About Harbour Terrace
The Harbour Terrace building is on the border of trendy Green Point and De Waterkant.
The upstairs bedroom is compact and uncluttered and the en suite offers a unique open splash-shower, a toilet and basin. There is also a plasma TV in the room.
The lounge is intimate, with floating shelves and stone-packed walls which contrast with the black wood and minimalist stainless steel finishes. A modern and funky ice-cube chandelier provides backdrop lighting and the Juliet balcony allows for views of the V&A Waterfront. The corner couch can be used as a single sleeper couch, and the lounge is also equipped with a plasma TV with DStv, a DVD player, radio and surround sound.
The kitchen is sleek and uncluttered, fully equipped with modern finishes with an island prep and dining area for easy dining. The open-plan kitchen is equipped with top-range appliances such as a touch screen stove, double door fridge-freezer with ice maker, oven and microwave combo, and a coffee maker.
Secure parking inside the security complex with 24-hour security is provided. Guests can make use of the communal swimming, gym, and laundry facilities.
During low/mid season a minimum stay period of two nights applies; and during peak season a minimum stay period of 14 nights applies.
Harbour Terrace Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around De Waterkant
(0 km from De Waterkant)
Cape Quarter is more than a shopping centre; it’s also a unique piazza in De Waterkant, the former District 5 of Cape Town. This historical area has developed over the years into one of the trendiest places in the Mother City, with beautifully...
(0.3 km from De Waterkant)
De Waterkant, Green Point, announces its latest gem! A cosy yet comfortable bar to meet friends for a quiet drink and conversation, while experiencing Cape Towns hottest talent on the piano, the mic or decks, creating a great vibe. They stock a...
(0.4 km from De Waterkant)
The Hirner family tradition of quality jewellery craftsmanship and creative design was established by Franz Hirner in 1958. Today this tradition is continued by Alvin Hirner with the team at Different by Design. You can browse through their...
(0 km from De Waterkant)
In this delightful shop on the Cape Quarter Piazza you will find a nostalgic collection of old paintings, maps, books and prints. The framed butterflies, stuffed birds and tortoise shells add a quirky balance to the old cutlery, silverware, old...