Die Company Gardens bietet eine ruhige umgebung zum entspannen in.
04 May 2013
Very Quaint and central.
Has highways close by, bussing service that is great and the city at the footsteps.
30 August 2012
Surburb lying underneath the beautiful Table Mountain next to the Parliament of the Republic Of South Africa with attractions such as the Labia cinema, art gallery, history tour and various shopping centres like Golden Acre. It is also good for hiking
20 August 2012
Daniel De Lapelin Dumont
Set at the foot of Table Mountain Cape Town’s leafy city suburb of Gardens is your escape from the hustle & bustle of Long Street, yet only a 25 minute walk to all the action of downtown Cape Town.
Making your way up through town, Long Street becomes Kloof Street as you enter Gardens. With a more relaxed cosmopolitan feel, find locals hanging out at the various cafés, health stores, boutique wine shops, trendy malls, chilled bars, hipster coffee shops & Mediterranean restaurants. Wind your way to the top of Gardens and you are rewarded with glorious sea views of the water front & Table Bay area, giving you a sense of space with the centre of Cape Town below.
The Company Gardens is steeped in history and culture. Discover what is left of the original victualling station for European vessels making their way to the East along the spice trade route. Among the century old trees you will come across statues of influential individuals who shaped the fairest cape in all the world. Surrounded by various museums, art galleries, theatres, alternative cinemas and Victorian style architecture. Gardens is always an appealing and thought provoking environment. Offering a variety of accommodation options from the famous & Luxurious Mount Nelson Hotel to Backpacker Lodges housed in classic Victorian houses providing sea & mountain views. Gardens……Cape Town’s Gate way.
03 July 2012
Willem and Ignette Grobler
Gardens is ideally situated, central, trendy and historic suburb of Cape Town, on the lower slopes of Table Mountain. Within easy walking distance of vibey restaurant and café culture. The city centre is a mere five minutes away and you’ll find yourself in the heart of Bohemian Long Street, or shopping centres and numerous other attractions such as: the famous Mount Nelson Hotel, the V&A Waterfront, Green Point Stadium, and theatres. It is an easy ten minute drive to the popular beaches of Cape Town like Camps Bay and Clifton. Cape Town International Airport is a thirty minute drive away and easily accessible from the N2. Public transport is close at hand.
03 June 2012
I would not recommend this area for a holiday spot, as it's very busy. However it's safe.
09 January 2012