Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in Cape Town

Cape Town Family Friendly

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Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in Cape Town and the Western Cape. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

The establishments below accept children of all ages (from babies and toddlers to teenagers). If none of these establishments take your fancy, please adjust the filter to show results for the specific age group(s) required.

Self Catering in Cape Town

Guest House in Gordons Bay

Blue Horizon Guest House

Surrounded by spectacular views, from breathtaking sunsets across the bay, to the awe-inspiring beauty of the mountains, ... [cont.]

Alabaster Box B&B

B&B in Langebaan

Alabaster Box B&B

Alabaster Box is a Luxury Guesthouse situated a five minute drive from Langebaan’s white sandy beaches and entrance gate ... [cont.]

Aandvari Ocean View

Self Catering in Bloubergstrand

Aandvari Ocean View

Right on the beachfront, Aandvari Ocean View offers a luxurious sea-facing apartment with magnificent views and the most ... [cont.]

Thomas Ville

Guest House / Self Catering in Wilderness

Thomas Ville

Situated in the heart of Wilderness, Thomas Ville is a recently rebuilt home from home that is only 4 minutes walk from ... [cont.]

B&B Ons Stee

B&B in Wellington

B&B Ons Stee

B&B Ons Stee is a Belgian Bed & Breakfast in Wellington, in the heart of the South African Winelands, and is an ... [cont.]

The Langvlei

Self Catering in Wilderness

The Langvlei

The Langvlei offers self catering accommodation by the lakes in the Wilderness National Park, Garden Route. With a ... [cont.]

Acorn House

B&B in Oranjezicht

Acorn House

Set on the slopes of Table Mountain, Acorn House is a National Monument (Sir Herbert Baker design) and a haven of ... [cont.]

Carmel Huys

B&B / Self Catering in Sunset Beach

Carmel Huys

Carmel Huys is situated in Sunset Beach only 100 meters from the Atlantic Ocean with views of Table Mountain and Robben ... [cont.]

Nottingham Square 109

Self Catering in Milnerton

Nottingham Square 109

Nottingham Square 109 is two bedroom apartment found in Milnerton, only minutes away from Table Bay Nature Reserve, ... [cont.]

Strandfontein Sea Breeze

Self Catering in Strandfontein

Strandfontein Sea Breeze

Sea Breeze Self Catering Apartments comprise a total of three units which each sleep from two to four guests. The ... [cont.]

Venezuela

Self Catering in Muizenberg

Venezuela

Venezuela is a newly renovated upmarket two bedroom apartment in the sought after suburb of Muizenberg. Offering self ... [cont.]

Sea Shack

Self Catering in Paternoster

Sea Shack

Sea Shack is an idyllic retreat set at the water's edge within Cape Columbine Reserve. There are 10 pretty 'shacks' ... [cont.]

Wild Almond

Self Catering in McGregor

Wild Almond

Located in McGregor, Wild Almond Cottage is a quaint two-bedroom thatch cottage comprising two bathrooms, a lounge and a ... [cont.]

Karoo Khaya

B&B / Self Catering in Prince Albert

Karoo Khaya

Set on a small holding within town of Prince Albert, Karoo Khaya is a relaxing home away from home. A day or two here and ... [cont.]

Antaris

Self Catering in Paternoster

Antaris

Antaris forms part of the original Paternoster Cottage and is a beautiful self catering home, steeped with history in the ... [cont.]

Kids in Cape Town

The Western Cape province of South Africa, with Cape Town as its capital, is no stranger to travellers with families. When it comes to entertaining the kids in Cape Town, one is spoilt for choice. The mother city alone holds a host of activities, both in and outdoors, like the Two Oceans Aquarium (with a wonderful child-friendly restaurant) at the V&A Waterfront, the Cape Peninsula National Park, the Planetarium at the South African Museum (great for older kids too), and the MTN ScienCentre and Ratanga Junction at Canal Walk. [cont.]

Countless child-friendly beaches offer hours of sand play, surfing, body surfing and swimming; flea markets abound, and certain restaurants and coffee shops, like the Noordhoek Farm Stall and the Barnyard in Tokai, cater specially for children by providing play areas and children's menus. Further afield, options include (but are not limited to) strawberry picking, in season, at farms like Mooiberge and Mountain Breeze between Stellenbosch and Somerset West; the Cango Caves are a huge attraction near Oudtshoorn, and botanical gardens, like the Harold Porter Gardens in Bettys Bay, provide wonderful picnic spots for lazy afternoons.

The West Coast National Park is an easy day trip from Cape Town and well worth it during the flower season. Other reserves that make wonderful family outings include the Bontebok National Park and the De Hoop Nature Reserve amongst others.

With regions like the Cape Winelands, the Breede River Valley, the Cape Overberg, the Whale Route and the West Coast; and some incredible towns like Stellenbosch, Swellendam and Hermanus, the Western Cape cannot fail to entice families with children of all ages to explore its boundaries.

Additional Reading

For more ideas on what to do with kids in Cape Town see
101 Things to Do with Kids in Cape Town
Things to Do with Kids in Cape Town
Popular Cape Town Family-friendly Restaurants

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