About Bosky Dell
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About Bosky Dell
These charming self-catering cottages have been converted from an old homestead built in 1850 and are ideally located just a stone's throw from the Iconic Boulders Beach. Home to the African penguin Penguin Colony!
The five cottages are all individual and have unique qualities that reminds of a bygone era. All of the cottages are self-contained and have kitchens with stoves (with oven), fridges, microwaves, toasters, kettles and coffee plungers, making them ideal for self-catering. Linen and bath towels are provided and the cottages are serviced on a daily basis, excluding the washing of dishes, which can be pre-arranged. Infants up to the age of 24 months are charged at 50% of the adult rate.
The gardens leads out onto the popular walkway sporting the penguin colony of Boulders Beach. Boulders Beach is part of South African National Parks and there is an entrance fee. Windmill beach and Waters Edge beach are within walking distance of Bosky Dell and no entrance fees apply here. Simon’s Town is close to Bosky Dell and offers many restaurants and shops.
We are Pet friendly - However, please note that this is subject to prior arrangements with managemnet.
- Airport Shuttle
- Pet Friendly*
- Indoor Fireplace
- Satellite TV*
- Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
Beach: Bosky Dell is the closest seaside, self catering resort to the famous Boulders Beach Penguin Colony!
Wedding Venues: We have hosted many fabulous weddings at Bosky Dell over the years! With an incredibly stunning backdrop and a massive lawn we are the perfect venue!
Preferred minimum stay of 2 nights. 1 night stays will be charged an extra R100 per person
Please note that the rates are subject to the number of guests staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
Children are charged full rate, babies up to 24 months pay half price.
We require a REFUNDABLE DAMAGE DEPOSIT of R1000.00 in CASH on arrival.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling