About 76 Waterkant Street
This house at 76 Waterkant Street has been re-developed changing it from a very popular two bedroom property to a beautifully designed four bedroom house adding another floor and roof terrace.
Self Catering Accommodation
Air-conditioned through-out you enter into the massive open plan living, dining and kitchen area; the internal courtyard void has floor to ceiling sliding windows that extend through to bedroom 3.
Here the queen size bedroom backs onto a double shower with sinks either end of an open corridor of white tiles and underfloor heating.
The open steel and wood stairs lead you down to a laundry area and bedroom 4. This room can be made up as twin or king and has a free standing bath.
The same staircase, that stretches the full height of the property, opens out onto a second living area with wood burning stove and television area. Either side of this space are the two other bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 is identical to Bedroom 3 in layout and again opens onto the courtyard void with feature brick wall. Bedroom 2 has sliding metal and etched glass doors and windows that look across the village. This room can be made up as a twin or king and has an en-suite shower bathroom.
A massive sliding glass ceiling accesses the large roof terrace with sink counter, Jacuzzi and great 360 degree views of Table Mountain, Signal Hill and the city.
Our cottages offer space, privacy and home comforts; each is cleaned six days a week with a light service on Sundays, with the exception of public holidays. We provide all bed linen and towels and the kitchen is fully fitted and there is complimentary tea and coffee to get you started. The property has satellite television, DVD, music systems, and a manual wall safe.
• 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms
• Roof deck hot tub
• Air-conditioned bedrooms and living areas
• Roof deck with Table Mountain views
• Private court yard
The property can also have WiFi upon request at an additional charge.
We also offer “extra guest services” of pre-stocked kitchens, flowers and airport pick-ups.
Every Capetonian will tell you this is the trendy fashionable De Waterkant where, if you like the buzz of a small village that is only ten minutes walk to the city center, this is the place to stay. Described as a mix between San Francisco and Mykonos the area dates back to the late 1700’s. Now a-days you still hear the noon day canon from Signal Hill whilst sitting at Sandy’s Village Café watching the boats on the distant horizon ahead.
De Waterkant Village is ideally positioned within easy walking distance of the city centre, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The area boasts some of the best restaurants, bars and clubs in Cape Town and retains a bohemian character that you’ll find hard to forget. Within walking distance you are spoilt for choice with a great selection of coffee shops, wine bars, deli’s and designer shops.
Nearby Activities & Attractions
• 5 Minutes Cape Town CBD (Craft markets)
• 5 Minutes from V&A Waterfront
• 5 Minutes from Cape Town International Conference centre
• 10 Minutes from Table Mountain
• 10 Minutes from top beaches in Cape Town
• 20 Minutes from airport
• 25 Minutes from Wine Route