In the 'hood, Green Point as a destination

The gay-friendly suburb of Green Point has fast become one of the trendiest residential areas in Cape Town, particularly since the development of the Cape Quarter - a shopping centre that regards itself as an experience and the essence of ‘Cape Town cool’ - found in the heart of Green Point. Green Point lies between the V&A Waterfront and Signal Hill on the Main Road en route to Sea Point ... cont.

1 Thornhill Road, Green Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Directions to Brenwin Guest House

From Cape Town International Airport:
Take the N2 motorway in the direction of Cape Town. After approximately 20 minutes you will have the mountain on your left-hand side and you will pass Groote Schuur on your right. Keep in the right-hand lane. The N2 then splits into the Eastern Boulevard (right) and the M3. Take the Eastern Boulevard and follow it right around past the city on your left and Table Bay Harbour on your right. Keep to the middle lane. The motorway ends in a large junction with traffic lights. Coen Steytler is to the left and the turnoff to the Waterfront is to the right. Keep straight and cross over this junction. Cross straight over the next set of traffic lights and then turn right at the following set of traffic lights into Somerset Road (M61). Once in Somerset Road pass through 3 traffic lights (the last of which is a pedestrian crossing) and turn left into Upper Portswood Road. Upper Portswood Road forks – stay left and continue up to the top of this road and you will see Brenwin directly ahead of you.

From Paarl:
Drive along the N1 motorway towards Cape Town. At the Table Bay Boulevard Interchange keep in the right hand lane (you will see the signs to Sea Point/Green Point and the Waterfront) The city is now on your left and Table Bay Harbour on your right. Keep in the middle lane. The motorway ends in a large junction with traffic lights. Coen Steytler is to the left and the turnoff to the Waterfront is to the right. Keep straight and cross over this junction. Cross straight over the next set of traffic lights and then turn right at the following set of traffic lights into Somerset Road (M61). Once in Somerset Road pass through 3 traffic lights (the last of which is a pedestrian crossing) and turn left into Upper Portswood Road. Upper Portswood Road forks – stay left and continue up to the top of this road and you will see Brenwin directly ahead of you.

From Cape Town Station:
The main exit from the station is in Adderley Street. Go left into Adderley Street and then turn right into Riebeeck Street. Drive all the way up this street and after the 4th set of traffic lights Riebeeck Street becomes Somerset Road. Continue for about 0.5 km until you reach the traffic lights at a pedestrian crossing and turn left into Upper Portswood Road. Upper Portswood Road forks – stay left and continue up to the top of this road and you will see Brenwin directly ahead of you.

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