Conveniently situated in the heart of the Atlantic Seaboard, Fresnaye and Sea Point. Ideal for the business and holiday traveller. Offering a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Comfortable, secure home with avant-garde features - satellite TV and lounge. Bedrooms have mountain or garden views, some with private patio/sea views. Tropical garden with splash pool. Private, en suite guest rooms.
Wireless Internet hot spot access
Air conditioning in selected rooms
Bath robes for your use during your stay
Iron and Ironing board available
Guest room telephone
Tea and coffee tray
1 ROBBEN ISLAND
The world renowned isolated island prison. Tours to the island conducted by the Robben Island Museum and Hylton Ross Tours. Tours run daily and lasts for 3.5 hours. Booking is essential. Click here to return to the Top.
2 VICTORIA AND ALFRED WATERFRONT
08 minutes drive from Two Twenty-Four The Guest House
Developed around the older wharves of the scenic Cape Town harbour, the buildings here date back to 1860, when Prince Alfred (Queen Victoria's son) tipped the rock for construction of the breakwater. Original buildings have been renovated and new buildings have been built in the same Victorian style. This waterfront complex has become hugely successful and is one of the most popular places to visit day or night in Cape Town. An excellent example of the worldwide trend to revitalise big city ports, this wonderland has the charms of a working harbour with seagulls and fur seals waiting for scraps from fishing boats and tugs tied next to luxury yachts. The salty sea air mingles with the smell of fresh crayfish and garlic prawns being served on smart restaurant terraces. Offering a cosmopolitan choice of restaurants, two shopping centres, two craft markets, cinemas and bars, visitors are spoilt for choice. During the day, embark on a helicopter flip around the Peninsula, a boat ride to Robben Island on a high speed catamaran (where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned) or visit the Two Oceans Aquarium offering 300 species of underwater creatures and where scuba divers will enjoy the opportunity to dive with sharks.
3 TABLE MOUNTAIN
15 minutes drive from Two Twenty-Four The Guest House
Standing at 1086 m above sea level, this spectacular mountain which forms part of the Cape Peninsula National Park, dominates Cape Town and its nearest suburbs and attracts visitors from far and wide. You can walk, climb, bike, abseil or paraglide the mountain. You can, of course, take the elegant Swiss-designed revolving cable car if you simply want the view and the surprise of a different world on top of the mountain. Wooden walkways and designated paths allow you to wander around at the top without damaging the unique plant life. Dassies (rock hyrax) that look like overgrown guinea pigs, laze around on the sun-warmed rocks and accept little tidbits from curious visitors. It is best to visit on a clear, still day and it is advisable to phone the Cableway Station beforehand to check on the weather conditions (cable car doesn't operate in windy conditions) and pre-booking is recommended in summer. Remember to take a hat, sunscreen, camera as well as a windbreaker as it can sometimes be quite chilly at the top. There are restaurants and shops at the top of the table (you can even post a postcard from the top of the mountain), so don't forget your wallet!
4 KIRSTENBOSCH NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS
25 minutes drive from Two Twenty-Four The Guest House
The beautiful and world-renowned gardens of Kirstenbosch are set against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Approximately 6 000 species of Southern Africa's flora are represented, particularly that of the Cape floral kingdom, known as fynbos. A well-know birding "hotspot", the well maintained gardens, adjacent fynbos and indigenous forest support an attractive diversity of species. Numerous hiking trails commence at this point, offering spectacular views of the city from the vantage points along the slopes of the mountain.You will come across some unusual features as you stroll through the gardens. There is a cycad bush in a cage, the last of its kind left in the world. It has no mate for propagation and needs protection from souvenir hunters. Amongst the shrubs you will see impressive stone sculptures large and small, which are part of a permanent exhibition of Shona art from Zimbabwe.
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