Owned by a South African/ British couple it’s a generous mixture of the worlds combined. From the powder blue and white trimmed exterior to the grand arches, chandeliers and embossed ceilings of the interior, this gracious manor house of the 19th century is elegant and grand in gesture.
Ornate gold mirrors, textured wall papers, velvet couches and Victorian black and white tiling all lend to the elegance and charm of days gone by. Coupled with modern hospitality, African flair and new world glamour in the rich colours and dark finishes throughout. It’s rather all resplendent.
You’re well situated to explore the city of Cape Town. You’re close enough to most of the main attractions without having to venture too far. Although venture you must, there’s loads to see and plenty to do. Restaurants abound in and around the area and the friendly staff will gladly make you a reservation and arrange you a taxi there and back.
Pleasantly old fashioned with modern luxuries, Kingslyn Guesthouse is endearing, welcoming and a mighty fine choice of place to stay in Cape Town if you wish to skip on the big corporate hotels and backyard B&B’s.
Six Rooms with king size/ twin beds (including two *Suites and one **Luxury Suite); all en-suite with a shower; air-conditioning; fridge; flat screen TV with selected DSTV channels; hairdryer; safe; tea and coffee facilities
*The Suites have an additional lounge area and a sleeper couch.
**The Luxury Suite has a custom four poster with an extra length and extra size king size bed. The en-suite also has a large shower and a bath tub.
Lounge, sun room; bar; outside courtyard; dining area; free WIFI (in rooms and main area); safe parking; laundry and airport transfers (by arrangement at additional cost)
This is Cape Town, one of the most incredible cities in the world and a top pick for South Africa. The Mother City is nothing short of fantastic and there’s loads to do to explore it.
Go on a local township tour, visit the winelands and go wine tasting. Tour the stunning Cape Peninsula and of course you’ll be wanting to tick Table Mountain off your list. Do a hop on, hop off bus tour. A great way to see multiple highlights all within a day.
There are markets, shows and events right throughout the year and sightseeing is a definite must. Explore the city. Wine and dine. Shop ‘till you drop and well, simply indulge.