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Welgelegen Guest House
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Airco, telefoon, televisie, DVD-speler, WiFi, kluisje, openhaard, koelkastje, theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met bad, douche en föhn.
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Gelegen in de oude wijk Gardens, aan de voet van de tafelberg.
De mooiste stad van Afrika is prachtig gelegen aan de Tafelbaai. Geniet van de kleurrijke wijken, restaurants en bars, de Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, ga de Tafelberg op en wandel langs het strand in Camps Bay. Kaapstad is de ideale stad om het schiereiland en de wijnlanden te bezoeken. Neemt u voldoende de tijd, want er is zoveel te zien!
We (family of 2 adults and 2 children) have just come to the end of a wonderful 5 nights stay at the start of our SA trip. We couldn't have been be happier; our family room was comfortable and spacious; the breakfasts were delicious (especially the homemade breads and muffins); the house itself gorgeous both inside and out; and the staff (all of them) kind and helpful. As other reviewers have said, the hotel is a real Oasis in the centre of (in our opinion) the best part of Cape Town. The location cannot be faulted; a 2 minute walk to Kloof street and some lovely restaurants (we loved the Black Sheep and Cafe paradiso in particular), shops and coffee shops but so quiet and peaceful. Such a wonderful view of Table Mountain- we will miss that view! We will definitely return. Highly recommend.
"In the middle of the city, an oasis"
Welgelegen Boutique Hotel in Cape Town offers the best possible: quiet, comfortable accommodations on well-kept grounds just a few blocks from one of the city's busiest streets. We spent three nights here upon arrival in Cape Town and used it as our base for a Cape tour, a walking tour of the city's new coffee roasters and artisanal restaurants, and a visit to Robben Island. I wish we could have stayed longer.
"Perfect base in Cape Town"
Before we arrived I was a little unsure about Welgelegen because some of the photos on various websites don't do it justice. But it was fabulous: warm service, great breakfasts, beautiful outdoor space and sitting area. The type of place that would be as nice to visit in winter as much as summer: felt like a lovely place to tuck yourself in with a glass of wine and a book. Great, friendly and efficient service. The Tamboerskloof location is perfect: safe walking distance from some excellent restaurants (the Black Sheep: book in advance; El Burro Taqueria: hip and low-key) and healthy eating spots, great shops, and Kloof and Bree Streets. I will definitely stay there next time.
"It's Our Anniversary"
Our first wedding anniversary was celebrated in South Africa. First stop, the Welgelegen Boutique Hotel in Cape Town. We had a prearranged photo shoot and at the last minute, the photographer made last minute changes. The manager a the hotel was our savior. She arranged the delivery of my flowers and eased my concerns. The hotel is in a great neighborhood, you can see tabletop mountain. You enjoy the evening breeze from the front porch. Breakfast is served daily. Funny story about our room. We got locked in our room, the door was jammed. The worker came to rescue us. He unjammed the lock and entered. Then door would not open again and the 3 of us were locked in. I loved the location and the hospitality.
"An Oasis of Calm"
This was our first stop on our first holiday in SA. What a great start especially after an eleven-hour non-stop flight (with no in-flight entertainment!!). The Welgelegen is a converted Victorian house on Stephen Street that has then been combined with another " out the back" on Hofmeyr Street. Other reviewers have captured the great taste with which this has all been done. The whole team seemed determined for ensure we enjoyed our stay and they succeeded completely. We were in room 1 which is the ground floor front room and which you might worry that it might be a bit noisy. It isn't. Stephen Street is now a cul de sac and the route to Kloof Street is through the rear entrance. Stephen Street has unrestricted parking outside the hotel. It wasn't a drawback for us, but the house is built on the slope of a hill (the start of Table Mountain actually) so if stairs are a problem, then you might not enjoy this lovely hotel. That would be a pity. How many hotels do you know that leave a complementary decanter of port in your room?
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