About Dagbreek Apartments
Dagbreek Self-Catering Apartments, in Durbanville, is situated in close proximity to Cape Town, Table Mountain and the Winelands (Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Paarl, Helderberg).
The apartments are ideal for a weekend in Cape Town, sport groups, tourists, wedding guests who are looking for accommodation close to the nearby wedding venues or relocations in and around Cape Town. Business travellers will appreciate the free WiFi and Cycling enthusiasts and golfers the automated garages. Families will enjoy the freedom and privacy of lock up and go accommodation with all the luxuries of a hotel at an affordable rate.
• Cape Town International Airport (19km)
• Durbanville Medi Clinic (2km)
• Blouberg Beach (20km)
• Tygervalley Shopping Centre (7km)
• Durbanville Golf Course (2km)
• Durbanville Tennis Courts (500m)
• Bellville Velodrome (7km)
• Ratanga Junction Theme Park (20km)
No bookings are valid until proof of a 50% deposit payment has been received. The balance of the account must be settled before or on the date of arrival.
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