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Luxury Accommodation in Hout Bay

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The delightful harbor village of Hout Bay is one of Cape Town’s most popular neighbourhoods. It is situated at the foot of the scenic Chapman’s Peak drive at the end of the Atlantic Seaboard (past Llandudno) and features an attractive beach and beautiful rugged mountains.  There is plenty to see and do in Hout Bay – so much so that you could...

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Intaba Lodge

Hout Bay
4 Bedrooms, 1 Suite and 2 Cottage, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 785

Intaba Lodge is in Hout Bay, Cape Town and has sweeping panoramic views across the surrounding mountains bordering Hout Bay. Luxuriant tranquil gardens stretch over 8 500 m²,...


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Frogg's Leap

Hout Bay
5 Bedrooms and 1 Studio

PLEASE NOTE Frogg's Leap is closed from 1 June 2017 - 31 July 2017Frogg's Leap is in Hout Bay in Cape Town and offers laid back comfort in a peaceful plantation style house....


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Villa Afrique

Hout Bay
4 Bedrooms
PPS from R 1,350

Set in Hout Bay Cape Town, a fishing village only 20 minutes from the City. Villa Afrique offers panoramic views over the bay, beach, working harbour and mountains....


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Seacliffe Lodge

Hout Bay
PPS from R 822

Seacliffe Lodge is located on the slopes above the yacht basin in Hout Bay with breathtaking harbour, mountain and sea views. Spacious bedrooms include DSTV, telephone,...


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The Salt House

Hout Bay
8 rooms
Units from R 1,550

The Salt House is a family-run guest house tucked between the mountains and ocean of Hout Bay. Established in August 2017, it is inspired by the Himalayan salt crystal and...


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Hout Bay travel guide

The delightful harbor village of Hout Bay is one of Cape Town’s most popular neighbourhoods. It is situated at the foot of the scenic Chapman’s Peak drive at the end of the Atlantic Seaboard (past Llandudno) and features an attractive beach and beautiful rugged mountains.  There is plenty to see and do in Hout Bay – so much so that you could easily spend a whole week exploring the place before you even feel the need to venture out to the rest of Cape Town

Hout Bay Highlights

The following list of suggested things to do in Hout Bay was submitted by Intaba Lodge in Hout Bay.

  • Take a drive along the breathtaking Chapman's Peak all the way to beautiful Noordhoek
  • Encounter marine life – the Seal Island tour departs from Hout Bay harbor – seals, dolphins, whales in season) and sharks can be seen on this trip.
  • Dine out at one of the many restaurants, delis, cafes and pubs in Hout Bay. Intaba Lodge recommends Kitima, Pure3 and Mariners' Wharf.
  • Hout Bay offers two great options for market lovers. Shop till you drop at the indoor Bay Harbour market (Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays) where you can also enjoy a delicious fresh meal. Support the Lions Club by attending their crafts market on Sundays.
  • Head for the hills – go hiking along one of the many trails in the surrounding mountains, or in the beautiful Orangekloof Nature Reserve where you’ll feel like you’re far away from civilization.
  • Hang out with the locals – have sundowners at Chapman's Peak Hotel restaurant terrasse or enjoy live music on Friday nights at Pakalolo restaurant. Visit the ‘smallest pub in the world’ for fun.

 

Our Portfolio of Hout Bay Accommodation

Portfolio offers luxurious and comfortable accommodation at a select number of hand-picked B&Bs, Guest Houses and cottages in and around Hout Bay.

Whether you prefer to be near the town centre or the beach or the mountain, all of our Hout Bay establishments are within easy reach of everything!

Hout Bay gets very busy over the December / January holiday season but those who enjoy a fun summer vibe won’t mind. Other guests may prefer to come in the cooler quieter months.   

 

(Image: Intaba Lodge)