Port of Call
Port of Call nestles in the mountain fynbos, on the edge of the Table Mountain National Park in the Cape Peninsula near Simon's Town. Both spacious rooms have uninterrupted views over False Bay with the Hottentots Holland mountains in the distance. Port of Call has a 4 Star Grading from the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.There are two luxurious, very spacious suites in this quiet bed and breakfast. Both of the suites are spacious and furnished to a high standard. Guests have their own lovely private balconies for their use and here they can unwind and sit down with a book or a beverage after a day exploring the local tourist attractions on offer. If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy peace and tranquillity with a personal touch then Port of Call is for you. Port of Call is set in the historic naval town of Simon’s Town, close to Cape Town.Breakfast is served on the "upper deck" and comprises of fruit and yoghurts, followed by a choice of continental or cooked breakfast. Guests can choose their own breakfast from a combination of the fresh ingredients on offer each day.Simon’s Town has various beaches such as Glencairn and Long beaches where guests can swim or sunbathe. It is also rich in history and the South African Naval Museum and Jubilee Square are not to be missed. Close by we have a number of fine restaurants catering for all most tastes.We look forward to seeing you at Port of Call.
- Airport Shuttle
- Laundry Facilities*
- Satellite TV*
- Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
- 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
Beach: Port of Call is within walking distance of several small beaches. Boulders beach is beautiful with natural swimming pools formed by the enormous boulders surrounding it.
Golf: There is a golf course within 2km from Port of Call overlooking False Bay.
Romantic: Port of Call is very popular with honeymoon couples. Our rooms offer a lot of privacy and we take every opportunity to add to the romance with bubbly (to drink and to laze in a hot bath).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling