In the 'hood, Milnerton as a destination

Milnerton was founded in 1897 and named after Lord Alfred Milner who was a High Commissioner for South Africa. After a rather slow start, the area began to grow steadily after the arrival of the railway in the early years of the 20th Century. Today, Milnerton has become one of the fastest growing areas in the Western Cape. Milnerton is situated approximately 11km from Cape Town’s city centre ... cont.

2 Greyton Road, Milnerton, 7441, Blaauwberg, Cape Town, South Africa

Directions to African Sun Guest Suites

from the Airport on the N2:
• Take the N2 from the airport
• Keep left and take EXIT 9 – M5 North Milnerton to the left
• Keep right and take right hand exit to Milnerton
• Cross over traffic lights, you are now on Koeberg Road
• Continue straight on till you reach Boundary Road
• Cross over traffic lights at Boundary Road and then take the 7th street to the left into Greyton Road. No 2 Greyton Rd is a yellow house with a large palm tree, on the right hand side of the road

From Johannesburg and areas outside Cape Town on the N1:
• Off the N1, take EXIT 10 - Sable Road
• Continue to top of bridge and at traffic lights turn right
• Pass Century City Shopping Centre on your right and over the traffic lights
• At the next set of traffic lights, turn left into Bosmansdam Road
• Continue till the T-Junction and at those traffic lights turn left into Koeberg Road
• Continue over 3 sets of traffic lights and take the 3rd road to the right into Firgrove
• Turn right at the 1st road into Park Road
• Then 1st right into Greyton Road
• Drive up the road and 2 Greyton Road is a yellow house with a large palm tree, on the left hand side

From Cape Town City:
• Take the N1 out of Cape Town City
• Take EXIT 7 - Paarden Eiland
• You are now on the R27, continue straight on, the sea is on your left
• At the 4th set of traffic lights turn into Boundary Road, turn the 1st road left again you are now in Union Road then the 7th road turn right into Greyton Road
• Drive up the road and 2 Greyton Road (African Sun) is a yellow house with a large palm trees, on the left hand side of the road

Amenities in the area

  • Bank and/or ATM (1 km)
  • Bars and/or Nightlife (1 km)
  • Bus Line (1 km)
  • Business Services (1 km)
  • Dry Cleaner (1 km)
  • Grocery Store (1 km)
  • Internet Cafι (1 km)
  • Laundromat (1 km)
  • Post Office (1 km)
  • Restaurants / Eateries (1.5 km)
  • Car Hire (2 km)
  • Shopping Mall (2.5 km)
  • Foreign Exchange (3 km)
  • Train Station (3 km)
  • Airport (20 km)

Activities

  • Beach
  • Bird watching
  • Children's entertainment
  • Cycling paths
  • Golf course(s)
  • Gym / fitness centre
  • Health spa / massage
  • Kite surfing
  • Rowing / canoeing
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Waterskiing
  • Wind surfing
  • Wine tasting

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