Faizah and her staff welcomed us to District 6 as if it were our own home. Warm, freshly made Cape Koeksisters, were waiting for us and tea and coffee available on request all day.
The room we stayed in was beautiful, crisp and white and this is the first guesthouse I have stayed in for a long time that has the option of bath or shower.
It is absolutely convenient to all central Cape Town attractions and exactly one block from the N2 (Nelson Mandela Boulevard) to get into town, or out to the Cape Winelands.
It has a wonderful view of the harbour - wonderful for a morning coffee or to enjoy a meal.
Do yourself a favour and use this as a base to explore the historical significance of this area, but before you do - ask Faizah to tell you about the area first.
We were not allowed to leave after we had checked out before we had eaten freshly made samoosas - freshly made for us, to feed us before we left.
District Six Guesthouse is my home from home in Cape Town. I can't wait to go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated at the foot of Table Mountain with the historic District Six at it's doorstep, this 12 room Guesthouse with conference facilities and secure parking, provides a portal from where, within walking distance, visitors are able to explore the historic locale and the City center. Authentic Cape Malay hospitality and cuisine combined with fantastic views and easy access to all of Cape Town's hotspots makes this an ideal place to stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- District Six Guesthouse Cape Town, South Africa