About Willoughby Place Cottages
Two cottages offering rural charm to those looking for peace and relaxation. Willoughby Place is situated at the foot of Chapman's Peak and offers the perfect location from which to explore the far south and beyond.
Ideal for a group or extended family, Willoughby Place offers three beautiful and totally self-contained units.
The two beautifully appointed garden cottages are situated in a lush garden.
Each cottage consists of a main bedroom furnished with white 100% percale linen, a double or twin beds and a separate bathroom with a shower. Beach towels are also provided.
The cottages are fully equipped for self-catering and feature an open-plan kitchen and lounge area each. The lounge areas open onto a furnished patio with braai facilities, a great place to relax and enjoy the lush surroundings.
Small personal touches such as fresh flowers and a complimentary bottle of Cape wine on arrival add to the atmosphere. The solar-heated swimming pool and inviting garden complete the picture for a relaxing and peaceful holiday.
Willoughby Place is situated 1.5 km from the world-famous white sands of Noordhoek Beach and is just a short stroll from the Noordhoek Common where the local horses graze. Enjoy sundowners and fine dining at the various restaurants and pubs in the Noordhoek Farm Village.
Guests can also enjoy horse riding on Noordhoek Beach, go swimming, surfing and kite surfing, scuba diving and kayaking, or visit the Boulders Beach penguin colony in Simon's Town. Cyclists can enjoy various cycling routes in the area, while the Constantia Valley Wine Route, Cape Point Nature Reserve and three golf courses are a 15-minute drive away.
Only 30 minutes from Cape Town city centre and Cape Town International Airport, Willoughby Place offers a unique combination of easy access to all of Cape Town's main attractions and rural charm.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling