About Cambalala Guest House
Cambalala is a luxury guest house ideally situated up in Paradise with magnificent views over the Lagoon - the perfect place to forget about the rest of the world and lose yourself in South Africa's favorite town.
We proudly offer stylish and comfortable accommodation with the very best of service and hospitality. Each of the five spacious double en-suite rooms emphasize comfort and exude style. A combination of British Colonial style and African magic creates a rich and warm ambiance.
In the morning, a rich breakfast buffet awaits you with a various choice of delicious and only fresh products. Enjoy your breakfast in or outside on the terrace by the pool with spectacular views.
All our rooms offer fantastic views over the lagoon and the Heads and are fitted with high quality linen, under floor heating, dressing table, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers, selected bath and body care products, safe, minibar, tea and snack selection, Nespresso machine, LED-TV, movie channels (DStv), iPhone / iPod docking system and wireless internet.
Standard Room No 1 (28 m²):
Very comfortable and cosy room with a queen-size bed, private balcony, spacious bathroom with shower and double washbasin.
Standard Room No 3 (32 m²):
Luxuriously outfitted standard room with a king-size bed and private balcony, open bathroom with shower and double washbasin.
Standard Room No 4 (30 m²):
Beautifully decorated room with king-size bed and private balcony, open bathroom with shower and double washbasin.
Deluxe Room No 2 (38 m²):
Our most spacious and luxurious room with a king-size bed and private balcony, deluxe bathroom with a bath, separate shower and double washbasin.
Honeymoon Room No 5 (32 m²):
Magical, romantic and definitely our most special room 'The Honeymoon Room' with king-size bed and private balcony, luxurious open bathroom with bath, separate shower and double washbasin.
• Secure parking
• Swimming pool
• Garden lounge
• Laundry service
• Tour and restaurant bookings
• Credit card facilities
• Shuttle service