Peak Village Lodge
Cape Town, Cape Town Central - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:This accommodation in Cape Town is within a short walk of the lovely beach where guests can enjoy various water activities and stunning views of Cape Towns famous Table Mountain, Signal Hill and lions Head across the bay.
Peak Village Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in Bloubergrant, and is also a short drive to activities such as golf, wine tasting, hikes up Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
The establishment is self-catering but the lodge is around the corner from the Table View entertainment area with numerous restaurants, cafes and English style pubs catering for all tastes.
Each unit at this Cape Town accommodation has two single beds that can be made up into king size beds and the units have well-equipped kitchenettes and en suite bathrooms. The family unit has two ottomans that convert into comfortable mattresses for children and the en suite bathroom has a shower and a bath. There is a small TV in each unit with local programs but there is satellite DSTV in the guest lounge.
Guests have access to a guest lounge, dining area, full kitchen and scullery with laundry facilities as well as BBQ/Braai facilities under the lapa. There is a pretty patio and a garden to relax in. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the guest house.
At this accommodation Cape Town offers, guests have access to a private side entrance and free secure parking is provided behind electronic gates.
Facilities available in the rooms at Peak Village Lodge:
• Hair dryer
• Wall heater
• Wall safe
• Electric blankets in winter
• Free standing fans
• Crisp white cotton linen and towels
• Courtesy basket with tea, coffee, sugar, milk, biscuits, fruit juice, cereal and muffins
The hosts Jack and Janet Lewis look forward to welcoming you to Peak Village Lodge.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Peak Village Lodge, Cape Town, Cape Town Central
- Children Welcome
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
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Directions to Peak Village Lodge
Map of Peak Village Lodge in Cape Town, Cape Town Central+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 18° 28' 43.4" E / 33° 49' 2.6" S
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Driving to Peak Village Lodge in Cape Town, Cape Town Central
|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: Airport, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 28.8 km / Duration: 29 mins|
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|5.||Merge onto Settlers Wy/N2 via the ramp to Cape Town||9.4 km|
|6.||Take exit 9 to merge onto M5 toward N1/Milnerton||3.6 km|
|7.||Exit onto Koeberg Rd/M5||4.0 km|
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|9.||Turn right onto West Coast Rd/R27||6.5 km|
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|11.||At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Blaauwberg Rd/M14||0.2 km|
|12.||Turn left onto Marine Cir||54 m|
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|15.||Take the 1st left onto Albatros St||0.1 km|
|16.||Turn right onto Brander Ave
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Cape Town International Airport - Cape Town+ OPEN WEBSITE
Cape Town International airport used to be called D.F. Malan Airport and was opened in 1954 replacing the old Wingfield Aerodrome Airport.
This airport is the second busiest and second largest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa, by 2015 it is expected to have 14 million passengers pass through the airport. It is within easy driving distance (20 km) from the centre of Cape Town.
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