Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea

Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea

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#3 of 5 guest houses in St. James
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Redefining luxury seaside holidays. Full sea views, garden or mountain views from our 7 spacious en suite bedrooms. Beautifully manicured gardens rich in scent and relaxation. The seven suites are gracious and spacious, delighting guests in an exclusive, stylish and luxurious manner. Rodwell House has been designed by the new owners to be a comfortable haven for relaxation. Don't forget to soak up the sun at our pool and take a walk through our beautiful garden in the front and terraced garden at the back. Simply lounge about on our gracious veranda that overlooks St James pool and the sea ahead or relax in our comfortable lounge near the fireplace with a glass of wine or cup of tea. Rent out the entire Villa for a wedding, birthday, weekend getaway, conferences or seminars. Including daily breakfast and daily servicing with the option of chef and butler services. We invite you to come and make yourself at home and enjoy all that our 85 year old stately manor has to offer.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Wifi
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Minibar
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Non-smoking rooms
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Modern
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Rodwell Road, St. James 7945 South Africa
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DGESuffolk wrote a review Jan 2015
Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom622 contributions657 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked three nights in the Rodwell Suite well over six months ago and were impressed by the website description: ‘Titanium bistro’, wine cellar and tastings, a decent gym, etc. It was also expensive, even by five star standards. So, we expected a lot.

The house itself is fantastic but it has the feel of faded grandeur and one feels transported back to some bygone era of creaking floorboards, fusty furniture and soup-spilling waitresses. We considered using the gym but this turned out to be a musty room in the basement with ancient and rusty machines. Our suite on the other hand was spacious, with a king size bed, a huge bathroom and a great sea view, but the balcony was small and uninviting.

Although emails and a welcome letter suggested that dinner wasn’t available unless for a party of six or more and booked 48 hours in advance (very different to what is still indicated on the website), we were offered dinner on the first day of our stay. But were the only guests eating ‘in’, and rather than being in the ‘bistro’, our table for two was in the rather sad and empty lounge. The food was mediocre and it was hard to imagine a professional chef having anything to do with what we ate.

Going to sleep with the sound of waves breaking against the shore was a perfect end to an uncertain start of our first day at Rodwell House. We were awoken at 6:30 by the sounds of kids on the beach, and then the dogs and seagulls commenced their dawn chorus. By 9:00, an endless stream of traffic had been added to the St James soundscape. Breakfast is held on the loggia area at the front of the house. Everything has to be chosen from a menu and prepared in the kitchen, but we thought breakfast was excellent. The layered fruit salad was a great way to start the day.

The grounds of Rodwell House have a slightly unloved feel. There are plenty of terraces but they don’t seem to serve much purpose apart from looking grand. Some tables and chairs would be good for sundowners. The lower ground floor includes a conference room with an outside dining and braai area, although it all looked dusty and unused. The lawn, on the other hand, is better tended, with a decent pool and plenty of sun loungers.

Kalk Bay has the aura of a slightly down-at-heel seaside town – or a poor man’s Camps Bay. And the weekend before schools go back is probably the worst time to visit as the place was bursting at the seams with visitors during the day time. There are plenty of restaurants to try, ranging from the bar-type ‘Cape to Cairo’ to higher end like ‘Annex’ and ‘Harbour House’, but it really is best to stay during the week to avoid the worst of the crowds.

Rodwell House is a perfectly decent place to stay – and we’d grown to appreciate its idiosyncracies by the end of our stay – but we don’t think it currently warrants a five star tourism rating. Management also definitely need to do something about the website which is painting a rather false picture of what’s on offer. However, we did like our room and we thought service was excellent. Special thanks go to Kate the manageress who was usually around at breakfast and happy to make dinner reservations.
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Date of stay: January 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rodwell Suite is the largest and has a stunning sea view,
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Steve R wrote a review Jan 2015
Algarvia, Portugal164 contributions76 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Once you realize that this property does not offer what it advertises on its website, you can appreciate it for what it is. A lovely, old, colonial family home with big comfortable rooms, a lovely garden, great sea views and friendly and helpful staff. Forget about the evening meal and enjoy one of many nearby restaurants. Breakfast is fine. But so much more could be made of this place and it obviously used to offer much more. I don't know what happened but it is still a very comfortable place to stay.
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Date of stay: January 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Go for a sea view.
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Berenice M wrote a review Jun 2013
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa179 contributions90 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It is great fun finding a grand character building which represents the quintessential local architectural style of a quintessentially characterful area. The 1930’s Rodwell House in classical St James, Cape Town, not only rivals its neighbours in representing the typical architecture of the area, but it is situated in the most enviable position, overlooking the famous brightly coloured wooden huts of St James Beach. The house is set well back from the busy main road, and views over the estate’s pool and St James Tidal Pool beyond, stretch far out to the sea beyond. The house backs onto an impressive mountain and there are striking vistas up the cliffs to the bluest of skies above.

I stay in the elegant Rodwell Suite, the scale of which is difficult to capture on camera. There are two seating areas and an indoor fireplace. A bank of windows maximises the fabulous views, as does the balcony onto which a private entrance opens. The suite has plush beige carpets, cream curtains with matching upholstered chairs, couch and headboard, and a trendy leather reclining chair. The look is very grown-up without being in the least bit staid. It has clearly been prepared by someone experienced in providing the best that accommodation establishments can offer.

What I love about Rodwell House:
The house itself is typical of the St James vernacular – a solid square stone double-storey building with deep arched verandahs and two perfectly symmetrical wings.
The setting over St James beach is softened by the long garden in front of the house, with a full length swimming pool, flanked by green covered pergolas on either side.
The entrance boasts a grand staircase and the main house and suites are full of antiques.
The House is also an art gallery and beautiful pieces of 20th-Century richly-coloured art work are displayed throughout.
The impressive lounge has a fireplace, deep red walls and matching patterned rugs.
Fabulous local cuisine is served in the bistro, or if it is quiet and cool intimate tables are brought into the lounge with a lit fire.
The service is warm, attentive and kind, and one is soon made to feel that this is one’s very own private estate.
The suites are spacious and stylishly decorated, with thoughtful attention to comfort, and with calm matching colours.
The bathrooms are beautifully modern, also managing a balance between being spacious and warm.
An enormous bath is gently back-lit with stylish lighting, reflecting down onto the large cream ceramic floor tiles and glossy fittings.

Accommodation Experience:
Sometimes once the initial excitement of a character stay settles, one also quite simply wishes for a good night’s sleep. I spread out in my huge soft bed, one of the most comfortable I have ever lain in. While I am reluctant to turn out the lights of my gorgeous suite, when I finally do I am pleased to find that the thick curtains are properly lined with blackout backing – yet another sign of thoughtful attention about the needs of perhaps a more mature traveller.

I lie there musing that some luxury accommodation brings out the worst in us – making us feel entitled, arrogant or even inferior. But other times, when we find a combination of elegance, kindness and warmth, it makes us feel humbled and deeply grateful. This is what I experienced at Rodwell House, which encouraged me to be a better version of myself. Who could have thought that my day and attitude could have been turned round so completely in only a few short hours – going from resentful and sorry for myself to feeling one of the luckiest people alive to have the privilege of staying in such a lovely place.
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Date of stay: May 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Response from Sally B, Manager at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea
Responded 24 Jun 2013
Thank you so much - it is especially gratifying to receive a lovely review written so eloquently! Our team here at Rodwell House are very happy that we were able to help you relax, and would love to welcome you back here again in the not to distant future, so that you can experience summer in St James. With warm regards, Sally
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qpr1882 wrote a review Mar 2007
Caversham3 contributions4 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My first review dissapeared from site so i am re-posting. We had booked this hotel through the Platinum Portfolio Collection and found that the hotel bore no resemblence to it's write up. The eating lobster and drinking champagne on the balcony was a no starter as their was no chef. The rooms are noisy due to the main coast road and railway line opposite. The room had no information in it, no mirror by the wash hand basins for shaving or anything else. The mirror is actually on the other side of the room behind the bath. No glasses for drinking out of from the very quiet fridge (big plus point). The tidal pool is actually across the main road and then through a tunnel under the railway line. In fact the whole place has the feel of someone who has never run or stayed in a hotel of any class. We checked out.
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Date of stay: January 2007
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Mark H wrote a review Dec 2014
Oakham, United Kingdom45 contributions67 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Well now, a warm welcome was received by us all, once the staff finally answered the buzzer to reception. We had spent several minutes pressing it and at one point we thought we had the wrong place.

The room was great, big and spacious and accommodated the four of us easily.
The view from the windows overlooking the ocean were wonderful. With the full sound of the ocean filling the room, relaxing it most certainly was!

Unfortunately, being a Bed and Breakfast come hotel, the 50% they got right was the bed and room, the breakfast was something they need to work on.

Don't get me wrong, the quality of the food was good, overall but the service was so slow! At one point in breakfast day two, we had each of us on a different course! With me asking after 15 minutes if my cooked breakfast was actually going to show up, everyone had eaten theirs! Not good considering there was only one other couple staying the nights we were there.

The gardens were immaculate and the pool saw many hours of fun for my daughters.

But here is the rub, we were charged over £200 per night Bed and Breakfast! That's five star money and this place fell a long way from five star service. It was cheaper to have stayed at the Relais and Chateaux hotels and get what was expected.

It's a shame because it had the promise, room, view, gardens, pool etc ticked the box for boutique hotel, the price did not reflect the reality though. Came away feeling ripped instead of glowing about how good it was. Shame!
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Date of stay: December 2014
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TwoJoules wrote a review Jul 2007
Canmore, Canada18 contributions26 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a wonderful hotel. Located next to the beach in pretty St James, with beautiful views of the sea and the colourful beach huts, this elegantly styled hotel made the perfect retreat. We loved everything about it. Our room was spacious and very chic, with luxurious bathrooms and lovely furnishings.

When we arrived we were instantly upgraded and even though our original room, with a nice terrace on the mountainside, would have been delightful, the move to the St. James' with a view of the beach was just great.

The whole place had a tranquil, welcoming feel and we were really able to relax and make the place our own.

Joanne and all the staff made us feel very welcome, and helped us out with everything from laundry, to days out to breakfast on the sunny terrace. It felt like they couldn't do enough for us

Back soon we hope!
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5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Tokalosh wrote a review Jan 2015
Montreal, Canada370 contributions211 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and "kids" aged 22 and 19yrs returned to Rodwell House for our second visit. This time we stayed for 2 weeks and loved every minute of it.

See my previous review Jan 2013

This is a great place to stay if you want to relax, unwind and take it easy. It has great local attractions and walks but is not located centrally for exploring Cape Town unless you have a car or have arranged a taxi/guide. This may be undesirable for tourists wishing to be on the go and see as much as possible. For us, its location away from the madding crowd, is what makes it so desirable.

Again, this is a wonderful small hotel with 9 suites. Service is personal and outstanding. The friendly helpful staff cannot do enough to make your stay enjoyable. Kate, Carol, George and Pat deserve a special mention but all the staff are outstanding.

Accommodation is extremely comfortable with large rooms. It is so quiet, we slept with our windows and balcony door wide open enjoying the sea breeze at night.

The garden are pool are tranquil and quiet in a beautiful setting.

We only had breakfast. The food was great quality although sometimes the service was slow.

One does need a car if one wants to visit Cape Town attractions.

We spent our mornings at the pool leaving exploration of the area for the afternoons.

We have already booked to return December 2015.
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Date of stay: December 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: All rooms are beautiful but the J suite is large and faces the ocean with private balcony
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Claire3382 wrote a review Dec 2014
Manchester, United Kingdom21 contributions10 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Upon returning to the UK following our 2 night stay at Christmas, and reading other Trip Advisor reviews, our thoughts echo several of the comments made previously.

- Our major issue was the lack of evening menu. We were only informed of this when we arrived at 4pm on Christmas Eve. The receptionist informed us that all local restaurants would be fully booked for Christmas. To her credit, she managed to book us in for a lovely meal at a local fish restaurant on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day itself, we ate from their standard lunch menu - nice food, but not convinced it matched the 5* rating. As we couldn't book a local restaurant for an evening meal, the kitchen offered to make us a plate of cheese/crackers (or a ham sandwich!) - a very relaxed evening eating on the floor of our room but not how we had anticipated spending Christmas.

- The hotel's website is misleading. There is a focus on the food/wine elements but this wasn't reflected in our stay (see comments above). There is no mention that evening meals are no longer offered. We agree with the previous comments - Rodwell House feels more like a Bed and Breakfast than 5* boutique hotel and therefore the cost is very difficult to justify.

- The room (Rodwell Suite) was lovely and the pool area was great. But, there was a lack of atmosphere (despite the hotel being full) and very few visible staff, particularly in the evenings. Although there were some lovely features in the hotel, there seemed to be an inattention to detail.

- We were travelling with a 5 month baby and felt the staff made considerable effort to ensure her needs were met. A travel cot was already set up in our room upon arrival and was clean. We were given a baby monitor to use (without asking) and a baby seat (which clipped onto the table) was already set up when we went for breakfast on our first morning.

- One receptionist was warm, friendly and made considerable effort. Other staff were polite but didn't appear particularly enthusiastic.

Overall, we had a pleasant stay but found it very difficult to match the level of service/hotel features with the cost. Such a shame as this place could be a hidden gem.
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Date of stay: December 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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vixi m wrote a review Dec 2014
Jersey, United Kingdom8 contributions12 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I were very much looking forward to staying at Rodwell House with our 13 month old daughter, and prior to our arrival we believed the hotel would provide an excellent base for our brief visit to Cape Town. We were looking forward to a 5 star stay featuring the levels of luxury and service which we have experienced in similar starred hotels on our previous trips to South Africa.

The impression which we were given from the website (and also through Mr and Mrs Smith and Trip Advisor) was that Rodwell House was a full service hotel, which importantly had on site dining options available and was child friendly.

Unfortunately during our stay there was a catalogue of unfortunate incidents and poor service levels which negatively impacted our time at Rodwell House, so much so that we decided to check out one night early. It also transpired that the hotel was not a 'full service' hotel, and now instead operates as more of a B and B establishment.

On our arrival, the road to access the hotel was blocked off as a result of a large cycle race (Cape Argus race). We would have appreciated prior warning about this so that we could best make alternative plans for the morning (our journey had taken 36 hours, our flight arrived at 7am and we were travelling with a large amount of luggage). We repeatedly emailed reception for assistance to make some alternative plans, however no reply was forthcoming).

There was a power cut on the day of our arrival. I appreciate that this was out of the hotel's control, however this impacted the first night of our stay, and we feel needed to be more professionally and actively 'managed' by staff.

The security system was not working and we were advised by a note taped to the door to call a telephone number for access. Our cell phones do not work in SA and so we had to wait for over 20 minutes to gain entry to the hotel (particularly frustrating due to the delay from the cycle race). We ended up shouting and beeping the car horn to secure access into the complex. At one point my husband had climbed up the side of the front door to see whether he could 'break in'

We felt very 'abandoned' in the dark hotel with little provisions. In the early evening I could find no member of staff at reception and had to go into the kitchen. The member of staff on duty did her best to assist however the level of service was way below that which I would have expected of such an establishment.

We had difficulties securing any candles/torches (we were given two small candles and a torch, both dangerous and insufficient in a room with our young baby). Due to language difficulties it was challenging arranging for our preordered supper to be brought to our room and to order two glasses of wine (we ordered red and were served white).

Overall we did not feel particularly secure in the hotel on our first night, particularly without a active security system in place. This was compounded by the fact that there was an inexperienced member of staff on sole duty in the hotel, who we did not have any confidence in managing any any emergencies should they arrive.

We were one of only two parties staying in the hotel, and there was little to no atmosphere in the hotel. Indeed, it felt as though there was no 'active management' in the hotel and standards of cleanliness in the main areas were way below that which we would have expected:
> - a vacuum cleaner was abandoned in the hallway for the first day/night
> - doors to empty bedrooms were left open with half made rooms and cleaning products all on display
> - the carpets up the stairs and landings needed a good Hoover and outside the patios all needed sweeping.

We were under the impression that Rodwell House was a child friendly establishment and so we were quite disappointed by the fact that there was no high chair provision for our daughter. A solution was reached by using a car seat, however this was not able to be secured to the chair and so in actual fact was very dangerous and I needed to hold her whilst feeding her.

When we ordered drinks and breakfast, the service staff were very polite and friendly. I would have to say that the level of service was below what I would have expected however, and I think that some training may be required. On the second evening I went to the front desk and ordered a bottle of pinotage - I was handed an unopened bottle. I had to ask for some glasses and for the bottle to be opened - I ended up opening it myself.

We are frequent travellers to the country and have been fortunate enough to stay in a number of 5 star establishments across the country. We selected Rodwell House for a number of reasons - namely that you were child friendly, had spa facilities, had a secure location and set up, have a great wine cellar (with an opportunity for tour and tasting) and most importantly on site dining options (the latter was particularly important to us and so we emailed to check this before we made our booking). We were also particularly looking forward to having a restful few days, with a little 5 star service at the start of our holiday. Unfortunately our experience and stay at Rodwell House fell far short of our expectations. Our stay felt like very hard work, so much so that we felt little choice but to check out one day early (this is something we have never done in 15 years of travelling across the world).

After our departure I spoke with the hotel manager about how disappointed we were with our stay. To her credit, she did take our concerns seriously and we did receive a partial refund.
It is disappointing however to see from more recent reviews that the hotel is still advertising itself as a full service hotel when it appears that this has changed, hence the reason for our review now. There is so much potential at Rodwell House, it would make a pleasant B and B stop over, but it is by no means a full service hotel with amenities advertised in literature online.
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Date of stay: January 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Charlie B wrote a review Nov 2014
London, United Kingdom6 contributions6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our room was of a high standard, good size and great layout. Breakfast was very enjoyable. Greetings on arrival was slightly brusque and the amenities referred to on the website, such as bar, wine tasting and meals are no longer provided. Apparently this stopped some time ago so it's disappointing and misleading to leave this still being advertised. The overriding feeling is of a great place to stay that has perhaps lost direction.
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Date of stay: November 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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10izboy wrote a tip Jan 2017
Toronto, Canada276 contributions154 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"rooms overlooking the ocean"
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TravelbugWesternCape wrote a tip Jul 2016
Mauritius63 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"See views are stunning -- mountain view rooms are extremely quiet and peaceful.."
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Witteveen_12 wrote a tip Jan 2016
Geneva, Switzerland34 contributions17 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"garden suite does sleep 5 people and has kitchen and living room."
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Tokalosh wrote a tip Jan 2016
Montreal, Canada370 contributions211 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Any of the 3 rooms facing the ocean"
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Steve R wrote a tip Jan 2015
Algarvia, Portugal164 contributions76 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Go for a sea view."
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RODWELL HOUSE LUXURY VILLA BY THE SEA - Guesthouse Reviews (St. James, South Africa)

Frequently Asked Questions about Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea
Which popular attractions are close to Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Nearby attractions include St. James Beach (0.2 km), St James Beach (0.4 km), and Boyes Drive (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Conveniently located restaurants include Satori, Brass Bell, and Kalk Bay Theatre.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea have airport transportation?
Yes, Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of St. James.
Does Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Rodwell House Luxury Villa by the Sea?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Rhodes Cottage Museum (0.7 km) and Scala Battery (7.5 km).