|Whether you’re in Cape Town visiting our beautiful city or here for business, 4 star guesthouse Sundown Manor, is the perfect location. |
Our sunny patio is an ideal spot for breakfasts and evening sundowners and overlooks the large and inviting swimming pool.
The area is quiet and well protected from the wind, an inviting setting for unwinding on those relaxing sunny summer days!
Attractions / Things to do
|If you like the outdoors-take a stroll down the Sea Point promenade, swim in the Olympic size swimming pools or climb Lion's Head Mountain that towers in the background. If you are a sun lover, the shopping type or simply appreciate fine food and wine, the buzz of the V&A Waterfront is a 10 minute drive away, as are the famous Clifton & Camps Bay beaches. Drive to the city centre with ease - ideal for that business meeting or trip to Greenmarket Square. |
|Services / Facilities|
|All rooms have King-size beds or twin single beds (upon request) and are ensuite with spacious showers. All rooms have TVs with local channels as well as movies, sports and Sky news. Tea and coffee facilities are available as are fans and heaters. Laundry is done on site, by request and the Honesty bar is available to all. |
|Winter 2011(01 May - 30 September)|
Rates: All rates are per night & inclusive of breakfast
Luxury Rooms: R850 per room sharing, R550, per single room
Standard Rooms: R750 per room sharing,R500 per single room
Summer 2011/12 (01 Oct 2011 - 30 Apr 20120)
Luxury rooms: R1150 per room sharing, R790 per single room Standard rooms: R1000 per room sharing,R710 per single room
Winter 2012 (01 May - 30 Sep 2012)
Luxury Rooms: R900 per room sharing, R600, per single room
Standard Rooms: R800 per room sharing,R550 per single room
|• Approaching the City on the N2 Highway (from the Airport or Garden Route) or the N1 Highway (From Paarl or the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town), follow the signs to the ‘City Centre’. |
• The two highways merge to form Buitengracht Street which you follow until turning right at Strand Street (at the third set of traffic lights).
• This street becomes High Level Road, which you follow until you reach Avenue Normandie where you will turn right (Look for the Green sign to Camps Bay, on High level Road).
• Sundown Manor is clearly marked with a silver sign and is on the corner of Avenue Normandie and Norman Grove.