Cape View Accommodation - Guest House in Devil's Peak Cape Town.

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View of Cape Town CBD from Balcony 

Cape View Accommodation offers you guest house accommodation on the slopes of Table Mountain with magnificent views of Table Mountain, Table Bay, the waterfront and Cape Town’s city bowl.
Cape View Guest House is centrally situated in the heart of Cape Town city bowl, only 10 minutes away from Cape Town International Convention Center (CTICC), and  all the popular tourist attractions Cape Town has to offer including the Waterfront, Table Mountain and the Cable Car, CTICC, historic sites and of course the beautiful beaches of Cape Town, Camps Bay, Clifton and majestic Landudno.

The guest house has a MyCity bus that operates right infront of the premises and will transport you to any part of Cape Town.
The Guest House has Table Mountain as its back garden. Bring your mountain bike and access numerous mountain biking tracks, or just take a leisurely walk in our heritage fynbos and protea covered mountain.

Cape View Guest House is run by an energetic and hands on lady, Margie, and her son, Jamin, who will roll out the red carpet at any time of the day or night to look after her guests. She is a qualified wine maker and has a good supply of Stellenbosch wines which goes down well on the huge balcony overlooking the sea of lights of the city bowl on a hot summer’s night. Margie can assist with airport transfers, car hire and all tours. She is a qualified tour operator and provides personalized wine tours and tours to Cape Point and can arrange any adventure tours such as Golf tours, Shark cage diving, paragliding, scuba diving, sand boarding, mountain biking and much more.

Many guests that have stayed with Margie have enjoyed it so much and have been looked after so well that they refuse to stay any where else. So if you are looking for a little slice of comfortable heaven look no further and come stay with us at Cape View Accommodation.

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 GPS co-ordinates: -33. 937 28; 18. 429 43