Number of rooms
12 Glen Beach Full House is an incredible unit boasting twelve bedrooms. Majority of the luxurious bedrooms, adorned in pure cotton linen, come with their own en-suite bathrooms. The spacious lounge contains a gorgeous suede lounge suit and a plasma television with a full satellite bouquet and DVD player.
The big, open plan dining room is fully kitted out with all appliances required during a wonderful vacation in the Cape, including a microwave, electriv oven, gas oven and hob, two refridgerators, one wine fridge, one freezer and dishwasher. The stunning deck is made of timber and sandstone, supplying fantastic sea views. This wonderful unit comes with a heated swimming pool, sun loungers and gas barbeque facilities. Fore you convenience, Wi-Fi is available throughout the house which is serviced each week day.
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The ‘Riviera of the South Africa’, Camps Bay is where the rich and famous strut their designer wear.
The Camps Bay strip is famous for its bars, restaurants and beautiful white sandy beach. A popular place for locals to sit back, relax and watch the sunset, while sipping a beautiful cocktail.
It is well known for multi million dollar apartments and villas.
More than enough restaurants can be found in Camps Bay, but to just name a few worth a visit we would recommend you to go to Blues the icon of the ultra-trendy Camps Bay, Paranga Cape Town’s coolest culinary experience where you can eat delicious sushi, Pepper Club where you can enjoy the sea view while sipping on cocktails, or indulging in exceptional seafood lunches or sunset dinners and The Raj Restaurant offers all the splendour of traditional North Indian cuisine.
What to do
When you are in Camps Bay you should not forget to relax on the beautiful beach, maybe some surfing. You could also go for a hike on the Table Mountain and/or Lions Head.
NightlifeWhen you are looking for a nice bar or a bite to eat, there are some places where you will find everything you need. You could visit Café Caprice: The trendy ‘be seen at bar’. Very popular on Sunday evenings but get there early!