A modern and spacious 1 bed apartment in an Art Deco building on Greenmarket Square. Everything you need in a very central and easily accessible location. The apartment is a short walk away from bustling Long Street, trendy Kloof Street, the culinary excellence that is Bree Street, culturally rich Bo-kaap, the peaceful Company's Garden, and the many museums and beautiful old architecture of Cape Town City. It is also conveniently near the central point for the My Citi Bus Station.
Modern and spacious 1 bedroom apartment in the heart of the CBD, with a backdrop of the iconic Table Mountain.
The apartment is furnished in an uncluttered minimalist style and is the perfect space for 2 in the midst of all the action.
The open plan layout includes a lounge, dining area and kitchen. The dining area and kitchen lead into each other which make for easy meal times while gazing out onto the city. The kitchen has all the facilities you require for a comfortable holiday including a microwave, coffee machine and washing machine.
There is 1 bedroom with a comfortable queen size bed and a high quality mattress! Sufficient cupboard space.
Separate bathroom with shower.
Guests will be given their own set of keys and have the apartment to themselves.
I do not live on the property, but am nearby and you can get in touch with me at any point during your stay. If you need something fixed, want to book a tour, require an airport transfer or would just like some local tips, feel free to contact me!
*They set up the market in the morning, and take it apart in the evening. Which means it get's quite noisy 6am-7am (with plenty of lively action and a great vibe during the day) and then around 7-7:45pm again. Being right in the centre of the city, it can also be privy to noise from party goers or the hustle and bustle of tourists. So if you want to sleep in and be merry, please rather use ear plugs :)
*It is safe. There are restaurants open till late, a huge hotel and a tiny shop open 24/7 on the square, people, security etc. Chances of pickpocketing in central Cape Town are lower than, say, in central Barcelona. But still - it's central, it's relatively touristic, and it's a little deserted from 1am - so please use common sense and be reasonable. If you feel unsure about something being 100% safe - don't hesitate to ask the lovely security person at the front door, or drop me a mail.
*Parking - there is no allocated parking, on street parking nearby only available on a first come first serve basis. It is paid parking 8am-5pm Monday - Friday and 8am-1pm Saturdays (R4/15min or R16/hr). After these hours and Sundays or public holidays are free, OR, there is cheap and secure parking close by for those of you renting a car. The place is called: The Decks - 24 Burg St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa.
Cape Town (and South Africa) is in the depths of a severe drought. Please be cautious and conservative with water use.
Some small things that each individual can do to help:
-Keep Showers as short as possible.
-Turn off the taps when not actually using the water (ie while brushing teeth, shaving, soaping up, washing hair or dishes.)
-While heating up the water, collect excess in a bucket/bowl and use for cleaning.
-Make sure you put a full load into the washing machine and dishwasher before starting a wash cycle.
- Its Cape Town, so enjoy yourself!
ตั้งแต่วันที่ 22 ธันวาคม 2017 - 08 มกราคม 2018 จำนวนคืนขั้นต่ำคือ 8 คืน