furnished self-catering cottage located on the beach of...
Palm Villa Cottage is a gorgeous fully furnished self-catering cottage located on the beach of Kommetjie. The cottage is a minute walk from quaint village shops, restaurants, and a pub, and is ideal for a family of four.
from R1,200
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

2 Reviews

Turrakom

from R1,900
Turrakom is a self-catering family home at the water’s edge. Wake up to the sound of waves crashing...
Turrakom is a self-catering family home at the water’s edge. Wake up to the sound of waves crashing on the beach outside your bedroom window; drink sundowners and braai (barbecue) while watching surfers on the famous Kommetjie Long Beach on your doorstep. In season, you may also see the whales.
from R1,900
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

17 Reviews

special Blouberg Cape Town Sea Spray  A409 | Cape Town self-catering
Self-Catering:Beach is across the road.
Self-Catering:Beach is across the road.
from R600

29 Reviews

Sea Spray Chalet

from R1,000
Sea Spray Chalet is a luxuriously furnished, three-bedroom apartment situated in the Eco-sensitive...
Sea Spray Chalet is a luxuriously furnished, three-bedroom apartment situated in the Eco-sensitive Capricorn Beach Development along the Muizenberg beachfront.
from R1,000
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

6 Reviews

The Aerie

from R1,140
Self-Catering:Located within walking distance of the beach.
Self-Catering:Located within walking distance of the beach.
from R1,140
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

9 Reviews

Montana Muse

from R650
Montana Muse offers accommodation where you can holiday in comfortable luxury. Be swept away by...
Montana Muse offers accommodation where you can holiday in comfortable luxury. Be swept away by views of the bay below the magnificent mountains and the picturesque Hout Bay fishing harbour.
from R650
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

37 Reviews

Situated within the world famous V&A Waterfront, guests staying at the Waterfront Village can reach...
Situated within the world famous V&A Waterfront, guests staying at the Waterfront Village can reach an abundance of shops and restaurantson foot. Two bedrooms apartments boast magnificent views, accommodate at least four guests and are luxuriously appointed and fully-equipped.
from R3,900

2 Reviews

Greenmarket Place

from R840
This modern one-bedroom flat is located in Green Market Place and is an ideal option for those...
This modern one-bedroom flat is located in Green Market Place and is an ideal option for those wanting to stay amidst the bustle of the busy City of Cape Town.
from R840

3 Reviews

A spacious and newly renovated studio with partial sea views within a small apartment block....
A spacious and newly renovated studio with partial sea views within a small apartment block. Centrally located and within walking distance of the Sea Point Promenade, Sea Point swimming pool and the Point Gym. The City Centre, V&A Waterfront, Camps Bay and Clifton beaches are in close proximity.
from R750
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

17 Reviews

Lexcity Holiday Home

from R1,000
This is a lovely self-catering holiday home situated in Bothasig, about 16 km from Cape Town and...
This is a lovely self-catering holiday home situated in Bothasig, about 16 km from Cape Town and the V&A Waterfront.
from R1,000
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Krekwakwou

from R600
A self-catering unit attached to the main house, in Lakeside. We border on the magnificent Westlake...
A self-catering unit attached to the main house, in Lakeside. We border on the magnificent Westlake Golf Course with uninterrupted views of the Steenberg Mountain. There is easy access to everything that Cape Town has to offer. Accommodation is for one to two guests.
from R600
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

3 Reviews

Daddy Long Legs has five, stylish, self-catering, fully furnished apartments. Spacious and recently...
Daddy Long Legs has five, stylish, self-catering, fully furnished apartments. Spacious and recently refurbished these funky apartments have retained their old world feel with oregon wooden floors, exposed brick and ceiling beams and decorated with a hint of contemporary vibrant Africanism.
from R1,175

3 Reviews

Cape Town South Africa

Cape Town Self-catering Accommodation

Voted Favourite Foreign City by the UK Telegraph, Cape Town is one of the places you just have to visit before you die. It's an awesome city. All the vibe you want - great parties, great shopping and loads of galleries and other cultural attractions can't detract from the fact that what makes Cape Town special is the fact that it is set in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Even Sir Francis Drake, who'd pretty much seen it all, called Cape Point the 'fairest cape in all the circumference of the world'. It's a needle-sharp promontory, which - contrary to marketing hype - does not divide the Indian Ocean from the Atlantic. But Capetonians claim it does and you can often see a line of foam heading straight out from the point - possibly all the way to Antarctica - which certainly divides the False Bay Coastline on the east from the Atlantic Seaboard on the west.

And the Peninsula Mountain Chain forms a high-lying spine all the way from Cape Point to Table Mountain above the city. Most of this high lying ground is part of the Table Mountain National Park, which also includes Boulders Beach and its penguins, and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens that showcases South Africa's fabulous floral heritage as well as hosting some great concerts among the flowers. Table Mountain is the soul of Cape Town - its emotional heart and touchstone. Many Capetonians escape to the slopes of the mountain on weekends and after work as a regular - well, it's almost a pilgrimage. There are literally hundreds of walks on the mountain. Cape Town is the epicentre of the Cape Floral Region, which is a world heritage site. Another great thing about the Peninsula and its mountains is that Cape Town has virtually two different climates in one city. When the wind is blowing on one side, the beaches should be warm and sheltered on the other - and even when it's raining on one side, you may get bright sunshine on the other.

It's all a kind of yin yang thing - opposites balancing - the dark and light side of the mountain and all that esoteric stuff. And speaking of which - Cape Town is not just a beautiful city with fantastic beaches, a national park, an awesome mountain and beautiful flowers. No - it's also a great city. It's a place where residents and visitors alike work hard and play even harder.

Cape Town accommodation is plentiful and there’s something to suit every budget but it is highly advisable to book ahead, especially over the Christmas season (December to mid-February) and during the Argus Cycle Tour (usually mid-March). The greatest density of Cape Town hotels, boutique hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, guest houses and self catering apartments and holiday villas are situated in the City Bowl area and immediate South Atlantic Seaboard belt, all within a 10 minute drive from Cape Town City Centre and the V&A Waterfront. Highly desirable suburbs like Tamboerskloof and Oranjezicht spill down the slopes of Table Mountain towards Gardens, Cape Town City Centre, De Waterkant and the exclusive Waterfront. From the Waterfront the dazzling Atlantic coastline curves south, fringed by the seaside suburbs of Green Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay the ultra glamorous suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay.

Unless you tie on a blindfold and lock yourself in your hotel room, there is absolutely no way you can get bored in Cape Town. There are so many things to do. If you're into shopping, the V&A Waterfront is just one of many shopoholic's dream venues but it stands out as it has so much more - boat trips, the embarkation point for the Robben Island ferry, the Two Oceans Aquarium, loads of interesting historical buildings and some of the city's best hotels with possibly the best views in the world. Cape town offers a whole range of exciting adventure activities, great birding, awesome whale watching, historical buildings, and dozens of museums outlining the city's fascinating history and its many cultures.

An easy day trip from Cape Town, the Winelands offer great scenery, white-washed gabled farmhouses nestling in bright green vineyards, lovely little restaurants, great coffee shops and - of course - wine tasting sales and cellar tours. When the sun goes down you can choose between hundreds of great restaurants and a huge range of funky pubs, vibey clubs and a wide selection of movies, theatre and live music. Cape Town is also home to one of the most outrageous parties in the world. The Mother City Queer Project is a themed costume party in December that is fast becoming one of the most popular gatherings - certainly in South Africa - and possibly the world. And shortly thereafter, the traditional Kaapse Klopse minstrel dancers take over parts of the city streets in a tradition that stretches back hundreds of years to the era when slavery was legal in Cape Town. Don't forget to pack your dancing shoes.

Other areas close to Cape Town you may like to explore include the dramatic West Coast, which offers great birding along the shores of Langebaan Lagoon, Namaqualand, which has even more spectacular spring flowers, and the Overberg, famous for land-based whale watching. It also features lovely flowers in spring. Cape Town is not the best game viewing destination in South Africa, but there is some small game at Cape Point and there are a few game farms a short distance from the city, but they're not really up to the standard of the game reserves further north and east.

Voted Favourite Foreign City by the UK Telegraph, Cape Town is one of the places you just have to visit before you die. It's an awesome city. All the vibe you want - great parties, great shopping and loads of galleries and other cultural...

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If you are looking for Cape Town accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of accommodation in Cape Town and surrounds. With 2645 listings in Cape Town, our handy Cape Town map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect self catering holiday accommodation for your Cape Town visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Cape Town South Africa

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Cape town Self-catering, Kaapstad akkommodasie Self-catering, CPT Self-catering, Kapstadt Self-catering, Cape-Town Self-catering, Cape town centre Self-catering, CapeTown Self-catering,

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