Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in Cape Town

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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

Self Catering in Groot Drakenstein

Bellingham Homestead

Bellingham Homestead offers you a very private getaway surrounded by mountains, set in picturesque manicured gardens. The ... [cont.]

Seascape

Self Catering in Langebaan

Seascape

Seascape is a double storey, self catering home in the popular holiday destination of Langebaan. This self catering home ... [cont.]

Greyton Ecolodge

Self Catering in Greyton

Greyton Ecolodge

Greyton Ecolodge is a renovated School Hostel. Colourful and spacious, we guarantee no chocolates on the pillows. However ... [cont.]

Die Ou Huis

Self Catering in Ashton

Die Ou Huis

Die Ou Huis (The Old House) is a historical farmhouse from the 18th century, which has been lovingly renovated on the ... [cont.]

Edward Charles Manor

Guest House in Mossel Bay

Edward Charles Manor

Centrally situated, upmarket, affordable Mossel Bay accommodation with superb seaviews. Home from home. With personal and ... [cont.]

76 Waterkant Street

Self Catering in De Waterkant

76 Waterkant Street

This house at 76 Waterkant Street has been re-developed changing it from a very popular two bedroom property to a ... [cont.]

Agape Flat

Self Catering in Langebaan

Agape Flat

Agape Flat is a lovely beachfront apartment in Calypso Beach, an upmarket complex in Langebaan. Located between the ... [cont.]

Zuidste Huisie

Self Catering in Struisbaai

Zuidste Huisie

Zuidste Huisie is a self catering fisherman's cottage within the Langezandt Fisherman's Village Development in ... [cont.]

Forest Drive Lodge

Guest House / Self Catering in Pinelands

Forest Drive Lodge

Forest Drive Lodge offers guests a comfortable accommodation, warm hospitality and great service in peaceful area of ... [cont.]

Le Bonheur

Self Catering in Constantia

Le Bonheur

This home comprises top of the range Tuscan style self catering villa. This unique up market home is situated within the ... [cont.]

C'the View Guest House

Guest House in Tergniet

C'the View Guest House

Cíthe View Guesthouse is located on the beachfront of Tergniet, a coastal village between Groot Brak and Hartenbos. All ... [cont.]

Whales Peek

Self Catering in Mossel Bay

Whales Peek

Whales Peek is on the Pinnacle Point Golf Course which is situated just outside Mossel Bay. The resort also has a casino ... [cont.]

Adley House

B&B in Oudtshoorn

Adley House

Adley House is 100 years old, built in 1905 by Sidney Herbert Adley during the ostrich feather "boom" period. This ... [cont.]

Lindsay Castle

Self Catering in Noetzie

Lindsay Castle

The castle sits within the Noetzie Conservancy, established in 1999. Its remote but stunning location offers total ... [cont.]

The Little Sanctuary

Self Catering in Plettenberg Bay

The Little Sanctuary

The Little Sanctuary overlooks the beautiful Lookout beach and is blessed with panoramic views of the sea, lagoons, and ... [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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