About Number Four Park Lane
This gracious guest house is situated in the lovely suburb of Newlands, Cape Town, nestled at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with views of Table Mountain. It is an English mews-style house, elegantly decorated by the owner with comfort and style. This little gem is one of Cape Town’s best-kept secrets.
On arrival, you will be greeted by Martin Chirwa, the manager. Downstairs you will find a large lounge, dining room and one single room while upstairs are three double air-conditioned bedrooms with televisions and en-suite bathrooms. There is also a small work station with a telephone, fax, computer and Wi-Fi facilities. Adjacent to this is a TV room which opens out onto a deck with wonderful views of Table Mountain.
A marvellous gourmet breakfast is included, and additional meals can be catered for if requested. There is also a laundry and ironing service available. With off-street parking and being conveniently close to the airport, the University of Cape Town, wonderful shopping areas, restaurants, and Newlands cricket and rugby grounds, the guest house is an ideal base from which to explore the wonders of Cape Town.
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Things to do in and around Newlands
(2.1 km from Newlands)
Headquarters of the DHL Stormers and DHL Western Province Rugby squad, the grand old Newlands Rugby Stadium is one of the three oldest rugby stadiums in the world. Set in the ultra-green suburb of Newlands, Newlands Rugby Stadium has a capacity of...
(2.1 km from Newlands)
Fondly called Newlands Cricket Ground by locals, Sahara Park Newlands in the Southern Suburbs is something of an institution in the Mother City. Considered one of the most stunning cricket venues on the globe, Sahara Park is home to the Cape Cobras...
(1.1 km from Newlands)
Angsana Spa is an award-winning Asian spa brand that opened its doors in South Africa in 2005. The five double treatment rooms boast a luxurious Asian style, and the two deluxe rooms have steam and shower facilities overlooking Table mountain. In...
(2 km from Newlands)
Have you ever wondered how the Mother City got flour for her daily bread? Visit the Josephine Mill Museum for a trip back to a bygone era. This darling of the Cape Town Historical Society was restored in 1988. The fine iron waterwheel turning once...