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Bloubergrant accommodation

List of accommodation options in Bloubergrant (situated on Cape Town's Atlantic Seaboard between Dolphin Beach and Blouberg) - guest houses, hotels, luxury suites and bed & breakfasts.

Bloubergrant accommodation directory

A directory/list of the official contact details of hotels & guest houses in Bloubergrant (email address, website, phone number and fax number). If you would like your establishment listed below, email cheapflights@southafrica.to.

Aquarius Luxury Suites

Athens Road
Bloubergrant 7441
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

reservations@aquariussuites.co.za

www.aquariussuites.co.za

Tel: 021?200 8420
Fax: 086 556 6496

Driftwood accommodation

118 Briza Rd,
Table View 7441
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

driftwoodhouse@telkomsa.net

driftwood-accomodation

Tel: 021 557 5068
Fax: 0 21 557 5068

Here's a live webcam of the beach at Bloubergrant, from the Endless Summer Beachhouse.

table mountain

Map

Alpha Du Cap Guest House

26 Tritonia Road
Bloubergrant 7441
Western Cape
South Africa

info@alphaducap.co.za

www.alphaducap.co.za

Tel: 021 556 3468
Fax: 021 556 7806

Mnandi Lodge

13 Spray Road
Bloubergrant
Table View - 7441
Western Cape
South Africa

info@mnandilodge.co.za

Mnandilodge

Tel: 021 554 1184
Cell: 082 512 1797

Myoli Accommodation

9 Lincoln Crescent
Bloubergrant
Table View - 7441
Western Cape
South Africa

info@myoli.co.za

www.myoli.co.za

Tel: 021 556 1432
Fax: 021 556 1432

The 3 Palms Luxury Cottage

25 Disa Road,
Bloubergrant
Table View - 7441
Western Cape
South Africa

info@3palms.co.za

www.3palms.co.za

Tel: 021 556 5273
Fax: 021 556 5273

The Secret Garden Guest House

33 Gull Road
Bloubergrant
Table View - 7441
Western Cape
South Africa

relax@secretgarden-capetown.com

 

Tel: 021 554 4789
Fax: 021 554 4789

The Western Cape is a beautiful part of South Africa, with the Bloubergrant, Blouberg and Tableview areas being renown for their coastline that enchants visitors with its wild beauty and uninterrupted views of Table Mountain.

There are many fine properties available for rental in this popular destination, many of which are a mere stone?s throw from the waters of the Atlantic ocean. The Blouberg coast, or Blaauwberg as it is known locally, stretches from the far reaches of Milnerton towards the south and all the way to Mamre in a more northerly direction.

The area offers 48 kilometres of pristine, sandy white beaches, all with spectacular views of Devil?s Peak, Lions Head and of course, breathtaking Table Mountain. If you gaze out across the waters you will catch a glimpse of Robben Island in the distance, the famous island where Nelson Mandela spent his political imprisonment.

It is possible to book a tour out to the island to learn more about this interesting and isolated location. Tours leave from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town and take visitors via boat to the island. This region is also the gateway to the stark and beautiful West Coast. It offers a large variety of restaurants and beachfront bars along with shopping malls and interesting stores of every description.

Water sports are extremely popular and it is not unusual to see kite surfers, body boarders, surfers, skim boarders and windsurfers enjoying the sun, sand and sea. There are also entire families that come down to enjoy the beach with their pets in tow. Alternatively you could visit a number of nearby destinations including Melkbosstrand, Woodbridge Island, West Beach, Sunset Beach, Atlantic Beach Estate and Bloubergrant as well as Century City.

This is a vast complex of malls and businesses and includes a wide range or restaurants and bars of every description, serving cuisine that ranges from steakhouse fare to sushi. Century City is also home to Ratanga Junction, which sports a roller coaster with the biggest loop in the Southern hemisphere.

The theme park has over thirty attractions to entertain children as well as adults. There are over twenty four different rides, ranging in suitability from children?s rides to thrill rides for those with a more adventurous spirit. There are also a variety of interesting train and boat rides and while there you could take in one of the Bird Shows. There are also educational Snake Shows to enthral curious visitors who want to learn more about these interesting creatures.

Visitors can take in a movie at the cinema complex or shop for some great souvenirs to take home as reminders of their trip. The area is also home to the Koeberg power station, the only nuclear power station on the entire African continent. The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds, or SANCCOB is a non-profit organisation based in the Bloubergrant area.

If you would like to take a behind the scenes look at the amazing work done by this organisation you can pre-book a tour of their rehabilitation centre. They have been dedicated to aiding injured, orphaned and ill seabirds for over thirty-seven years now and to date have provided assistance to 83,000 seabirds of every description. The tour averages about 45 minutes in length, with visitors able to access certain areas of the rehabilitation centre.

For a memorable morning, why not head to Small Bay and go for a long walk on the beach. You could enjoy some sun on the sandy beaches of Big Bay, a very popular attraction in the area. On your way back you could stop in at the Blue Peter Hotel, a wonderfully atmospheric hotel and restaurant with a bar area and outdoor chairs and tables. Here you can sit and look out at the breaking waves of the Atlantic ocean as they kiss the African coast.

Savour a scrumptious meal, whether you fancy dining at the Lighthouse Restaurant or want to sit out on the Lower Deck under a shady beach umbrella. There?s a watering hole for your thirsty pooch to have a drink while you savour the taste of a full English breakfast or enjoy a chilled cocktail.

For hotel also offers a conference centre able to accommodate 80 guests in air-conditioned facilities that provide all the standard equipment, ranging from data projector, television, VCR, overhead projector, whiteboard and, of course, catering. It is conveniently located within half an hour of some amazing attractions.

There are some excellent golf courses in the area, as well as a gymnasium, tennis courts and of course, this is a great destination for fishermen. Within half an hours drive you can find yourself in the heart of the Stellenbosch winelands, or you could be exploring the beauty of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

Another institution in the Tableview area that is worth a visit is Doodles Restaurant, best known for their delectable pizza?s. South African cuisine is varied and a delightful mix of many different cultures to create uniquely South African fare. Coastal cuisine tends to be spicy and full of exotic flavour and every taste is catered to. Pizza, pasta, spicy curries, delectable seafood, the famous surf and turf combo of steak and seafood, grilled calamari and other savoury fish dishes await.

The South African palate is accustomed to decadent flavours and desserts are always rich and delicious. Whether your have a hankering for nut topped twirly ice cream in a cone, a popular treat to be enjoyed at the beach, or whether you fancy enjoying cr?me br?l?e, delectably rich chocolate mousse or waffles with cream, you have come to the right place.

This is also a wonderful area to enjoy sundowners, with so many establishments providing an excitingly diverse range of mouthwatering cocktails and the opportunity to drink in the spectacular views. Sunset over the Atlantic on a warm Capetonian afternoon is an experience worth sharing and locals and visitors alike flock to the coast to enjoy a colourful cocktail along with good company.

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