About The Walden House
Nestled against the backdrop of the majestic Table Mountain lies The Walden House. Built in the 1900s, this gracious Victorian home and garden suites, has been restored to it's original splendour and refurbished with the most elegant finishes. It features a Colonial style, with a touch of Africa and an open ambience without any clutter, with each piece of furniture selected with a purpose.Seven elegant en-suite rooms offer a unique and private setting in Colonial style. Four of the rooms also offer direct access to the beautiful garden. The Honeymoon Suite has a cosy fireplace, a large Victorian bathroom with separate shower and toilet, and direct access to the balcony with mountain views. All the bathrooms are luxurious, with heated towel rails and brass fixtures, and each room also includes a television, bar fridge, safe, Wi-Fi connection and air-conditioning.Whether on holiday or business, a stay at The Walden House will change your outlook forever.
All reservations must be confirmed with a 50% deposit.
Please note provisional bookings will not be held longer that 7 days, unless arranged with management.
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