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Camps Bay beach is long, soft and wide, edged with palm trees along the main road. It sits under the folds of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range, just fifteen minutes’ drive from the city centre on the way to Hout Bay. Unlike some of Cape Town’s other beaches, Camps Bay has easy access to shops and restaurants, just across the...

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Cape Allure Villa

Camps Bay
3 Suites
Units from R 8,500

With breath-taking, uninterrupted ocean views, the stunning Twelve Apostles as a backdrop and nature literally right on your doorstep, it’s easy to see just how fitting the...


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Atlantic Gold

Camps Bay
2 Suites and 4 Bedrooms

Atlantic Gold Guest House is located in Camps Bay on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town, Western Cape. Breathtaking sea views over the Atlantic Ocean, clean lines and elegant...


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Bayview Penthouses

Camps Bay
2 Penthouses and 2 Bedrooms

Bayview Penthouses offers classic self-catering accommodation in Camps Bay, Cape Town. Set high on the slopes of the famous Twelve Apostles mountain range with spectacular sea...


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The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa

Camps Bay
70 bedrooms

Hovering high above the Atlantic Ocean and flanked by the Table Mountain National Park and Twelve Apostles mountain range, the Twelve Apostles Hotel is a 5-Star boutique...


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Place on the Bay

Camps Bay
20 Apartments
Units from R 900

Place On The Bay in Camps Bay offers discerning guests a wide range of accommodation including studios, one- and two-bedroom suites and an exclusive Penthouse with an open-plan...


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Sea Star Rocks

Camps Bay
3 suites
PPS from R 1,800

Recently opened by Ardi Hasenohrl, Sea Star Boutique Hotel offers sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, Camps Bay beach, Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. Located a refined...


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Fairways on The Bay

Camps Bay
8 rooms
Units from R 1,050

Fairways on the Bay is a stylish guesthouse with magnificent views of the Atlantic seaboard and majestic views of the ocean. The guesthouse has 8 luxury rooms, all en-suite,...


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The Bay Hotel

Camps Bay
78 rooms
PPS from R 840

The Bay Hotel is a superbly designed space with a distinctive blend of sophisticated elegance and casual comfort.78 rooms and suites offer luxury in an unsurpassed setting and...


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Atlantic House

Camps Bay
5 Bedrooms and 1 Studio
PPS from R 1,700
Includes Bed & Breakfast

Atlantic House is located in Camps Bay on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town and is a stylish contemporary boutique residence offering superb views, privacy and luxury combined...


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Camps Bay Villa

Camps Bay
1 Two-Bedroomed Villa, 1 Penthouse and 1 Studio with one bedroom each, Self-Catering Options
Units from R 2,800

Camps Bay Villa is a special combination of spectacular beach, Atlantic Ocean and mountain views, with privacy and exclusive use. Magnificently positioned in Camps Bay, Cape...


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61 on Camps Bay

Camps Bay
7 Rooms
PPS from R 510

Situated within easy walking distance of Camps Bay beach and it’s trendy shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafes, 61 on Camps Bay is a bright, spacious guest house decorated as a...


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Finchley Guest House

Camps Bay
6 Bedrooms
PPS from R 500

Situated in Camps Bay, just a short walk from the beach, shops, restaurants and vibrant nightlife, this superb guest house enjoys stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the...


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Beachside

Camps Bay
Villa with 5 Bedrooms and Penthouse with 3 Bedrooms, Self-Catering Options
Units from R 950

Beachside Villa and Penthouse is situated in Camps Bay on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town and offers stunning views of the Twelve Apostle mountain range and the palm-lined...


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Bayside Terrace

Camps Bay
1 Apartment with Two Bedrooms
PPS from R 450
Includes Unit

Bayside Terrace, a colonial seaside villa set in Camps Bay on the Atlantic seaboard in Cape Town, is a stylish and well-appointed private apartment. Stunning mountain and...


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Entabeni Guest House

Camps Bay
3 B&B Rooms, 1 self-catering Studio

Entabeni Guest House definitely lives up to its name (meaning “on the mountain”) being set upon the slopes of majestic Table Mountain. Overlooking scenic Camps Bay, it’s...


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The Crystal

Camps Bay
Studios, One- and Two-bedroom Apartments, Self-Catering Options
Units from R 1,430

Enjoy panoramic views of Camps Bay, Lions Head, the Atlantic Ocean and spectacular sunsets from The Crystal's architecturally stunning apartments in one of the world’s most...


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Camps Bay Retreat

Camps Bay
15 rooms
Units from R 1,680

Described as a “sanctuary for the soul”, this boutique hotel is one of Camps Bay’s best kept secrets. Bordering Table Mountain National Park, within four acres of lush forest...


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The Glen Apartments

Camps Bay
11 Apartments
PPS from R 715

The Glen Apartments takes their name from the 35 acre Glen forest nature reserve that the apartments border on in Camps Bay. Located in a wooded area of Camps Bay, these...


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Camps Bay travel guide

Camps Bay beach is long, soft and wide, edged with palm trees along the main road. It sits under the folds of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range, just fifteen minutes’ drive from the city centre on the way to Hout Bay. Unlike some of Cape Town’s other beaches, Camps Bay has easy access to shops and restaurants, just across the road. These shiny chic restaurants are packed in summer with beautiful people, celebrities and young people out for a good time. Right next door is Glen Beach, where surfers go at all times of the day and in all weather. Behind the main strip, climbing up the hill, you’ll see huge mansions owned by both the local and international elite.

But there’s another side to the suburb. Because it’s an old, lived-in part of town, Camps Bay manages to be family friendly as well as trendy. The beach is clean and accessible for kids, the sea is usually gentle and there are some great rocks to explore. If you wander the back roads, moving further uphill, you find a quieter, more villagey atmosphere. You’ll come across some small historic houses, a lovely little fairy glen and of course, you’ll eventually walk right onto the mountain. From there you can clearly see the whole of Camps Bay, its curved white beach, and beyond.

In summer, Camps Bay is the ultimate fun busy place. In winter you have more breathing room but less of a scene. You can choose which is your thing, or, if you can get it right, come in spring or autumn when you get the perfect dose of good weather, good vibe and space. Whatever time you can be there, Camps Bay is a great choice for a base in Cape Town, as it is not only charming and social but a short drive away from Sea Point, the City Bowl and Waterfront.

Fabulous things to do around Camps Bay:

  • Walk to Clifton – no need to find parking in that notoriously difficult spot. Down the stairs and you feel completely away from the world on one of Clifton’s four stunning beaches.
  • Theatre on the Bay – Pieter Toerien’s intimate theatre puts on some great shows and comedy acts.
  • Picnic in a forest glen – near the Round House restaurant is a quiet forest with a river. Also off small Blinkwater Road there is a small pretty glen with stone tables for a picnic.
  • Table Mountain - a ten-minute drive takes you to the foot of Table Mountain. From here you can do any number of walks, ranging from easy to difficult. Or you could take the revolving cable car to the top of Table Mountain and have lunch at the the restaurant.
  • Lion’s Head and Signal Hill – opposite Table Mountain you can do some great climbs and walks. A sunset picnic on Signal Hill is always magic, or sign up for some paragliding off Lion’s Head.
  • City bowl - Coming down Lion’s Head or Table Mountain, you are minutes away from the old and atmospheric suburbs of Tamboerskloof and Oranjezicht with their Cape Dutch houses and leafy streets. Walk or drive into the city centre from here as it’s a short leap away.

A little further afield you’ll find:

  • Hout Bay and beyond - Drive to hippie Hout Bay with its beautiful harbour and beach. Then take the scenic Chapmans Peak Drive over to Noordhoek and the False Bay coast, with Muizenberg, Kalk Bay and Simonstown as great stops.
  • Sea Point - Walk along the seaside promenade with its arty benches and sculptures. You can also rent bicycles outside the Pavilion. Along the way towards the Waterfront you will pass the Green Point Urban Park, a lovely landscaped green space, with a kids’ playground, a lake and paths bordered with labelled plants for some eco-education.
  • V & A Waterfront – At the Mouille Point end of the promenade you’ll find one of the most beautifully situated shopping and entertainment complexes in the world. Edging a pretty harbour with Table Mountain behind, the Waterfront is full of shops, markets, eating places, boat rides and seals.
  • Robben Island - The Waterfront is also the gateway to Robben Island, where you can tour the prison and quarry and learn the story of Nelson Mandela and his comrades during the struggle against apartheid.