Cape Town

South Africa

A mother of a city!

The Mother City doesn’t scrimp when it comes to things to see and do. World-class dining, natural beauty, endless sunny days and adventures at every turn: you’d be hard pressed to find another city that packs so much into 1,000 square miles.

Like Sydney or San Francisco, it’s got that arty, boho thing going on. Tourists tend to flock to the Waterfront. But you’re more likely to find Capetonians in the bars and cafes on Kloof Street than partying at Camps Bay. 

First timers will probably want to penguin spot on Boulders Beach, take the cable car up Table Mountain, visit Robben Island or barter for a carved giraffe in Green Market Square. Scratch a bit deeper and you’ll see a very different side. Visit the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, where some of SA’s most talented creatives hang out, celebrate local cuisine at Oranjezicht City Farm, or, if you’re lucky enough to be there on the first Thursday of the month, head to Bree Street (which, if you ask us, has overtaken Camps Bay as the city’s coolest strip). You’ll see art galleries open in the evening, secret gin bars appear behind chocolate shops and the streets spring into life.

Tearing yourself away from the Atlantic Seaboard may feel like a wrench, but it’s worth it if you want to see the true face of Cape Town. And if you’d like us to give you a hand coming up with the ultimate itinerary, just ask. 

Places to stay

  • One&Only Cape Town

    Cape Town Waterfront

    Never mind raising the bar: the One&Only Cape Town sends the bar into orbit. As far as we are concerned, this...

  • Cape Grace

    Cape Town

    From its twinkling chandeliers to the dramatic drapes at the French windows, Cape Grace oozes pure Capetonian glamour. It's cleverly...

  • Camissa House

    Cape Town

    A glamorous boutique hotel on the slopes of Table Mountain - so close in fact that you almost feel you...

  • Belmond Mount Nelson

    Cape Town

    We really rate the Belmond Mount Nelson's relaxed, laid back vibe. It might be slap bang in the centre of...

  • The Silo

    Cape Town Waterfront

    From the day and hour it opened, on time, on 1st March 2017, The Silo has surpassed all our expectations...

  • Ellerman House

    Cape Town - Bantry Bay

    On your marks, get set, go: if you want to book Ellerman House, you need to move fast. It's one...

  • Kensington Place

    Cape Town

    Want a table booking at a top restaurant? You got it. Need some help organising a wine tour?  Done. When you...

  • The Cellars-Hohenort

    Cape Town

    With its pretty rose gardens, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in an English country retreat instead of the heart...

  • Villas and Apartments

    Cape Town

    You get more space to relax and more for your money with a villa (especially if you’re a family or...


There are direct flights from London Heathrow to Cape Town. Alternatively accessible through the Middle East and Johannesburg. Cape Town International Airport is a quick 30 minutes from the centre of Cape Town



If your ideal holiday weather is blue skies and long sunny days then you need to visit Cape Town between October – April. Travelling in May – September means that you benefit from low season rates and less people travelling, however the down side is that every couple of days it does rain and can quickly get cold - it's good red wine-drinking weather!


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