Rosmead Apartment is a light, open and airy self-catering apartment that was renovated in a unique style merging an old historic building and modern fresh design. It used to be a part of the old Dutch reformed Church that has been converted into Kalk Bay Theatre, Artvark Gallery, Courtyard Cafe and now 2 apartments. The apartment is located right off the main road, next to the Lever Street Park and Dalebrook Tidal Pool, and close to various cafes and restaurants.
Rosmead Apartment can accommodate up to a maximum of 5 guests and comprises 2 en-suite bedrooms, 2 lounging areas, and an open-plan kitchen and dining area, as well as an outside terrace. The first bedroom contains a king-size bed, and the second bedroom contains 2 single beds or a king-size bed. There is a queen-size bed in one of the lounging areas, that can accommodate an additional single guest.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering with a fridge-freezer, a stove and oven, and a dishwasher. The dining area contains a 5-seater dining table and chairs. The downstairs lounge features a fireplace. Outside, there is a private courtyard area with weber braai facilities. The upstairs terrace features outdoor furniture, so you can relax and enjoy the view.
Parking is on the street and the apartment has an alarm with security company on call and burglar bars.
St James Cottage is situated in Kalk Bay and offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in a family friendly historic cottage, within walking distance to St James Beach and tidal pool. The cottage was built in 1853 and has many original features such as wide walls and sash windows.
The cottage is on a large property opposite the beach with a secret garden behind the high fence. It has its own entrance and enclosed little garden, graced by sunbirds and Cape Robins. The cottage comprises 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area with sash windows. The first bedroom contains a double bed and the second and third bedrooms each contain 1 single bed. There is an enclosed porch with an extra single bed, overlooking the garden. There is a TV with DStv as well as board games, puzzles, books and magazines. There is also Wi-Fi available in the cottage.
The cottage was one of the first houses in St James, and when it was built had only a wagon track and the beach in front of it. The cottage was originally the barn adjoining the main house. There is minimal sea views with the high fence offering guests ultimate privacy so close to the ocean. Because of the configuration of the bedrooms, the cottage is ideal for a family, not for 2 couples.
The location is ideal for those looking for a comfortable base for a family holiday, accessible to the beach and local attractions. St James is located between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay; this little suburb comprises holiday houses nestled against the mountain, most of them historic and accessible only by steps. The main attractions are beautiful beaches, and the tidal pool with its colourful huts, which is a landmark in the area. Guests are welcome to borrow a boogie board and beach chairs if needed.
Kimberley Cottage is a self-catering unit located on the main road in Kalk Bay. Kalk Bay is a vibrant fishing village on the coast of False Bay in the Western Cape.
The cottage is bright and spacious and suitable for 6 people sharing. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms with 2 single beds in each and 1 bedroom with a double bed. There is a large living room, dining room, and enclosed verandah with sea views leading out into a small garden. The kitchen is fully equipped for your self-catering needs and leads out into an enclosed courtyard with braai facilities.
All linen is provided, the cottage is only serviced on request and by prior arrangement. A minimum of 2 guests is required before booking.
This slightly bohemian suburb of Greater Cape Town lies wedged between the ocean and the mountains, and features one of the last working fishing harbours in South Africa.
Open the windows and you can almost taste the sea. Bishop’s View is a luxury self-catering villa, situated in the heart of Kalk Bay, a vibrant fishing village on the warm False Bay coast. Kalk Bay is known for its colourful harbour, quaint cobbled streets and arty locals, and is one of the secret gems of the Western Cape. Wander down to your choice of trendy seaside restaurants, shops and bars, or simply savour mesmerising views from the comfort of the masterpiece lounge, sundowner in hand.
Designed by award-winning architect Macio Miszewski, Bishop’s View boasts 4 spacious bedrooms all with satellite TV. The first bedroom contains a king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom with a free-standing bath and a shower, 180-degree sea views, and access to 2 balconies. The second bedroom contains a queen-size bed, a shower en suite, and access to a side veranda. The third bedroom contains a king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom with a free-standing bath and a shower, and access to a side veranda. The fourth bedroom contains a king-size bed, a shower en suite, and access to the bottom deck.
Bishop’s View features an entertainer’s lounge and dining area and a world-class gourmet kitchen. A wood and glass yoga studio and steam room completes the picture. Expect contemporary elegance at it’s very best. Watch your children play in the park across the road from the balcony. Watch for fishing boats returning to the harbour then stroll down and buy fresh fish off the boats.