The Garden Suite is named because of its idyllic setting surrounded by lush sub-tropical gardens, koi ponds, overlooking a cascading mountain stream, and with views of the ocean. It is light, airy and large (50m2), and meticulously decorated with all the modern amenities for your comfort and enjoyment. A real getaway suite where you can unwind and escape from the hectic world.
Air-conditioning and heating
Stocked honesty fridge/mini-bar
Flat screen satellite-TV
Tea- and coffee-making facilities
FREE Broadband Wi-FiInternet access
Beach towels provided at pool
Cradles / cots (on request)
iPod docking station
Luxury bathroom toiletries
King (choice of king bed or twin beds)
Garden and Ocean
Bath and Shower
Private garden with loungers
All rooms are non-smoking with an option to have an ashtray on the patio or balcony.
All rooms have double glazed windows. Curtains have block out lining.
from 1,250 ZAR
Enjoy your own private garden with splendid views.
Art and style:
This sunny spacious room features an original painting by Ian van Zyl.
From your bed, you can see the ocean, and breathe in the sea air.
Our lush indigenous gardens surround your room.
Luxury, Camps Bay Style
Our Garden Suite was recently redecorated by interior decorator, Amanda Chapman. People who stay in the Garden Suite enjoy the peaceful setting so much that they frequently decide to ‘stay at home’ to unwind and relax. It is the perfect escape – a peaceful oasis in an idyllic setting with a calm ambiance. And so, it’s quite understandable that some guests hang the ‘do not disturb’ sign up – for a few days at a time! After exploring Cape Town’s many attractions, or enjoying the bustling and trendy lifestyle in Camps Bay, it’s always a pleasure to retire to the serenity and luxury of the Garden Suite!
Your Own Private Eden and Hideaway
The Suite’s private garden overlooks a small stream that flows down from Table Mountain into the ocean. Wooden decking provides a terrace around the room as well as direct access to the stream. The koi ponds and the gentle cascading pools of the mountain stream along with the view are reminders that you are in this famously beautiful and romantic part of the of the world in Camps Bay, Cape Town – at the tip of Africa in a garden of Eden called the Cape of Good Hope!
“A Room with a View”
The room is large, light and luxuriously spacious (50 m²). It is modern and quietly decorated with light colours and peaceful greens that harmonise with its unique setting. The suite has a king size bed from which you can see the ocean. The seating areas lend themselves to your mood – whether you wish to put your feet up and laze in the beautiful bay window that extends into the garden, or whether you wish to watch the sun setting in glorious gold behind the ocean. Outside there are comfy loungers for those gorgeous lazy days where you can soak in the beauty of your surroundings!
The suite is equipped with modern amenities for your comfort and convenience – plasma TV, mini-bar, iPod/FM station, air-conditioning and free internet wi fi (which available throughout the guest house).The modern bathroom has shower and bath facilities.Ocean View House boasts of a fabulous collection of original Ian Van Zyl paintings. In the Garden Suite we have ‘The Gemsbok’ – a dramatic picture that captures the grace and soul of Africa with its space and unique rich heritage of wildlife.
A Guest House with a View!
Talking about views, there is never a shortage of that while staying with us.The guest house enjoys a secluded location and from the road you would never guess the the gem that lies beyond the gates. And from the guest house you feel as if you own the magnificent 360° vista around you. Behind you the massive 12 Apostles mountain range with its famous table cloth of swirling clouds and mist rise dramatically from the ocean. In front of the luxury guest house lies the Atlantic Ocean which disappears into the horizon. In the evening you can enjoy glorious sunsets as you sip your cocktails and decide what to do the next day. The view of the coast stretches in the south to the fishing village of Hout Bay, and in the north, beyond Camps Bay, to the famous Lion’s Head keeping its steady watch over the city beneath.