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With beautiful garden; not heritage building:

Sunbirds. This one-acre garden, which is 20 years old, is situated on a steep slope on the south-eastern side of Table Mountain, not far from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.This garden is a naturalist’s creation grown out of passion and curiosity- it was planned and planted by Brigette Berg and the current custodian is Charlotte Rasson.This is a private garden open to guests staying at  Charlotte’s self-catering cottage. (for reservations phone +27(0)21 794 6690 ; e-mail:

Heritage accommodation & garden

Heritage accommodation:

Justin and Natalia Pearson named The Three Boutique Hotel for being number three Flower Street and for the three iconic Cape Town views: Table Mountain, Lions Head and Devil’s Peak.  In the 1770′s the building was one of ten conspicuously large Manor Houses in Cape Town. It was originally owned and occupied by the Commandant of the Castle, General Robert J.Gordon, who mapped a good part of South Africa. He maintained a large garden – a floral paradise from where he exported rare plants to Europe and the East. Thus Flower Street got its name. LOCATION: 3 Flower Street,Gardens,Cape Town (a quiet but convenient part of the City) ACCOMMODATION: 15 Rooms. B&B from R850-00 per night per person sharing, from R1360-00 single occupancy (Prices may vary, confirmation should be obtained upon booking)  ENQUIRIES: +27(0)21 465 7517 | | LOCATION:  city centre/ “Gardens”, Cape Town. GARDEN: 15 minutes drive to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens.Walking distance to Company Gardens.
Medindi Manor offers luxury Guest House accommodation in Rosebank, Cape Town, to corporate travelers and holiday makers alike who are seeking the design and sophistication of a boutique hotel, combined with the personalised service and affordability of a guesthouse. LOCATION: Cape Town, Rosebank. +27(0) 21 686 3563 | |

LOCATION: Hopefield, 1 hour from Cape Town. Originally purchased by settler Martin Melck in 1770, Kersefontein farm, with its fine old Cape Dutch homestead and rambling outbuildings, has been worked by eight generations of the Melck family.Little has changed in terms of beauty, tranquility and isolation.Present custodian and farmer Julian Melck has converted a number of farm buildings into luxurious rooms and suites for Bed and Breakfast, and self-catering accommodation.Complementing the luxury and comfort of the guest suites, are the excellent meals prepared by Julian’s staff, served in the early nineteenth-century dining room . (Dinners in the evening can be arranged when contacting Julian and I do highly recommend that you do book dinner) We visited Kersefontein in Spring and were bowled over by the beautiful daisies all over the farm.ACCOMMODATION: B&B from R490 to R895 per person sharing (Prices may vary, confirmation should be obtained upon booking; no single supplement)ENQUIRIES: tel.+27(0)22 783 0850 | | FEAUTURES: Accommodation, Working Farm , Historic Farmhouse

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Greendoor Collection

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