About Constantia Valley Lodge
Situated in the upmarket suburb of Constantia, Constantia Valley Lodge offers a luxurious stay to couples or groups visiting this leafy part of Cape Town.
The lodge has nine comfortably furnished guest rooms, of which all have a variety of bed configurations and private or en-suite bathrooms. Some rooms also have private balconies overlooking the swimming pool, garden and mountains.
Families can also make use of the self-catering unit available on the property. This two-storey unit has an upstairs balcony, a living area, a fully equipped kitchenette as well as a downstairs patio offering views of the garden.
Guests can enjoy breakfast in the open-air sunroom before starting their day. The lodge is conveniently situated close to many shops and restaurants for guests to explore. This area is also well-known for its many wine estates, of which all are not too far away from the lodge.
Guests hoping to discover Cape Town will not be disappointed as the lodge acts as the perfect base to explore the city from. Attractions include many beaches, golf estates and iconic landmarks such as Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront.
Pets are not allowed.
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