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Cape Town, South Africa, City of Beauty and History  by Anne Sewell
I can just imagine the thoughts of Portuguese explorer Bartholemew Diaz, when he first discovered  the Cape in 1488.  Coming in from the sea to this glorious and mountainous landscape must have been truly wondrous!   Cape Town has come a very long way from its initial stages as home to the nomadic Khoi people and later to the Dutch settlers of Jan van Riebeek of the Dutch East India Company.  Now a truly international city of sprawling proportions, all the cliches that have been applied to Cape Town are completely true - the Mother City, The Most Beautiful City in the World....  all with that stunning and beautiful backdrop -  the amazing Table Mountain.... read more
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De Waterkant (the water side) is a sub-district of the suburb of Green Point. This is the area that is closest to the central business district on the south eastern end of Somerset Road. This is a very sought after address for young professionals, the gay and lesbian community and niche restaurants and retailers.  Convenient for the V&A Waterfront- great views.
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Cape Finest Guesthouse, De Waterkant, CAPE TOWN
Cape Finest Guesthouse offers luxury accommodation in a modern setting in the heart of Cape Town. The guest house offers Free WiFi access throughout, a daily maid service, and a furnished balcony with spectacular city views. The accommodation is air-conditioned and has a shared lounge with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. There is also a coffee machine. The rooms are beautifully decorated and each features a lovely art piece. Each modern bathroom is fitted with a shower, and also comes with a hairdryer and bathrobes. Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge, luggage storage and free parking. Guests can enjoy the city's night life in Long Street, only 500 m away. The V&A Waterfront offers shopping and dining experiences only 2.5 km from Cape Finest.
De Waterkant Lodge De Waterkant Lodge, Guesthouse and Self-Catering, De Waterkant, CAPE TOWN
In the heart of the Old Malay Quarter, exclusive De Waterkant Lodge Guest House is ideally situated, with picture perfect views of Table Mountain, Table Bay and the Waterfront, in one of the oldest, most vibrant, sought-after areas of Cape Town, and only 20 minutes from the airport.  This upmarket residence, with its distinctive and original Bo-Kaap architecture lies within the unique, historical 4 square-kilometre area of De Waterkant Village with its quaint, tree-lined, narrow cobbled streets and Old Cape atmosphere.  Beautifully restored and graciously decorated in a colonial style, De Waterkant Lodge offers three levels of well appointed, spacious en-suite rooms and a self-catering annex of two apartments. The huge roof-top garden provides panoramic views of both Table Bay, with its busy harbour and waterfront, and the world famous land mark, Table Mountain.
The Charles Cafe and Rooms, De Waterkant The Charles Cafe and Rooms, De Waterkant, CAPE TOWN
The Charles is one of the most private, intimate and original new guest houses in Cape Town’s gay village, De Waterkant.  De Waterkant lies in the historic Bo-Kaap (above Town) area of Cape Town, an historic and culturally interesting area of the city. A traditional residential area of Cape Town's Muslim community, it is situated on the slopes of Signal hill. It still has original cobbled streets, brightly coloured houses from the nineteenth century, Muslim shrines ("kramats") and mosques. Most of the residents are descended from slaves brought to the Cape by the Dutch in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.  Trendy and fashionable today, it is compared to New York's Greenwich Village and London's Soho with its tree lined streets, restored cottages, spectacular views and village atmosphere.
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Gardens, City Bowl, Cape Town, South Africa
In the city bowl, framed by the famous Table Mountain and close to Table Bay.  Areas of interest are the V&A Waterfront (shops and restaurants galore), Table Mountain cableway, the Castle, Company Gardens, shopping streets, museums, excellent restaurants and more.  A short drive to many magnificent sandy beaches and the famed Winelands. 
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Cape Colonial Guest House Cape Colonial Guest House/Bed & Breakfast, GARDENS
This stylish Victorian double storey home has been beautifully restored with tiled fireplaces, wooden floors and sash windows adding to the ambience.  Creatively decorated in Colonial style ensuite bedrooms afford every comfort with phone,TV with M-Net and tea trays.  Breakfast is served at leisure on our lovely patio and for dinner there are many restaurants around the corner in popular Kloof Street.  Close to town, Cable Car, Waterfront and beaches.  Off-street parking by arrangement, German speaking management. Rooms furnished in colonial style with comfortable beds and pure cotton bed linen. One of the rooms has its own balcony and fireplace.
Dunkley Lodge Dunkley House Guesthouse, GARDENS
Dunkley House Guesthouse, is situated underneath the Mountain and in the heart of Cape Town's old Victorian 'village'    The guesthouse consists of two buildings, - the main building which dates back to the mid 1800's is typically Cape Dutch, with high ceilings and French doors and shutters.  Nestling in its own private area secluded behind a wall with bougainvilleas, banana trees, and bamboo hedges, the interiors of Dunkley House have been carefully modernised, with each room styled by the owner, Sharon Scudamore. Five spacious individually styled rooms all with their own en-suite bath or shower rooms, percale linen, artwork, flat screen TV's... 
Ikhaya Lodge iKhaya Lodge - Guest Lodge/Guest House, GARDENS
iKhaya, Cape Town's unique African style lodge, is located on Dunkley Square in the Gardens, below Table Mountain.  Restaurants, the National Gallery, Cultural History Museum, Planetarium, the Botanical Gardens and the city centre are within walking distance. The Waterfront and beaches are a 10 min drive away.  Most of our fully equipped 11 en-suite bedrooms and 7 apartments have beautiful views of Table Mountain.  We also have 24 hour reception and secure parking.  Our conference room is fully equipped and accommodates 30 people at tables and 55 people theatre style. We can hold cocktail functions for up to 150 people.
Welgelegen Guest House, Bed & Breakfast, GARDENS
Situated in Gardens, an old and established area of Cape Town at the foot of Table Mountain, Welgelegen comprises two beautiful turn of the century houses, lovingly renovated and decorated to reflect the uncompromising commitment to style of their owner and your hostess, Fiona Evans.  Welgelegen is an absolute jewel of a Guest House. It is a gem set in a tranquil, leafy cul-de-sac at the foot of Table Mountain, in the cosmopolitan city bowl neighbourhood of Gardens. Secluded and serene, it is still only just around the corner from both Long and Kloof Street, two of Cape Town’s trendiest restaurant and design destinations...Thus it is in a perfect situation, “well-located”, as is the Dutch translation for “Welgelegen!”  The Guest House comprises two Victorian houses joined by a wonderful cobbled patio and gurnite plunge pool , enclosed by terraces of iceberg roses and fragrant star jasmine.
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