Our cool and comfy 1 bedroom cottage with private entrance is located on a quiet street in the heart of Observatory. A couple of blocks away from lower Main road with shops, restaurants and bars. The cottage has quirky furnishes sourced locally, and equipped with wifi, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, bodum, tea, coffee, fresh towels and bedding. Access to a private courtyard. The room is serviced once a week.
The cottage has been lovingly decorated with hand crafted furnishings and fittings from local designers. The space is fresh, modern and airy, ideal for short stays whilst on business or visiting the area. There are basic kitchen facilities ideal for fixing a quick meal. The cottage is supplied with solar heated water, and has a recycling service.
Acesso de hóspedes
Own entrance and a private courtyard, so you can come and go as you please. Access to wifi.
Interação com hóspedes
On arrival and departure. We are always contactable on our mobile phones.
Outras coisas a ter em conta
We would prefer our guests to notify us should they be expecting visitors, and if they can be mindful and respectful of noise if leaving/arriving at late/early times
To use the recycling bin provided, please rinse containers
To keep the room tidy, as they found it
To use water wisely and sparingly, as we are currently in a drought
No more than 1 guest unless prior arrangements have been made. There will be a cost for an additional guest.
Early check can be arranged with fair warning.
We have a no smoking policy inside the cottage, but an ashtray is supplied in the private courtyard.
Any damages or loss will be charged to the guest.
Please note: Cape Town is in the grips of a massive drought and we are experiencing level 4b water restrictions – a maximum of 87 liters per person per day. Just as an example, the average toilet flush is between 6-10 liters per flush. So we (and all the peeps in CPT) would greatly appreciate it if you could keep your water usage a low as possible (within reason, of course). The situation is critical, so every drop counts!