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About John Bauer Pottery Studio

Stay in the house of well-known ceramic artist John Bauer with his wife, Rowen, and young daughter. The establishment is art-filled, homely and soulfully decorated. A quiet guest patio is available for guests with tables and chairs to enjoy.

Coffee plungers, good quality coffee and tea are available in all rooms. There is also a range of some of Cape Town’s best restaurants, pubs and coffee shops are within walking distance to cater to your every need.

It’s situated on a quiet street in Harfield Village, a trendy foodie haven that’s safe and friendly with convenient access to the city centre, Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Gardens and the V&A Waterfront, as well as Kingsbury Hospital and Cape Fertility Clinic. We are well located for public transport.

Romantic: The establishment is filled with art work done by the renowned potter and ceramic artist, John Bauer. The art peace's add to the romantic atmosphere throughout the rooms.

Covid Safety Approved: We are sanitising thoroughly, and spacing bookings so that rooms are locked for 3 days before guest arrival to ensure no surviving viral contamination is possible from previous guests or cleaning staff.


  • Airport Shuttle
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Beach
  • Hiking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises
  • Romantic
  • Cosy
  • Bathroom
  • Central location
  • Double/Twin rooms
  • Express check in
  • Iron and board
  • House Keeping
  • Mini fridge
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Patio
  • Shower
  • Covid Safety Approved
  • Kids Stay Free
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Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Availability and pricing

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  • Twin Room with Ensuite Twin Room with Ensuite Sleeps 2 Includes: Room Only Rooms / Units: 2 Comfortable room decorated with unique artwork with double doors leading to quiet courtyard. Has an en-suite bathroom.... see more Features:  Twin beds, Shared bathroom, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Wi-Fi, Adsl, Internet Connection see more Twin beds, Shared bathroom, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Wi-Fi, Adsl, Internet Connection, No Smoking in Rooms
    • Rooms Adults
      • Double Bed with En Suite Double Bed with En Suite Sleeps 2 Includes: Room Only A comfortable room with unique artwork and an en suite bathroom, with access to a communal kitchen. Access to this room... see more
        • Adults

          Reviews for John Bauer Pottery Studio

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          Richard And Melanie Groves
          20 February 2020

          Individualistic property, comfortably appointed. Light and airy room. Would have liked a mini fridge in the room and more than 1 small towel each. Have stayed several times and will do so again.

          Stacey Rosochacki
          14 March 2019

          Like the Studio/house as is... some of the many lead plugs could be reduced

          Malcolm Marais
          05 February 2019

          I found the room that we were in to be very clean and comfortable. The new management team (Cris and Lez - specifically Lez in my case), as from the end of January 2019, was extremely friendly and anxious to ensure that my wife and I enjoyed our stay there, which we did. Thank you.

          Gloria Lekubu
          04 December 2018

          The place is quite and beautiful. Breakfast was more healthy and sccomodative. Appreciation of art work. I seriously think there should be a TV set in the room.Gloria

          Sue Malcomess
          27 August 2018

          It would be nice to have the room serviced each day.

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          John Bauer Pottery Studio is 0.9km from the centre of Claremont , the nearest airport 14.2km (Cape Town International Airport).
          *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling