About Aurora Views
A stay in this opulent Gordon's Bay villa will enchant guests and is sure to be a memorable one. Boasting contemporary and classic decor elements, guests will be met with lovely bedrooms and living spaces, while this home is also very private. From here, guests are positioned a short drive from the Cape Winelands as well as Gordon's Bay’s popular harbour setting.
A large, private garden makes up the front of the property, with the striking Hottentots-Holland Mountains as a backdrop. The main home is very large and modern, and can accommodate six guests in its three bedrooms, while the additional self-contained cottage boasts another bedroom and opens up onto a terrace that leads to the garden – in total, Aurora Views can accommodate eight guests.
Each bedroom is air-conditioned, modern and very chic, while the bathrooms all have underfloor heating and classic design elements. Complimentary Wi-Fi and DStv connection is made available to guests, and there is also secure parking available.
Stunning ocean views set the tone for dinner parties or family lunches on the spacious balcony, while a more formal dining room is ideal for cooler evenings or more intimate occasions. The fully-equipped kitchen is perfect for cooking and is very spacious, with large windows that display views of the garden – a separate scullery section is complete with all the necessary appliances for convenience, such as a washing machine and dishwasher.
Gordon's Bay is about 1 hour’s drive from Cape Town city centre, while nearby attractions also include the Cheetah Outreach in Somerset West and Bikini Beach, located a short 5 minute drive from Aurora Views holiday villa.
Rates are quoted per day.
R 2500 refundable damage deposit hold.
Advertised rates and minimum stays are seasonal.
Bookings of 8 nights and longer will include a compulsory mid stay clean with fresh linen, this will be an additional charge payable to the property manager.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling