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All reviews wild fig fig tree restaurant reward points historical hotel separate tub and shower save water nice lounge stayed nights at this hotel easy access road noise main building egg station reception staff two night stay minute drive a lovely place to stay hotel is located
Located on the site of a 300 year old historic farm, modern accomodation built around historic Dutch style Manor House. Stayed in upmarket two bedroom hotel room, with lounge and dining area. about 100m2 in extent, modern and very well furnished including fridge and microwave....More
We stayed in this hotel the evening of 26 June 2018 , the reason be it is close to Capago where we had to submit our applications for our Schengen visas early the next morning .
What a lovely place to stay . Nice old...More
What a lovely place to stay. Away from the hussle and basle of the busy town centre but so central to every part of the city. A hidden gem that we would definitely stay at again. The rooms are awsome and the service friendly and...More
Stayed for one night with a friend as we needed a stopover in the city. A very neat, welcoming hotel with friendly staff, good breakfast, and nice rooms. It's only a three star hotel, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Cockroaches and bed bug happen and it sucks when they do. The worst part was how the situation was handled by Management, more specifically the lack of action. Weekend staff didn't have any power to do anything about the situation, they said when management came...More
This historical Cape Dutch Manor house is centrally located adjacent to the N2 highway, just 11 minutes from the Newlands Rugby Stadium and only 15 minutes from Cape Town International Airport. Connecting …Morebusiness travelers to a vast commercial office complex that houses numerous national and multinational companies, all whilst escaping to a view of beautiful lush gardens. And while the current manor house dates back to approximately 1880, records indicate that the site has been settled since the 1660s. The hotel will offer guests a comfortable, period sensitive lounge in which to socialise or hold meetings, as well as breakfast and a swimming pool at which to relax. Attractions in close proximity to the Protea Hotel by Marriott Cape Town Mowbray are Table Mountain, Canal Walk Shopping Centre, Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches, V&A Waterfront, Cavendish Square, Cape Town Convention Centre, Green Point Urban Park, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and the Riverclub Golf Range. Less
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