ผู้เข้าพัก 10 คน
Beautifully renovated large old Victorian home at the foot of Devil's Peak.
This is a beautiful family home, in spacious Victorian proportions. There are 3 single and 2 double - light, sunny bedrooms. Extra beds are available for the single rooms or in the study if required. A modern kitchen with sunny eating area, seating 8, an open plan link to (formal) dining area, seating 10 and comfortable lounge with leather couch and chairs. Three bathrooms on the ground floor. Upstairs is a loft area comprising a bedroom and bathroom and an open plan study and a TV lounge area with lovely views of the mountain. Wooden floors throughout.
Natural swimming pool. Satellite TV. Wireless Internet. Modern kitchen / laundry and the run of the house.
I don't plan to be here but a care-taker is on the premises (in a separate flat), who can help sort out any queries or issues.
It's really close the action of the City but quiet and green. Its 5 minutes walk out the back gate onto the mountain. We are surrounded by the University of Cape Town campus and within walking distance of grocery stores and the Baxter Theatre - one of Cape Town's premier live theatre venues.
We are 2 minutes walk from the Rosebank Train Station. Access to the N2, M3 and N1 highways is really easy and convenient to take you to the beach, the city or into the wine-lands
Off street, secure parking and automated gates
Guest have access to everything except the garage and the flat
We will be out of town. But Gert, who lives in a separate flat on the property will be available if needed to help you find your way around
Care taker on the property in a separate flat.
None. Our expectation is simply suitable, normal levels of respect and responsibility.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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Father of three, happily married (to their mother). Trained as a lawyer but at heart a frustrated architect. Have had three careers: first as a human rights lawyer, then as a manager of development aid in public (governance) education and most recently running a non-profit company working on climate change and energy. Have lived in Kenya and the States, and travelled extensively in Africa and Europe. Happiest when enmeshed in building renovation projects, of which our beautiful old Victorian house is the most endearing. We have a relaxed and slightly eccentric life - two dogs and lots of teenagers who come and go.