Welcome to the Cape Town. Stayinsa.co.za offers
a wide variety of accommodation in the Cape Town. From hotels,
guest houses to self-catering and B&B's.
Dominated by the a backdrop of the majestic Table Mountain
Cape Town boasts a vast range of shopping styles and opportunities,
from the haggling between stall holders and shoppers at the
Grand Parades and Greenmarket Squares flea markets, to smooth,
hassle-free self-service at countless sophisticated and stylish
Cape Town city boasts a wide variety of accommodation for the
visitor and traveller alike, from bed and breakfast, guest house
and five star hotels.
Many of the world’s scenic wonders are within a day’s
drive of the Cape
Town city centre. Magnificent seascapes and panoramic vistas
abound on drives marrying the sea to the mountains accross the
Peninsula. An endless coastline studded with white, sandy beaches
lures swimmers, sunbathers and anglers to an appreciation of
a life lived in wide-open spaces and fresh, blue air. “South
Africa at its best”.
in Cape Town ranges from standard family friendly to luxury
Actually, there are so many Cape
Town hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses that it can be difficult
to decide where to stay! Try searching the www.stayinsa.co.za
website for your budget, dates, and desired rating. It's a user
friendly website where many listings have received internationally
standard star ratings (1 to 5 star), so you can trust what you
Consider sleeping in one of the suburbs. It is normally much
quieter and there is less traffic than in Central Cape Town.
The suburbs in the south, like Camps
Bay or Simon`s Town or near the winelands (see Cape
Winelands listings) which may offer better quality for a
When traveling from Cape Town down to the Cape of Good Hope
via Simonstown the traveller can visit the penguin colony at
Boulders, Cape Point and perhaps have lunch there. On your return
trip back along the atlantic seaboard through the exclusive
suburbs of Camps Bay and Llandudno.
Why not take a wine tour along the Constantia Valley wine estates,
Groot Constantia, Buitenverwagting, Klein Constantia and Constantia
Uitsig before checking out the Cape Winelands around Stellenbosch,
Paarl and Franschhoek. Go to some of the vineyards for wine-tastings
and enjoy a break at the beautiful old cities.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, View the hugely diverse and
beautiful plants and flowers of the Cape flora in one of the
most stunning botanical gardens in the world. Plants from all
of the regions of South Africa are on display, including rare
succulents from the Richtersveld, a giant baobob tree, and interesting
medicinal plants. Numerous paths wander through the grounds
situated on the back side of Table Mountain. Several restaurants,
a gift shop and indigenous nursery are also available. At various
times of the year concerts are performed in the open air amphitheater.
Art is frequently on display, including large Shona stone sculptures
from Zimbabwe. The gardens are also home to the National Biodiversity