Homey Cottage in Lush Garden
About Homey Cottage in Lush Garden
The Homey Cottage in Lush Garden is situated in the wondrous coastal village of Hout Bay.
The spacious and private cottage has open-plan living, lots of natural light, its own deck and garden, a shared pool, and plenty of bird life on over 1-acre of trees and greenery. The cottage also offers guests Wi-Fi Internet access, braai facilities, and parking on the premises. Located on a quiet cul de sac, the property has great ocean and mountain views.
Guests can explore numerous great attractions in and around the area, such as the Hout Bay harbour, the famous Chapmans Peak Drive, and the spectacular Constantia Wine Route which is just around the way.
Please note that there is a drought in Cape Town and the pool and some garden areas are not being watered. This may affect pool availability.
Homey Cottage in Lush Garden Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Hout Bay
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We offer private and small group lessons from 3 years to adult in a lovely quiet setting on the border of Orangekloof Nature Reserve under pine trees. Outrides pass through Orangekloof and into Cecilia Forest and along Disa River in Hout Bay. Focus...
(1.4 km from Hout Bay)
Nauticat Charters operates from Hout Bay Harbour and is open to the public 365 days a year. They offer daily cruises to the seal colony off the coast of Hout Bay. The lower deck boasts glass windows that offer amazing underwater scenery - a real...
(0.9 km from Hout Bay)
The perfect place to relax with friends, family and colleagues!From the moment you walk through the door, you will feel like part of the family. Warm leather sofas invite you to take your time and relax. Enjoy the warmth of the fire place during the...
(1.7 km from Hout Bay)
If you are visiting Cape Town with kids then a stopover at the World of Birds is sure to be a big hit. This bird and wildlife sanctuary is home to over 3 000 birds in natural surroundings. Scrutinize some curious species in semi-tropical aviaries –...