About Colors of Cape Town
True to our name, at Colors of Cape Town Lodge we offer guests nearly as many accommodation options as there are hues in the rainbow. Whether you’re looking to meet new people in a dormitory, get a good night’s sleep with your partner in a private double room, book a studio for a longer stay or spread out in our family room, there’s sure to be something that suits your fancy.
It’s possible to book any room on either a self-catering basis as we have a communal kitchen, or on a bed and breakfast basis. All of the rooms are clean and comfortable, with splashes of colour on the walls and crisp, white linen on the beds.
We also pride ourselves on our versatility, so if you need to accommodate a group, let us know how we can help you, as our lodge sleeps a maximum of between 23 to 28 people.
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Things to do in and around Milnerton Ridge
(1.1 km from Milnerton Ridge)
The Paddocks Shopping Centre is perfectly positioned and just a short drive from Century City, Canal Walk and the Cape Town CBD and is positioned close to the upcoming and densely populated area of Royal Ascot.It is conveniently located on the West...
(2.2 km from Milnerton Ridge)
The sugar-white Sunset Beach is paradise for surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers. It also has fantastic views of Table Mountain, the city and Robben Island. Enjoy beach strolls as the sun sets across the ocean producing magical twilight skies.
(2.5 km from Milnerton Ridge)
Milnerton Aquatic Club (MAC) is situated on the banks of the Rietvlei Nature Reserve with sweeping views of Table Mountain. The Rietvlei Nature Reserve is a haven for bird life and has a walking trail for people to enjoy the tranquillity of the...
(2.8 km from Milnerton Ridge)
The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds, SANCCOB is a non-profit sea bird rehabilitation centre based in Cape Town. Their primary focus is to conserve and protect South Africa's sea birds, especially threatened species,...