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PLEASE NOTE Frogg's Leap is closed from 1 June 2017 - 31 July 2017
Frogg's Leap is in Hout Bay in Cape Town and offers laid back comfort in a peaceful plantation style house. Halfway between the City and wild Cape of Good Hope, with huge verandahs overlooking the sea and lush Baviaanskloof.
Decorated simple island style with cool faded cottons, lazy ceiling fans and Colonial rattan furniture, rooms have TV, fridge and tea tray. Fresh buffet breakfasts. Jôke and Stewart are ex-Caribbean chartering folk with their own catamaran. Relax at the elevated pool with wonderful views or walk to the beach or village.
TGCSA 4-Star Guest House | Dutch and German spoken | Transfers
Please note: Rates are a guide and subject to change. Please re-confirm rates when booking or enquiring.
From Cape Town International Airport
Take the N2 towards the city, when you are almost driving into the mountain take the Kirstenbosch/Muizenberg (M3) off-ramp on your left.
Drive past the University of Cape Town on the M3, at the first traffic lights, there is a sign on your right saying Hout Bay, turn right there, drive via a leafy lane past Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens until the next intersection.
Turn right to Hout Bay, wind up this road known as the M63 and also Rhodes drive, until you get to a traffic circle known as Constantia Neck.
Keep to your right and drive towards Hout Bay via the Hout Bay main road.
Keep straight on, past the circle with the local police station to your left, past Kronendal historic mansion also on your left, still on the Maid Road towards Chapman Peak.
Just past the Shell service station which is on your left, drive on then turn to your left underneath a gate saying Hout Bay Manor.
This is Baviaanskloof Road, drive up this road, past the Manor, past the first road on your left called Darling and on the next bend in the road you will see the Frogg's Leap sign on an old Oak tree.
This is the first Frogg's Leap house; from here you will be taken up to the main guest house in Baviaans Close.
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