Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in Cape Town

Cape Town Family Friendly

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Cape Town and the Western CapeFamily / Child Friendly Accommodation

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

B&B in Pearly Beach

The Ark B&B

The Ark is a landmark in Pearly Beach, being one of the oldest houses. Recently renovated, the guest quarters consist of ... [cont.]

Juliette 503

Self Catering in V&A Waterfront

Juliette 503

Juliette 503 is a spectacular studio apartment that is compact and convenient with added touches of luxury for your ... [cont.]

Parergon 102

Self Catering in V&A Waterfront

Parergon 102

Parergon 102 is a two bedroom apartment within the V&A Marina Residential area boasting fabulous accommodation with ... [cont.]

The Waves 902

Self Catering in Bloubergstrand

The Waves 902

Discover the memorable experience of a stay at the ocean, in this charming two bedroom, two bathroom apartment with ... [cont.]

Sausalito 203

Self Catering in Sea Point

Sausalito 203

Sausalito 203 is a very lovely one bedroom holiday apartment in Sea Point. The apartment is housed in a luxury complex ... [cont.]

Somerset Villa Guesthouse

Guest House in Somerset West

Somerset Villa Guesthouse

A warm welcome to Somerset Villa Guesthouse in Somerset West. Privacy is the greatest luxury at The Somerset West Villa ... [cont.]

19 Loader Street

Self Catering in De Waterkant

19 Loader Street

A charming home in the lovely De Waterkant area of Cape Town situated against Signal Hill on the Atlantic Seaboard, ... [cont.]

301 Quayside

Self Catering in Century City

301 Quayside

301 Quayside is a self catering apartment in Century City. Sleeping four people the apartment has two bedrooms, two ... [cont.]

Linger Longa

B&B / Self Catering in Sedgefield

Linger Longa

Linger Longa is centrally situated within Sedgefield village and in comfortable walking distance of shops, restaurants, ... [cont.]

Mosaic Cottages

B&B / Self Catering in Stanford

Mosaic Cottages

Surrounded by Milkwood trees, fynbos gardens and abundant bird life, four lovely stone cottages are available on the ... [cont.]

Simola Golf and Country Estate

Hotel / Self Catering in Knysna

Simola Golf and Country Estate

The Simola Hotel is a five star hotel situated on the Jack Nicklaus golf course overlooking the magnificent Knysna Lagoon ... [cont.]

Jan Harmsgat Country House

Hotel / Guest House in Swellendam

Jan Harmsgat Country House

This historic Cape Dutch farmstead near Swellendam offers a unique experience on the R62, a mere 2-hour drive from Cape ... [cont.]

EHL House B&B

B&B in Pinelands

EHL House B&B

EHL House B&B is a four star graded bed and breakfast, tastefully furnished with an African touch and a homely ... [cont.]

Eden On The Bay 151

Self Catering in Big Bay

Eden On The Bay 151

Eden On The Bay 151 is a private and intimate one bedroom apartment, situated in the Eden on the Bay lifestyle and ... [cont.]

Arniston Lodge

B&B in Arniston

Arniston Lodge

Arniston Lodge is a traditionally styled Guest House offering bed & breakfast accommodation in the quaint fishing ... [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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