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      Cape Cadogan

      A Farmouse. A Victorian Mansion. An Historic Hotel. An Incredible Base for Exploring Cape Town.

      The Cape Cadogan is a stately two-story Georgian and Victorian building that dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was originally a single story Georgian farmhouse which was ‘Victorianized’ in the later part of the century. Situated in the heart of Cape Town, it combines historic charm with contemporary style. It is known for its comfortable, luxurious atmosphere where great emphasis is placed on providing guests with local knowledge on events and experiences which are sometimes kept secrets by resident Capetonians. The hotel desires for guests to discover the genuine side of Cape Town which is filled with delicious culinary experiences and warm-hearted, talented people all while being surrounded by breathtaking scenery of one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The interior style of the hotel is one of a combination of bohemian chic with simple elegance, ensuring an environment which encourages guests to relax and recharge before venturing out to explore the offerings of Cape Town and its surrounds. The common areas comprise a comfortable lounge with an open fireplace, a garden and pool area, and a library where you can relax and read or research your itinerary from the computer terminal provided for your convenience. Cape Cadogan features six luxury en-suite bedrooms (with outdoor area/ balcony and lounge), six standard en-suite bedrooms and one Presidential Suite (one en-suite bedroom with lounge, kitchen, pool and courtyard). All rooms have television, DVD player, air conditioners, heaters, and electronic safe, personal bar fridge, tea/coffee maker and a hair dryer. Nicely located away from tourist congestion, the hotel does offer access to a wide variety of boutiques, restaurants and bars are conveniently located in the neighborhood, yet is still in close proximity to many of the highlights of Cape Town: Table Mountain (10 minutes), Clifton Beach (15 minutes) and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront (10 minutes). Complimentary transfers between Cape Cadogan and the V&A Waterfront are available.

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      Accommodation Details

      • Price: From $160 per person per night
      • Location: Southern Africa, South Africa
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      • # of Beds: 26 beds
      • Age Minimum: 12 years old
      • Amenities: Air Conditioning, Cell Phone Coverage, Ensuite Bathrooms, Hairdryer, Pool, Recharge Facilities, Wi-Fi
      • Type: Hotel
      • Includes: Rates include: accommodation, breakfast, complimentary wi-fi, complimetnary scheduled transfers to and from the V & A Waterfron & Cape Town ICC

      Activities at this Accommodation

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        Cape Peninsula & Cape Point Tour

        Incredible Views at the Bottom of the Continent

        On a Peninsula and Cape Point tour, guests will be met by their private guide and vehicle to travel down the Atlantic coast via Sea Point, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Hout Bay and Chapman's Peak, through Noordhoek and Kommetjie to Cape Point. A visit to the Cape Point Ostrich Farm can be included on the way if guests are interested. Take the...read more

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        Cape Townships and Robben Island Tour

        The Triumph of the Human Spirit

        Explore the reminders of the Apartheid era and relive the exciting end of the institution. Learn about forced resettlements, Neslon Mandela, the walk to freedom, and the dark history of Robbin Island. Those imprisoned on the island succeeded on a psychological and political level in turning a prison 'hell-hole' into a symbol of freedom and...read more

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        Cape Winelands Tour

        A World-Famous Viticultural Tour

        On a typical full day private tour of the winelands, your private guide will meet you at 9:00am. Your guide is pleased to provide an overview of the industry, the wines produced in the Cape, the scenery, architecture, history, and cultural diversity of this beautiful area. We can be as technical or fun orientated as desired! Typically,...read more

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        Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

        See the Unique Fauna of South Africa

        The beautiful Kirstenbosch gardens cover an area of 1,300 acres with nearly 90 acres of cultivated garden. The gardens are a celebration of South African flora - showcasing only indigenous South African plants. Fynbos, proteas, cycads and rolling lawns are intermingled with streams and ponds and well-laid-out pathways for easy walking. A great...read more

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        Shark Viewing/Cage Diving

        Swimming with the Sharks... Literally

        The great whites of Seal Island are now world famous for their highly athletic breaches in pursuit of Cape fur seals which they hunt in the area. You will observe natural predatory behavior for as long as possible; however it is usually the first hour and a half that is the most intense. After this period a short decoy will be towed using a...read more

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        Table Mountain and City Tour

        Explore This World-Class City

        A city and Table Mountain tour will usually begin with a cable car trip up to the top of Table Mountain (weather permitting), followed by a walk through the Company's Gardens. These gardens were started in 1652 by the first commander of the Cape for the Dutch East India Company, Jan Van Riebeeck, planting fruit trees, grape vines and...read more

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        Whale Watching Tour (Gansbaii)

        Africa's Largest Animals

        Each year southern right whales migrate into the coastal waters of the Western Cape to calve and nurse their young. The animals are often just yards from the shore, providing unsurpassed whale watching opportunities between June and November. Humpbacks migrate through the region between May and December each year, while Bryde's whales are...read more

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        Whale Watching Tour (Simon's Town)

        Africa's Largest Animals

        2.5 hours

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