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I am a born and bred Capetonian who loves to hike on Table Mountain and swim in the reservoirs on top! I have done most ParkRuns on the Cape Peninsula and my favourite one is the Green Point ParkRun. I do Kundalini Yoga, Vipassana & practice Astrology. Cape Town has so many awesome restaurants and wine estates, that it would be impossible to list them all.
Babett purchased this Apartment in 2000
Why Babett chose Gardens
I love the sleek cleanliness of this one, and the excellent location, not to mention the fast fibre internet and the streaming TV!
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Best of all 3! City, Mountain & Sea!
We love B's hospitality so much, that we stay in her apartments whenever we come to Cape Town! This one is perfect for the 2 of us! No mess, no fuss, clean, sleek and very comfortable. The best is all the restaurants you can walk to from here! And the big walk-in shower with the side-jets is really unique, and we're so glad Cape Town's water problems are over!
Always sooo lovely to have you guys stay! You are welcome back anytime and thanks for the wine! :)
Modern & clean, nippy & zippy!
It was just as the pictures showed it and best of all, it took us only 8 minutes to get to Clifton 4th Beach, even though it is in the City Bowl, so we had the best of both worlds: proximity to the bustle of the City, AND beach!
Thank you for staying with us and being such easy guests! We look forward to host your next Cape Town holiday!
Lovely spot, great view of the mountain.
We had a lovely time, flat is close to lively Kloof Neck strip, with a short walk to Checkers. The bus stops almost right outside the front door. As keen hikers we were very close to both Lions Head and Table Mountain. Just over the neck are the beautiful Clifton and Campsbay beaches. The flat is in a clean, well maintained block. With all the appliances needed for a very comfortable stay. Loved it.
Tamboerskloof lies between Gardens and the Cape Peninsula National Park, just outside the reaches of Long Street at the foot of Lion’s Head.
Tamboerskloof is one of the oldest residential suburbs in Cape Town and large, beautiful Victorian-style homes lie side-by-side with art deco in an eclectic mix of architectural styles. Gorgeous views of the bay, Lion’s Head and the mountain make this a popular suburb and an easy one in which to base yourself when in Cape Town.
This lovely suburb, in particular, appears to lie in the arms of Table Mountain. While many of the city bowl’s residential areas recline in enviable positions, up in the foothills of the mountain, Tamboerskloof is at the base of the hill, affected only by the initial incline, although when you’re walking it, it can still feel pretty steep.
Tamboerskloof is perfectly placed to explore the rest of Cape Town and the hum of the city makes its presence felt here. The neighbourhood is quiet however, and tree-lined streets wide and easy to walk. A car is almost unnecessary, as finding your way from Tamboerskloof is easy and, if you remain largely within the city, there is a good transport network.
Kloof Street is a quick walk from Tamboerskloof and known as the city’s ‘restaurant mile’. Browsing the bookshops and antique stores can be as much fun as the sidewalk cafes, which provide hours of entertainment as the ordinary and extraordinary, of every hue and culture, grace the streets. And Long Street is only 10 minutes’ walk from here.