|4 Star Luxury Guest House situated close to the beach and restaurants.|
Unforgettable mountain and sea views. Close to Cape Town and Cape Point.
All rooms en-suite with all the amenities.
Attractions / Things to do
|Hiking, mountain climbing, deep sea fishing, biking, scuba diving, horse riding, yachting.|
Watching the sunset.
|Services / Facilities|
|TV, telephone, hairdryer. |
|R270.00 - R400.00 per person sharing per night|
R450.00 - R560.00 per single per night, breakfast included.
Self Catering R300.00 per couple per night.
|Directions to SEACLIFFE LODGE Hout Bay|
From the airport, you take the N2 highway to Cape Town. Go straight with this road towards Cape Town. You will pass to big cooling towers on your right hand side and various turnoffs on your left, (Raapenberg & M5 Muizenberg). A short distance after that, maybe 2 kilometers, the highway will eventually climb a bit of a hill on the verge of the city, here you take the KIRSTENBOSCH/Muizenburg M3 highway turn off which will be on your left hand side. The turn off before it should say Liesbeeck Drive.
Go straight down the M3 highway until you get the turn off to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (keep in the right hand lane going down the m3)
Turn right here at the robots towards Kirstenbosch & Constantia.
Follow the road until you pass Kirstenbosch main entrance on your right. Then 100 meters further you will get a T-Junction where you turn right
(And the sign should say Hout Bay).
You carry straight on with this road for a couple of kilometres which twists and turns until eventually you come to a traffic circle and here you go to your right and follow the road down towards Hout Bay.
You go straight over the first circle when you have entered Hout Bay and at the second circle, you turn right. At the T- Junction a couple of hundred meters down the road you turn left towards the harbour.
You go straight down this road and you will pass Mariners Wharf Side Grill (Restaurant) which is on your left hand side.
We are on the right hand side about 130 meters further up the road from
Mariners Wharf Restaurant.