Ideally located in the quaint and safe upmarket neighbourhood of Gardens/Tamboerskloof in the city bowl, just off the famous cosmopolitan restaurant strip on Kloof Street, close to public transport, shops and all amenities. The apartment belongs to your host, South African novelist and writer Brent Meersman, who lives nextdoor.
Ideally located in the quaint and safe upmarket neighbourhood of Gardens/Tamboerskloof in the city bowl, just off the famous cosmopolitan restaurant strip on Kloof Street, close to public transport, shops and all amenities. Outdoor balcony as well as enclosed breakfast room facing the classic Table Mountain vista. The apartment is 125 sq meters. There is also a basement cinema with bigscreen TV, DVD, BlueRay and a selection of great movies. Closeby are all amenities including laudromat, laundry, bakery, post office, a choice of supermarkets, also a large health food supermarket just around the corner. There also numerous coffee shops and restaurants with vegan and vegetarian options including Italian, South African, Japanese, French, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, Thai, German, all within five minutes walking distance.
Great for walking, cycling, just off Kloof Nek road which goes up to the cable car and over to CampsBay, and down to the Waterfront, beaches. Near to bus stops.
All the basics including a microwave. As the host lives next door it is possible to easily ask for any additional appliances and specialised equipment.
Apartment is fully equipped. Free wifi as well.
Charming, safe, quiet neighbourhood in the city
Bus stops, taxi rank, bicycle paths all within 100 metres.
Payment Details & Cancellation Policy
Time Of Payment
Flexible. Depends on time of year.
About Your Host
I am a writer based in Cape Town. I have a number of novels published. I was also a food critic for many years for the national weekly Mail & Guardian which made me investigate the food industry. Thinking through the issues, I became vegan. See the story here: http://mg.co.za/article/2016-05-15-nobody-listens-to-vegans