Beachside Villa's success lies in its combination of ideal location, luxurious facilities and world-class service. Situated just a few minutes away from the pristine beach of Camps Bay as well as a host of posh restaurants, champagne bars and clubs, guests of these self-catering facilities are guaranteed of the ideal Cape Town experience. Only a little further afield is Table Mountain, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Hout Bay and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
The views of the ocean, Lion's Head and the 12 Apostles Mountain Range (the back of Table Mountains) are stunning from Beachside.
The Beachside Villa is perfect for honeymooning couples, families, groups of friends or corporate travellers.
Guests have a choice between the Villa, the Penthouse or a single room. Guests in the single room may request breakfast, if necessary, while those in the Penthouse and Villa enjoy self-catering amenities.
Each of the five chic bedrooms in the Villa boasts breath-taking views and excellent facilities. They are roomy, tastefully furnished and exude South African hospitality. These rooms feature the following:
Guests of the Villa have access to the outdoor area with its saltwater swimming pool, barbecue area with furniture and sun loungers. This is truly a place of rest and relaxation.
The Beachside Penthouse is the ultimate in luxurious living. An elevator transports guests right to their front door, and the suite invites them to indulge themselves in opulent surrounds. The décor has a particularly African renaissance feel, lending it a tasteful approach to local elements. In addition to a generally luxurious living space, which is equipped with all the necessaries as well as added extras, the features of the Penthouse include:
This Penthouse is perfect for longer-term rentals or for filming purposes.
Camp's Bay is a trendy suburb in Cape Town. It is flanked by the Twelve Apostles Mountains and the ocean, and is a short drive away from many of Cape Town's favourite tourist attractions. Camps Bay is home to a variety of excellent restaurants, ranging from health bars that provide quick snacks to award-winning establishments. The beach is lined with palm trees and is characterised by its white sand, large boulders and turquoise waters.
While in Cape Town, guests are urged to visit the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the 2010 FIFA World CupTM stadium in Green Point, Cape Town City Centre, Hout Bay, Llandudno Beach, Clifton Beaches, Cape Point, Simons Town, the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and the dozens of acclaimed wine farms in and around Cape Town.
Follow the N2 road signs to Cape Town, also known as the Eastern Boulevard as you approach the city boundaries. At the first set of traffic lights where the Eastern Boulevard ends and you enter the city, you will see the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on your left and the entrance to the V&A Waterfront to your right. Stay in the middle lane and follow the M62 into the city.
Continue straight on the M62 (Buitengracht Street which becomes Kloofnek Road) towards the Table Mountain Cableway/Camps Bay. As you reach the top of Kloofnek Road you will notice the Cableway turn-off to your left and the Signal Hill turn-off to your right. Pass and continue over the mountain crest downhill on the M62 into Camps Bay.
Stay on this winding Camps Bay Road downhill until you get to a traffic light T-junction at the ocean. Make a right turn into Victoria Road. The beach should be on your left.
Continue past the restaurants on your right until just after the football (soccer) playing grounds. Take the first road (Meadway) to your right. Go past the first intersection and make a left at the second intersection. You are now on Central Drive - we are house number 14 on your left.