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Arise to the sea on your doorstep when you decide to stay at the gorgeous 205 Seacliffe in beautiful, wind-free Bantry Bay one of Africa’s prime positions. Bantry Bay is located on the renowned Atlantic strip, which includes adjacent Clifton and Camps Bay. This gem is perfect for short visits and is situated right opposite pristine Saunders Rock Beach. A short stroll away will lead you to the array of fantastic restaurants, stores and bars of Bantry Bay and Sea Point, whilst a Laundromat, pharmacy and majority of nearby beaches lie right round the corner.
This one bedroom unit comes with an open plan lounge/dining room and kitchenette with gleaming wooden floors and comfy furnishings. The chic kitchen comes kitted out with a bar fridge, mini cooker and microwave. The bedroom houses a luxury queen size bed and provides an abundance of cupboard space. A satellite television is available in both the bedroom and lounge. The lovely bathroom comes with a shower, basin and toilet. He apartment is light and airy, with the scent of the sea drifting into the lounge and bedroom. The place is serviced once a week and you are given peace of mind knowing it is protected by a top-notch security system. One secure parking bay will be available here during your stay. Activities in which to partake nearby include bird watching, water sports, golf, cycling, jogging, hiking and shark cage diving!
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Bantry Bay is an exclusive suburb of Cape Town, right between the vivid city life of Cape Town, and the luxurious world of Camps Bay. It is located at the beautiful beach of the Atlantic Ocean, and it is the ideal place where you can spend your holiday in rest and peace, away from the mass tourism, but you are still close to major tourist attractions for a nice day out.
When you are planning to go out for a nice meal, we recommend you visit Salt Restaurant & Bar or The Islands Restaurant at Protea Hotel President, both located in Bantry Bay. Other restaurants can be found in for example Camps Bay, or other neighbourhoods in Cape Town.
What to do
When you decide to come to Bantry Bay, there are a few things you should not miss out on. First of all you should visit the lovely beach, you could climb Lion’s Head at full moon and enjoy the 360 degree view of Cape Town and the ocean, go up Table Mountain either by cable car or climbing, or take a visit to the V&A waterfront. These are only a few of the many things you could do in the area of Bantry Bay, but these are certainly points you should not miss out on.
NightlifeSince Bantry Bay is a suburban area of Cape Town, there is not much nightlife going on. In case you are interested in a good night out, we recommend you visit the nearby area of Camps Bay, or the Cape Town city center. When you decide to take a look in Camps Bay, make sure you go to Victoria road, and in Cape Town you will see that on Long Street you can find something that will meet your wishes. Whether you are looking for a nightclub, a nice lounge, pub or café, there is a wide variety of places where you could go.