About The Garden Cottage
The Garden Cottage is known for its exquisite, creative and arty French-country décor throughout the cottage. A beautifully maintained garden filled with an abundance of trees, lawns, shrubs and colourful flowers provide a natural paradise for birds and squirrels.
Peaceful, tranquil and serene surroundings provide a sanctuary for all guests that would like to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, yet be close enough to all the wonderful amenities the vibrant city of Cape Town offers.
The Garden Cottage offers three luxurious bedrooms with the finest crispy white linen and bathroom with bath tub, wash basin, shower, bidet and toilet. Fresh towels are provided daily. The fully equipped open-plan kitchen containing all amenities and a cosy living area complete with flat-screen TV and DStv for relaxation and entertainment.
A large patio, with beautiful garden furniture and hammocks provide outdoor living. The Garden Cottage is nestled in a secluded private garden, where guests are treated to an abundance of bird life , Cape Turtle Doves, Laughing Doves and Speckled Pigeons feed at your feet, while large numbers of Southern Double Coloured Sunbirds and tiny Cape White Eyes compete for a drink of nutritious nectar.
The Roberts Bird Guide on the table beside your luxurious patio chair can be consulted while you observe the fluttering of wings and happy, chirpy sounds around you. Southern-Masked weavers and Pin-tailed Whydahs search for seeds and take turns to splash in the shallow, cool waters of our mermaid water-feature.
Ample space and safe storage for expensive sports gear is offered for cyclists or athletes who participate in major cycling tours or events. Performing artists, who require both up-market accommodation close to the theatre , safe and spacious areas for parking and storage of expensive equipment choose above all to stay at.
Strictly no smoking in the Cottage.
No pets are allowed.
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