About Aloe House B&B
A Victorian Cottage in Cape Town’s historic suburb Observatory, Aloe House House offers comfortable accommodation at affordable rates. Both central and quiet, Aloe House is situated in a residential area within walking distance to all amenities such as two supermarkets, several smaller shops and a variety of café’s, restaurants and bars. Observatory’s train station is about 400 meters away and thus enables independent traveling to the CBD and beaches without an own vehicle.
Aloe House offers three cozy and tastefully furnished rooms. Two rooms are equipped with a king-sized bed or two single beds and an en-suite bathroom, the third room has a queen-sized bed and own bathroom. Dressing tables with power points and a hair dryer are to be found in all the bedrooms.
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