Romney Park Luxury Suites & Wellness Centre

Corner of Hill Road & Romney Road, Green Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa
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neighborhoods

by mummi

we are looking for a a B&B in Capetown - first visit - is the Bo Kaap area good? If not, any suggestions?

Re: neighborhoods

by Gerald_D

Are you renting a car? Bo Kaap generally does not have safe parking for cars at night.

Re: neighborhoods

by lynnehamman

Hi

if you have transport, consider staying in the False Bay Coast area,
St James, and Kalk Bay are simply stunning, and many B&B's have beautiful sea views. The beaches (especially St James) are excellent for swimming.
These two suburbs are also on a rail line, train trip is about 30mins.
Staying in or near city (Like Bo-Kaap) is very handy, but as Gerald points out- not too great at night.
I suggest that you Google B&B St James or Kalk Bay, and see what comes up.
Also......what is your budget?

Re: neighborhoods

by mummi

thanks to both of you who responded...I didn't give you sufficient info...no car, first visit...wondering about advisability of visitng a Game Reserve...worthwhile ? Suggestions? Think we prefer a B&B in Cape Town to hotel...any suggestions for that? Thank you in advance...

Re: neighborhoods

by lynnehamman

OK but we need to know

length of stay
Budget for B&B

Travel Tips for Cape Town

Signal Hill seperates Sea Point from City Bowl

by rachel_sun

Signal Hill seperates Sea Point from the City Bowl.At noon everyday(not sunday)a cannon fires.You can hear it all over Cape Town.I enjoyed having a picnic here and walking around and the views are wonderful. Delicious Cape food.

South Africans love to have a Braai (BBQ)

by jo104

There is nothing better then enjoying a traditional South African braai. It is usually done on a wood burning fire outside. The men traditionally are in charge of cooking the meat whilst drinking several beers whilst the women prepare yummy salads like potatoe salad, carrot & orange salad, coleslew, noodle salad, rice salad curried with peaches & a tossed salad which could contain fruiit.

The sausage is called borewors which is a spicied sausage coiled into a round. Sosaties are cubes of meat & vegetables on a stick. Chops & chicken are also pretty common. People do fish in tin foil (although I'm not a lover of fish)

South Africans make a day of having a braai & the goodness is in the eating - hungry just typing this

DEVIL'S PEAK.

by PEE-WEE

This peak , 1001 metres high, flanks the eastern side of Table Mountain.
It was originally known as the Wind Mountain, but takes its present name from a local legend.

Van Hunks, a retired pirate, was said to spend his days sitting beneath a clump of trees at Breakfast Rock, a large boulder on the saddle of land connecting Devil's Peak to Table Mountain.Van Hunks would smoke a mixture of rum - soaked tobacco.

One day, so the legend goes, the devil confronted Van Hunks at Breakfast Rock and challenged him to a smoking contest.
The contest is said to continue throughout the summer months, in winter Van Hunks suffers from rheumatism and is unable to climb the mountain, and to cause the "tablecloth" of cloud which sometimes lies on Table Mountain.

On the slopes of Devil's Peak the British, during the first occupation of the Cape, built a pair of small forts.
They also dragged an armament of cannon up the slopes and although these were never fired in conflict they remain today,symbolically standing guard over the city,Table Bay and the mountains of the interior.

Markets

by rachel_sun

Greenmarket Square has a daily market and is a great place to buy local crafts and get a bargain.Grand Parade market(wednesday and sunday) is a market more for local people and not visiters to buy stuff.But its a really lively and fun place to be. Craft Shops.

There are loads of craft shops all over Cape Town.Some of them sell township items that make great gifts like recycled tin boxes and toys.For good quality items,try the Siyakatala stall in the craft market at the Waterfront.The things made here are made by self help groups from the townships.
African Image on corner of Church and Burg Streets sells a huge range of new and old crafts.The prices here are very reasonable too.

Fancy a traditional English Sunday Roast?

by witchfinder about The Nag's Head

This is a pub/restaurant in Noordhoek, which definitely has an English Pub influence as they serve a traditional Sunday Lunch, but they also have a great variety of dishes on the menu including a number of game dishes such as Zebra and Warthog steaks and an excellent Springbok & Guiness Pie. The prices are very reasonable. Springbok & Guiness Pie - traditional English 'Pub Grub' with a twist!

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 Romney Park Luxury Suites & Wellness Centre

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Address: Corner of Hill Road & Romney Road, Green Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa