Situated just below the Table Mountain National Park in Constantia, Cape Town. Greenbelt & mountain walks close by.
The homestead offers two accommodatons (Upper: sleeps 4, Lower: sleeps 2) Both with separate entrances and solid walls to ensure privacy. * Please note that units have different rates: the advertised price is based on a 2-person occupancy and is an average of these rates.
The calendar reflects the Upper Apartment. Please contact me for the availability of the lower unit.
Upper Apartment: $85 per couple per night. The second bedroom sleeps 2 additional people. Downstairs Apartment: $65 per couple per night.
The cost for 4 people upstairs in peak season would be $140.
* DISCOUNTED RATES FOR LONG-TERM / OFF-SEASON GUESTS
Zugang für Gäste
Guests can access their private apartments, plus have access to the garden and pool.
Guests will enter the parking area of the home through a security gate. They will be provided with a remote control so that they can come-and-go at their leisure.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I have created this listing for my parents (Iona and Peter). They have lived in Southern Africa for many generations and will be an excellent source of information for you during your stay.
They live in the main house and will be on-hand to answer any questions you might have.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The apartments are serviced weekly. Laundry is done on request at an additional cost.
My husband and I live in Olympia, Washington, with our toddler and two little dogs. I have recently begun to manage an Airbnb listing for my parents' home back in my homeland: Cape Town, South Africa. I do encourage everyone to make a voyage over there - it is a completely unforgettable place.
I work as a specialized therapist and Shurd is a helicopter pilot. He flies medical evacuation for the Army National Guard, and also does civilian work as an instructor pilot.
In our 20 year relationship, we moved around quite a bit... Olympia has been home for 5 years. I love the Pacific North West, but I have found myself gazing longingly toward Vancouver Island for some time now...