Travellers head to the Mother City tucked beneath the recognizable lines of Table Mountain with accommodation for two people including breakfast at Gap Lodge.
Choose between these options:
- R849 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 249 for a three-night stay for two
Sharing and including breakfast
The Lodge at a Glance
Tucked away in the leafy suburb of Tamboerskloof, travellers can escape to Gap Lodge with its lush green surrounds and views of Table Mountain. Meet the crisp morning air with breakfast and a steaming cup of coffee on the terrace while watching squirrels frolic in the trees, or simply lounge in the garden for a bit of quietude. Situated directly across from a small convenience store and ATM, travellers need not venture far to stock up on essentials although the lodge is situated within walking distance of vibey Kloof and Long street – iconic Cape Town attractions peppered with restaurants and shops.
- Situated in leafy Tamboerskloof
- Lush green surrounds and views of Table Mountain
- Breakfast and coffee served on the terrace
- Within walking distance of a small convenience store, ATM and trendy Kloof and Long Street.
Gap Lodge offers visitors three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, each individually decorated and kitted out for comfort.
- Queen sized bed
- A range of toiletries
- En-suite shower and toilet
- Dual air-conditioning for both hot and cold days
- 100% percale cotton linen
- Digital safe, free WiFi and a hairdryer
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Cape Town
Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and boasts an endless variety of sights for tourists to enjoy. Pearly white beaches dot the coastline surrounding the city, while Table Mountain watches over denizens. Visit the Cape Wheel at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront or take a cable car up the mountain. Being a cultural melting pot, Cape Town offers visitors from any walk of life entertainment. Explore the wine lands surrounding the city, or take in a shopping spree at one of the many malls or markets in and around the city.
Cape Town boasts an active nightlife scene with a variety of clubs and pubs that cater to travellers looking for a big night out, or simply a quiet evening with a few drinks. Visit historic locations such as Robben Island or the Castle of Good Hope or taking a walking tour of the city and discover the museums and gems hidden in the nooks and crannies of Cape Town. The city is the perfect venue for travellers who want to unwind and excitement seekers alike.