Trevoyan Guest House

South Africa

  • Mountain views
  • Quiet neighbourhood
  • Short drive from the Waterfront
  • Good local restaurants and cafes
  • Solar heated swimming pool

Open: The Trevoyan Guest House is open all year.

Location: The hotel is in the suburb of Tamboerskloof, on the slopes of Table Mountain. It's a short and inexpensive 10 minute taxi ride to the V&A Waterfront and Camps Bay. It is a 25-minute drive from the airport. 

Rooms: There are 7 en-suite rooms. 5 are in the main house and 2 suites are in the Garden Villa.  All have Wi-Fi, IDD phone, fully stocked minibar, satellite TV and private bathroom with range of toiletries. The 2 garden suites have a sleeper couch in the living room and a small kitchenette

Activities: Sightseeing and shopping in and around Cape Town, spending time on the beaches at Camps Bay.

Facilities: The guest house has numerous terraces including the roof terrace. There are large gardens and a swimming pool. Staff can assist with restaurant reservations. There is a Fiat500 convertible which guests can hire from the guest house, but it is best to pre-book this.

Dining:  The hotel provides a full English breakfast and continental breakfast each day. Packed breakfasts and picnics can be arranged on request.  

Children: Children above the age of 12 are welcome.

Health:  This is not a malarial area.

Communication:  There is free Wi-Fi internet access. 

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Client Rating for South Africa 5/5 from 74 reviews

Lovely place to stay! Great location & excellent accommodation - felt very homely and the service was great! Everyone was very friendly and helpful and the room was simply lovely!

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