Too expensive - SNQA merissa
FLOCH Laurent, Reunion
10 January 2013
After 3 days, parked in the street of Camp Street, the window of my rental car was smashed and the thief took the GPS and the face of the autoradio! I stayed 2 hours at the Police Station. I wasted a lot of time and the rental car company debit more than 600 euros on my VISA Card for that problem! It's only after that event, the owner propose me to park my car into the property.....! And it's too expensive for what we have!
Dina Harper, South Africa
16 October 2011
Thanks to Doreen for being a wonderful hostess. The cottage was clean, beautifully decorated and had everything you could ever need and more. Just a quick walk down the street and you'll find a vibey street full of restaurants and shops/atm's. Great views of Cape Town. We stayed for three nights, and was able to do most of what Cape Town had to offer as InAWEstays is centrally located. Would definitely stay here again.
What a stay!
Keith McKay, South Africa
04 April 2011
Cape Town has so many places on offer to stay - I am very happy that I found InAWEstays! Brilliantly central, beautifully decorated with the correct amount of bells and whistles. Will go back and recommend to eveyone.
Gently tucked away in a quiet pocket amidst the bustling Mother City, this grand vintage Cape Town villa offers a reprise from the exciting and vibrant city surrounding it, with a large garden offering one-of-a-kind accommodation in self-catering cottages.
The charm of this particular Cape Town accommodation venue is a beautiful example of design by famed architect, Sir Herbert Baker. It has large proportions and generous dimensions, and is a place where you can relax, entertain, or where you can simply be on your own.
InAWEstays is ideally situated within 10 minutes from Cape Town’s famous beaches, the V & A Waterfront, where designer shops are set side by side, and a mere two minutes from busy Kloof Street, with its intimate coffee shops, delightful deli’s and interesting shops. Public transport is an easy stroll from your door, and the gorgeous new Cape Town Soccer Stadium is 15 minutes away. Cape Town International Airport can be reached within 30 minutes, making transfers to and from this Cape Town holiday accommodation a breeze.
Access to the pool is easy and there are many nooks in the garden to relax and enjoy. Wi-Fi and an LCD TV with DStv is available in all of the cottages. Interiors feature many South African designers and ceramicists to make your stay even more interesting, complimented by crisp white linen and soft bedding. Serviced Mondays to Fridays, the three cottages, all set in the sprawling garden, are available for guests to enjoy.
The Garden Cottage is a private cottage with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, lounge, dining room and large doors opening onto the garden. Newly restored with underfloor heating and heated towel rails, the light and modern furnishings are relaxing and easy to live in. Ideal for a small family or for friends travelling together.
Olive's Cottage is a comfortable and fully-equipped cottage. There is one bedroom, a large bathroom, and a cosy kitchen which make up the accommodation. The gardens, with tucked away hammocks and large trees, are on your doorstep, as is the nearest trendy coffee shop or deli. There are stunning views of Table Mountain and a 10 minute drive gets you to one of Cape Town’s famous beaches or the V & A Waterfront for first class shopping.
The Studio Cottage has a large open space which transforms into a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living space, with photographs from some of South Africa's most talented young photographers and furnished with exciting new South African design. The space is modern and light and can be changed to suit your needs. Large windows overlook Table Mountain and the Cape Town nightlife is a stroll away.