About Devonport Upper Tamboerskloof
Devonport Upper Tamboerskloof is a stylish and spacious home in Upper Tamboerskloof, Cape Town. This upmarket suburb is set on the slopes of Lions Head and is easy reached from the Cape Town CBD and the V&A Waterfront.This beautiful private home has an old-world but modern style. There are two en-suite bedrooms; the main features a king-size bed with a fireplace, while the second room has a queen-size bed. The main bedroom also leads to a private patio. The large lounge and dining area opening onto wrap around decks, with great views of Table Mountain and city. There is a fully equipped kitchen that extends to a scullery with a washing machine and dishwasher.Guests can relax around the swimming pool on sun loungers. There is garage parking and braai facilities. A cleaning service is available twice a week.Not available as single rooms, bookings for up to 6 people.A separate apartment is available for purposes of a separate self catering apartment which sleeps two adults but small children can be included and large sleeper couch in lounge.
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