A unique double-volume industrial micro loft centrally located in the oldest part of Cape Town; kitted with everything you need and more: a steel & gas kitchen, a book & wine library, comfy sofa, a Queen-size bed and a single-sleeping futon on the mezzanine & a small balcony looking out to Table Mountain too.
-Please keep us informed of your expected arrival time so we can be sure to have the apartment ready for your stay and that we can greet you with the keys and help you get settled in.
-Guests are expected to leave the flat clean and report any damage or problems. If you break something, please tell us. If it's a big deal, we may have to charge you for it.
-This is a non-smoking apartment, however smoking is permitted outside on the balcony.
-If you lose the keys and access card, we will have to charge for the replacement. Please keep them in your pocket, not your bag!
-Please respect the neighbours and the neighbourhood by limiting noise and disturbances. No loud noise after 10pm on weekdays and after midnight on weekends. No parties please. Small dinner parties are fine, but please respect the above quiet hours.
Wenn du bis 5 Tage vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine vollständige Rückerstattung. Wenn du innerhalb von 5 Tagen vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die erste Nacht nicht erstattungsfähig, aber die Hälfte der Kosten für die übrigen Nächte wird zurückerstattet.
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I'm one of those 'tech guys': a bit of a designer, a bit of a coder, jack-of-all-trades, master of none.
I've lived practically everywhere in this crazy little town over the past 20 years: from Newlands, Claremont, Observatory, Vredehoek, Gardens, Camps Bay, Three Anchor Bay all the way to the inner city – in the cozy little loft apartment where we lived the 'city life' for almost 3 years.
That same apartment started this whole Airbnb thing: since I listed it friends and family have approached me to list their apartments, homes, cottages and beach houses for them; and now I manage almost a dozen listings on Airbnb, and have created jobs and opportunities for others.
The past couple of years I live in a really small house in Tamboerskloof with my girlfriend, two daughters and two cats - although the ginger one is almost always MIA. The cat, not the kid, that is.