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Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa


Table Mountain


CAPE REGION & WINELANDS


From the vibrant streets of Cape Town, the landscapes of the Cape region weave through a series of rich panoramas, where spectacular guest houses offer gastronomic delights and world renowned wines. Along the scenic Garden Route and through its famous winelands, the Cape Peninsula offers stunning beauty, colonial charm and the annual whale migrations off its southern coast.


CAPE TOWN Dominated by the iconic backdrop of Table Mountain, Cape Town is without doubt one of the world’s most impressively located cities. A cosmopolitan city boasting a surplus of fascinating sights. With a bustling waterfront and rich cultural heritage it makes it the perfect place to begin or end an African adventure.


TABLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK Encompassing the Cape Peninsula, Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, this expansive area is a natural wonderland. Take a cable car or walk to the summit of the spectacular Table Mountain or watch the antics of the African ‘Jackass’ penguins as they pass you by at Boulders Beach.


CAMPS BAY One of Cape Town’s most fashionable suburbs and 5 km from the city centre, Camps Bay is set before the magnificent Twelve Apostle Mountains. Its bustling beachfront and glorious location makes it a perfect base for visiting the region’s major attractions.


CAPE ROYALE Beautifully located against the iconic backdrop of Table Mountain, the 95 room Cape Royale enjoys a prime site overlooking the V&A Waterfront and the Atlantic Ocean. Gracious and refined, this landmark property features luxurious contemporary decor and some superb panoramic views, as well as a roof deck pool and a spa and wellness centre.


CAPE GRACE, CAPE TOWN Proudly situated in Cape Town’s iconic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, occupying its own private quay, the Cape Grace is an elegantly luxurious hotel that offers all the charm, grace and style of a classic age. Its 122 rooms and suites offer either harbour or mountain views. Enjoy the award-winning contemporary cuisine.


WINCHESTER MANSIONS Situated along Cape Town’s Platinum Mile, the original Dutch architecture of Winchester Mansions offers exclusive boutique charm overlooking the Atlantic panoramas of the southern Cape. The hotel’s 51 loft style rooms and 25 suites offer space and elegance, whilst a regular line-up of musicians provides a distinctly cosmopolitan feel to its popular Jazz brunches.


STELLENBOSCH Stellenbosch is a place of great beauty and culture that’s steeped in South African tradition. Positively oozing with timeless grace and charm, Stellenbosch is an engaging mix of Cape Dutch architecture, Victorian houses and tree-lined streets that lie in an area boasting some 200 wine estates and famous vintages.


FRANSCHHOEK Set amongst the fertile hills of the Franschhoek Valley and steeped in the history of the French Hugenots. Revered as the ‘Gourmet Capital of the Cape’ and a centre of wine production, its expansive estates and excellent restaurants make it an ideal location to enjoy the finest wines and cuisine in the region.


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