Bedroom was fabulous, breakfasts were delicious, complimentary sherry in the hall, and the staff are truly out of this world. Across the street there is a very pleasant little delicatessen with good cappuccino!And all this with magnificent Table Mountain as a backdrop.All a Pleasure Every time I visit Cape Town, I only stay at one guesthouse, Floréal House.

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As Cape Town is considered one of the premier destinations in the world, so is Floreal House an ideal place to stay in the Mother City – with everything you’d expect from a guest house of this calibre.

Located below the magnificent Table Mountain, guests staying at Floréal House are treated to the most stunning views of not only this wonder of the world, but also the city, harbour and Table Bay that comes alive with light at night.

A short ride away, or even walking distance, guests will find some of the best restaurants, tourist attractions and sights the city has to offer – the beautiful Company Gardens, V&A Waterfront, the bustling city centre, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the cable-way up the mountain and the world-renowned beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno.

Ten exceptionally comfortable 4-star rooms offer all that can be expected for a top holiday.

This magnificent, well-known Cape Town building boasts sweeping views of Table Mountain, the harbour and Table Bay.

Dating back to the 1920’s, the lodge is exceptionally stylish, with an impressive white exterior and attractive wooden-framed windows, looking out on views in all directions. Meals are served all day by the swimming pool in the colourful gardens and staff are on hand at all times to help maximize the guests’ enjoyment of the Mother City.

Conveniently situated in historic Oranjezicht, the lodge has easy access to the Waterfront, the mountain and the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton offering the comfort of a small hotel within a stone’s throw of the heart of Cape Town.

Majestic Mountain View What a warm welcome at Floréal House.

Fantastic Guest House Stayed here for a week during a business and pleasure trip to South Africa. It is a converted colonial-type house, with high ceilings, wood beams and a general airy feel. Some rooms (2 & 3) have amazing views out over Cape Town and Devil’s peak.