De Waterkant Cottages

40 Napier Street De Waterkant, Cape Town Central 8001 South Africa
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A selection of properties with character & style. Easy walking distance of the city, V&A Waterfront and Convention Centre. Aimed at the discerning traveler looking for something different, offering space, privacy and home comforts. Fully serviced every property has kitchen, living/dining rooms and satellite TV, hifi, telephone, wall safes and an outdoor area as standard. Some bedrooms have air-conditioning and you can choose cottages with pools, roof decks and great views.
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debs64Stratford wrote a review Jul 2023
stratford105 contributions65 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If all of the properties in this group are the same as 92 Waterkant, you cant go wrong. Beautiful and well maintained house in a very safe area. Fully equipped, quality kitchen, with washer dryer. Over 4 floors so plenty of room to chill and get some personal space. Plunge pool looked lovely but weather too cold! Beds were extremely comfy with loads of pillows. Ensuites to both bedrooms were quality with loads of hot water. No loadshedding which was a bonus! Only niggle was they changed the towels and full bedding when not necessary. Waste of water and electricity. Made our beds and didnt leave towels on floor, but all still changed, even after saying it wasn't necessary. Also no peephole on side door so no way of knowing who was ringing the bell, apart from running upstairs and looking over the balcony. Apart from this, a perfect stay in a great house. Highly recommend and would def stay again.
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Date of stay: July 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Albéric de Reboul wrote a review Apr 2022
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
From the reception to the Checkout, everything is pleasant. The handling is fast and the place very functional. The landscapes from the balconies are sublime and easily accessible. Quiet and safe neighbourhood. Facilities are close, including delicious coffee shops. I highly recommend !
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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K Q wrote a review Aug 2022
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Well maintained, beautiful neighborhood with a lot of nearby amenities. You can walk to shops, grocery store and excellent restaurants. Stayed at 10 Loader St, kitchen had all that we needed. Felt safe walking around, especially during day. Only issue was the apartment had a washing machine, but no dryer, which was unexpected. It was great having space to lounge and a full kitchen, as opposed to a hotel room. I would have liked nicer towels, but otherwise excellent accommodation and management.
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Date of stay: July 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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PhilNTed wrote a review Jan 2014
Washington DC, District of Columbia187 contributions115 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This unit is managed by De Waterkant Cottages: http://www.yourcapetown.co.za/accommodation/cape-town/2-bayview-terrace.html

We stayed in this beautiful, three-bedroom home for 10 nights with two other couples and loved it. We'd return in a heartbeat.

Great location with clean design overlooking the harbor on one side with Table Mountain views on the other. (Keep in mind it is on the hillside so there's a walk up a steep incline.)

Open floor plan leading out to the modest pool (which was cleaned daily) made it great for relaxing. Just three blocks from a well-stocked market, stores and fun restaurants.

Of the three bedrooms, two were lovely and one was outstanding - really a master suite. Something to consider if you're splitting the bill evenly. (We were on our honeymoon so our friends let us have the suite.) Each bedroom had a private bathroom with a shower.

Staff was excellent and the maids were outstanding.

Luckily, there's gated parking because you'll need a car in Cape Town and street spots are scarce. (Cape Town cabs are really hit-or-miss. Be sure to size up your taxi before getting inside -- look for a working meter, permit, etc.)

Items of note:

1) There are three different types of electrical outlets so chose your adapters carefully. The nearby market has a hardware store where you can by them. Be sure to pick up a power strip as there aren't a lot of outlets.

2) There's a walking path in front of the house so it's not entirely private, but you're on a cul-du-sac of sorts so we only saw a few people.

3) Security guards in the area made us feel very safe at all hours, but do follow their security procedures (locking doors, turning on alarms, etc.) just to be completely safe.

4) While you're in Cape Town, do whatever it takes to go to the Cape of Good Hope (get a car and driver); Table Mountain (which is close-by but go early) and wine country - they all exceeded our high expectations.

5) While you're in South Africa wash your hands frequently. I managed to pick up a stomach bug and my husband got pink-eye. Luckily there's a great clinic about a mile from De Waterkant.

6) Everyone we met on our trip was warm and friendly. Such great people and hospitality.

Cape Town was a trip of a lifetime for us. It's like a bigger, more majestic version of San Francisco. We'd love to go back and stay at a De Waterkant Cottage again. Enjoy your vacation!
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Date of stay: December 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 with friends
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carmamarie wrote a review Aug 2011
Santa Cruz, California216 contributions78 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Great location, very clean and warm (was in the winter). The staff was also great. A few gripes...The beds are super hard. I asked for an extra comforter though and it was brought in right away. Put one down to sleep on top of and it helped a bit.
We arranged transport to the airport and were picked up in an old car with non-working seat belts. The guy driving was sick! He was coughing and wiping his nose on his sleve the entire time. Totally ruined the end of a wonderful trip. If not for the transport I would have given this place 4 stars. Also, we could have taken a Taxi for the same cost and not had to deal with the sub-par transport service.
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Date of stay: July 2011
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from gushric, Owner at De Waterkant Cottages
Responded 04 Sept 2011
Hi there Thank you for your feedback which we always appreciate. Although I know you raised the issue of your airport pick-up when you arrived with our General Manager I would like to personally stress that we do take this incident very seriously and have done a thorough investigation. Being a small company we do not have our own internal taxi service; we contract out to a local firm that, until your comments, we have never had any complaints and in fact only praise for the level of friendly professional service that is normally provided. I have discovered on the day of your pick-up, due to the high number of bookings with this company at this time, they, unbeknown to us sub-contracted out to a driver that we had never used before. Naturally we are not shrugging the blame but immediately spoke to the company to express our dissatisfaction and relaying your experience. All their own drivers are vetted however they did agree on this occasion that they had never used this sub-contracted driver before. We instructed them that we would not accept sub-contracted drivers that had not gone through the normal vetting proceedure. In addition all drivers that they use for our pick-ups will be given a guide detailing our standards and procedures and we have to personally meet them before agreeing for them to pick-up our guests. This we hope will go some way to make sure that this once off incident does not get repeated and we continue to provide a service that in the past has always been recommended. You mention that there are other cheaper options of transport and although our rate for private taxis hire is still very competitive we do not hide the fact that you as a guest have a choice. There is now a regular bus service to the Civic Centre in the centre of town which costs R53.00 per person; from there you can get a taxi. The average meter rate in a legal licensed taxis per kilometer is between R9-13.00. There is only one registered taxi firm that can wait and pick-up non pre-booked passengers at the airport; at present they only have saloon vehicles that can carry a maximum of four persons and cost approximately R280+/- from the airport into the CBD. From your further comments I am happy that your enjoyed your visit and hopefully if you do decide to stay with us again and use our airport pick-up you will be satisfied with the service provided. Richard Gush Director De Waterkant Cottages
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travellingtheplanet wrote a review Apr 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands77 contributions42 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We did stay at 42 Napier Street for three nights in April. The neighborhood and the outside of the house, same for living room, dining table and kitchen, are lovely, great and perfect. Same for the view on the roof terrace, absolutely stunning.
Check-in and service before we arrived were good.

The bathrooms are very old and outdated, also not spotless clean. One of the 3 vases with a plant on the bathroom was broken, but not replaced. Amenities very poor and simple, would expect a bit more for accommodation like this. For example the big, refillable shampoo, shower gel, conditioner, with a not to please leave them in the room when check out. Would have felt more like home.
No wardrobes or gowns, and no proper beach umbrella or simple beach chairs if you decide to spend the day on Clifton or Camps Bay. You can hire there beach beds and umbrella's for R60 per bed and R40 per umbrella which is extremely expensive if you know how old, outdates, broken en dirty they are.

The worst part of our stay was when we came back from a hot beach day. We've been away that day from 10.30 until 16.30 and when we came home…. the house keeping forgot to lock our door. So unbelievably stupid and a lack of interest and care.
In the house there are locks on EVERY single door and window. There are even extra gates in front of every door. It is Cape Town, it is South Africa, it is not unsafe regarding violence, but yes it can be unsafe regarding small crime and break in's. Or, if you are unlucky, it will be violent too.
I was super super pissed off. The door was just NOT locked and open for a full day. When we were only away for an hour to go for breakfast we made sure we locked everything well - for our safety and personal belongings, but also for the house we hired itself. And then the housekeeping leave everything open for a full day. Still can't believe it.

When we showed the girl on duty, she did agree that this was not good. And she promised to have a argue with housekeeping.
We did not hear anything else from her anymore. No apology, no small 'sorry', or a left message, or whatever. I don't want discount, or whatever, but a small note or a cheap bottle of wine would have been the smallest thing to do.

Overall we had a great time. Bed linen, bed side tables and bathrooms are all a bit outdated and the place need a bit of a 'fresh up'. Also, paid wi-fi is a bit 2005. Just fix a set gigs 'free wifi' for the day. Would have been a bit more welcoming.
Furthermore we did enjoy it a lot. If I could give 3,5 stars I would have done that.
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Date of stay: April 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from gushric, Owner at De Waterkant Cottages
Responded 19 Apr 2015
Hi there As always we greatly appreciate any constructive feedback from guests and always try to assist whenever possible during a guests stay. Much as this reviewer appears to give the impression that we are 5 star rated we are in fact 4 star rated. In addition 4 star rating for self-catering is different to 4 star rating for a hotel or guest house. All our properties have individual floor plans, fact sheets and pictures and every property is different; some are more traditional and others more contemporary and we fully understand all guests have different tastes. With reference to the bathrooms and bedroom fittings; the first floor master bedroom and bathroom was built from new and completed late September 2009 using modern shower, sink and bath units with stylish Hansgrohe fittings. The ground floor second bathroom is older in design, which ties into the historical period of the property. After a very busy season we do as standard check all properties and undertake any upgrades or improvements during our low season. As mentioned the first floor, which includes the master bedroom, dressing area plus en-suite, Jacuzzi deck and top roof deck including all furniture and fittings were all brand new in 2009 and the ground floor bedroom’s lamps were new in 2013. This properties linen was brand new in October 2014 and we only use hotel grade 300 Threadcount percale cotton linen. Thank you for bringing to our attention the minor crack on a small ornamental glass vase; we have immediately removed. With fast turn-arounds on properties, where we are keen to get early arrivals accommodated quickly, we can on rare occasions overlook very minor wear and tear. There are maintenance slips in every property so things like a light bulb blowing etc. can be bought to our immediate attention and we will endeavour to fix during a guests stay. We do provide basic complimentary shampoo, body wash and soap; the majority of our guests fully understand we are self-catering and located at the centre of Cape Town with an abundant amount of great shops and services for guests to choose from. You are correct that we do not provide dressing gowns which are more in line to hotels than self catering accommodation. In addition we do clearly advertise that WiFi is an additional charge; we prefer to offer competitive property rates rather than loading rates with extras that not all guests want. We have a useful FAQ section on our website that gives helpful information in advance of any guest booking. Guests can choose this extra guest service if they want likewise there are WiFi hotspots in the area and local restaurants and cafes offer limited free WiFi for paying patrons. We do make every effort to make sure we give as much information to all potential guests prior to arrival. Being in the CBD of Cape Town and not directly next to a beach we do not provide beach umbrellas and chairs; we do however provide guests with umbrellas to use while they are here during wetter months outside the properties. In addition all our properties that have roof decks and large balconies have outdoor furniture and umbrellas or roof awnings. Understandably we cannot comment about different beach vendors and the amount they charge nor the quality of beach umbrellas they provide. With regard your serious comment with regard leaving an internal private courtyard door open as mentioned our duty manager immediately came to the property with you and apologised directly at the time. She maybe wrongly felt by your response on the day plus your check-out that no further communication was necessary and you had accepted her verbal apology which she gave you in person. Please be aware however a thorough investigation was done and though the new house-keeper had left the property 10 minutes prior to your return, all keys are signed in and out so we keep a daily record, she was subsequently suspended from work. This new house-keeper wrongly thought that the house-keeper assistant, who cleans all exterior areas, was about to come into the property. Though we have never had a situation like this of course this is completely un-acceptable as we take security very seriously. Every house-keeper in every property has a daily written check-list with the last item being that the property is completely locked and secure. This form is returned to reception and given to the duty manager. Being a rear internal courtyard door bordered by high walls from two other properties that we manage is no excuse for this to have occurred. Please accept our sincere apologies once again and sorry that this incident marred your stay with us.
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marliesenmaurice wrote a review Jul 2011
Kamperland, The Netherlands9 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
When you are in Cape Town its wonderfull to have your "own" housse.
It gives you such a freedom, its a home away from home.
The service at Waterkant cottages is great, such helpfull people. The cleaning lady´s are great to. And the housse it self is beautiful. You have got your own sitting room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms with both its own bathroom. You have got a fire place and a washing machine, wich is very handy if you are staying longer... Again great place and if I ever go back to Cape Town, this is the place where I wanna stay again!
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Date of stay: June 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DGESuffolk wrote a review Jan 2008
Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom689 contributions657 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We’ve just stayed for a week at 23 Loader Street which is one of the growing portfolio of De Waterkant Cottages. We’ve wanted to stay in De Waterkant for some time, although appreciate that the testosterone-loaded atmosphere of the gay village may be too much for some. In fact, weekend evenings apart, it’s pretty laid back, and one of the big advantages of the village is the new piazza, which is packed with superb restaurants like Tank, Adiamo and The Nose. Slightly further afield, there’s Bruce Robertson’s The Showroom, which is pretentious but probably produces the best food in Cape Town. Jardine’s is pretty good, too, but service is slowish, the air-con couldn’t cope with the temperature, and it was all too frenetic for its own good.

23 Loader Street itself is a townhouse for two with ultra swanky décor. There’s a decent sized roof terrace complete with Jacuzzi, a fabulous glass-roofed shower in the wonderfully bright bathroom, a cool, white bedroom and a superb open-plan living space on the ground floor with umpteen halogen lights on dimmers, a remote control surround sound system that seemed to go into every room, a well-equipped kitchen area complete with washer/dryer, and an intriguing downstairs toilet all in stainless steel which is like having a bit of your own backroom fantasy in your own home. Well, we are in the gay village… It’s true to say that 23 Loader Street may be too much for some (actually we never did get the hand of all the remotes) but we loved it. You may also want start employing the services of an interior decorator once you return home.

But we did wonder why air-con was limited to the bedroom. Houses constructed with glass get hot and 23 Loader Street was no exception. Cape Town in mid January gets very hot. The sun loungers also got a bit uncomfortable without any cushions, but then we’ve got rather bony bums.

Service wise, 23 Loader Street was kept spotlessly clean throughout our stay, and staff seemed happy to oblige with just about anything. They’ll even arrange an in-room massage if that takes your fancy. Wi-Fi was available in the house at a reasonable R180 for up to 1gb download. There’s also a gated area for your hire car around the back of the property.

So, in short, a really stylish place with good service and with easy access to everything you might want in Cape Town.
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Date of stay: January 2008
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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motherbird1961 wrote a review Dec 2017
Preston, United Kingdom44 contributions56 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our group of six - stayed for 10 nights at this wonderful property earlier this month. We had plenty of space and privacy as well as a comfortable lounge/dining area to meet up in.
The Wi-Fi was very good during our stay.

Fully equipped as advertised, with discreet and efficient service staff. The property managers are only round the corner and offered loads of helpful advice before, and during our stay.

Water pressure was not brilliant, but this could have something to do with the water shortage in Cape Town at the moment, the Jacuzzi on the roof was not as clean as it should have been – but the property managers keep it as best they can with the current regulations in force. Most of the local swimming pools have been emptied because of the water shortage. So we were very lucky we could still use this facility at all – they may not be able to maintain this for much longer.

The roof top communal area offers spectacular views of Table Mountain and Cape Town, and the V&A Waterfront is a five minute taxi ride away, we did walk it one day – it took around 25 minutes.

De Waterkant is a good area to be based in; plenty of bars and restaurants within walking distance, and it was very safe walking around day and night, with the Cape Quarter shops and restaurants literally just down the road.

You need to be fairly able bodied for walking around the area; Dixon Street / Napier Street have very steep gradients and cobbles. Choose your footwear with care.
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Date of stay: December 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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KD9221 wrote a review Sept 2014
Leicester, United Kingdom27 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Came down for honeymoon during August and never regret my decision on choosing my accommodation. We stayed at 23 Loader for 8 nights and I have nothing negative to say about anything. We fully enjoyed our stay, the cottage is well equipped and doesn't lack anything. Location is excellent and so is the view! Getting around is not a problem and it was pretty easy finding our way around everywhere including using public transport. Bus stop is just a 2 minutes walk and Waterfront, Adderley street etc are just a walk away! 5 star rating for this place!
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Date of stay: August 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michael M asked a question Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom345 contributions165 helpful votes
How big is the safety deposit box in the properties?
Answer from motherbird1961
Preston, United Kingdom44 contributions56 helpful votes
There is one in each bedroom, normal shoebox size.
Fly_Navy_Dude asked a question Jan 2018
Seattle, Washington1 contribution2 helpful votes
Can you please provide the website for booking? Thanks
Answer from motherbird1961
Preston, United Kingdom44 contributions56 helpful votes
dewaterkantcottages com
Answer from gushric
Cape Town4 contributions
Hi there The best would be for you to have a look at our website and make use of the online booking system. Thanks
DEMLuxor wrote a tip Oct 2017
Luxor, Egypt83 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The photographs are pretty accurate: select a unit based on your needs and preferences."
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EdinburghStockbridge wrote a tip Jun 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom13 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The properties are all varied so lots to choose from"
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Irishandfun wrote a tip Mar 2017
Moira, United Kingdom267 contributions145 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Quiet area, Spar near by"
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Dunstan F wrote a tip May 2016
Durban, South Africa114 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"upstairs more quaint"
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Israelbusiness wrote a tip Nov 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel4 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"#42 was just perfect, 3 bedrooms, amazing views, comes with Jacuzzi."
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Frequently Asked Questions about De Waterkant Cottages
Which popular attractions are close to De Waterkant Cottages?
Nearby attractions include Cape Diamonds (0.2 km), Uwe Koetter Jewellers (0.10 km), and Baraka Gifts and Decor (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at De Waterkant Cottages?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, airport transportation, and dry cleaning.
Which room amenities are available at De Waterkant Cottages?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at De Waterkant Cottages?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to De Waterkant Cottages?
Conveniently located restaurants include Osteria Tarantino, GOLD Restaurant, and Pigalle Restaurant.
Does De Waterkant Cottages have airport transportation?
Yes, De Waterkant Cottages offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is De Waterkant Cottages located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Cape Town Central.
Are any cleaning services offered at De Waterkant Cottages?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to De Waterkant Cottages?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Iziko Slave Lodge (1.1 km), City Hall (2.1 km), and Iziko Bo Kaap Museum (0.7 km).
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