Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Cape Town
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Holiday homes and baches in Cape Town
Are you looking for an ideal holiday destination for your next gateway? Cape Town offers numerous spots where you can unwind in peaceful environments. Do you want to experience the urban forefront? It is the right place for you, with urban jungle, and nightlife fashions. If you are looking for more leisure and Mediterranean experiences, in Cape Town you can explore beautiful beaches, indulge in delicious cuisines or ascend the world-renowned mountains. For nature lovers, there are multiple house homes located near nature reserves situated throughout the charming town. You will find multiple house rentals near Table Mountain, in Constantia, Bakoven, Bantry Bay, Camps Bay, Clifton and Green pointThe wide choice of holiday homes in the area
Cape Town offers various holiday homes from sea-facing to self-catering and cliff perched houses. Often located in affluent areas, the rentals are perfect for anyone looking for comfort, privacy and independence. All houses are spacious enough to accommodate big families and extensive group tours. The holiday homes are fully equipped with self-catering facilities and amenities like tennis courts, game rooms, big private pools, gyms, designed to allow views and access to nearby attractions.
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The area and getting around
A holiday in Cape Town is a dream come true for any traveller. It is a historic coastal city known for iconic table mountains, beautiful beaches and places of historical significance. It has a diverse range of breathtaking neighbourhoods like the Bree Street full of restaurants, art galleries and shops where you can grab a coffee, pastry and other local cuisines. Do you want to shop for leather bags and prints? You can visit Whilst Avoova for elegant gifts. Some of the coolest places to visit at the destination include World of Birds where you can have a memorable experience with nature, the Cecilia forest and the Constantia Wine route to enjoy picnics and wine tasting.Full of scenic attractions and traditions
The area offers a melting culture and vibrant landscapes. Are you looking for a place to get immersed with the artistic side of the town? Start with the Robben Island with various heritages including freedom fighter's prisons. Also, consider the district of Six Museums which offers numerous exhibitions, displaying what people went through in ancient times. At the Jewish Museum, you will go through various exhibitions and audiovisual presentations of Jewish history in the area. There are several iconic attractions that you must not miss out; the V&A Waterfront offers multiple activities, fun experiences and eateries. The Boulders Beach gives you a chance to view penguins at a closer range in the protected environs.
Travellers and activities
The city holds various family-friendly spots with numerous activities in botanical gardens and mountains. Enjoy bird watching at the Aerial Boardwalk adventure. Also consider aquarium diving at the Two Oceans Aquarium, to have an experience with the sharks, turtles, and other predatory fish. Go for canopy tours at the floral regions to see the brilliant giant flowers. You can also consider deep sea fishing, try and catch some tuna, Dorado or yellowtail fish. For the art lovers, go for art jamming, where you get a chance to colour different canvases together with your kids in the most fun way.Cape Town for beach lovers
Cape Town is home to the best beaches, if you want to relax in peaceful places, consider the Queen's beach, which gives you a serene environment. The Little Bay Beach is known for seafood and a fantastic view of the Cape Town and gigantic mountains. Hawston Beach is surrounded by various natural attractions like blue waters with dolphins, mountains, huge whales, and a variety of birds. Grotto Beach is the perfect place to calm your mind as you take a walk along the coastal line.
Did you know that two couples get engaged on Table Mountain every month?
Top 5 travel tips in Cape Town
Scooters are incredibly stable to navigate through the slopes, creating a family fun experience. The scenes are more spectacular, as you enjoy nature while working out.2. Go for zip lining across Elgin valley.
Nothing compares to the feeling of sliding along a steel cable as you enjoy the views of majestic valleys, magnificent mountains and waterfalls. You will also get constant support from professional guides.3. Go for a hot air balloon ride in Wineland
Soaring over the Winelands will give you a great view, especially at sunrise. The ride takes three to four hours, and you enjoy a cup of coffee, wine or tea before the flight.4. Kayaking in the coastal lines
Go for a leisurely kayaking trip to encounter dolphins, seabirds, and even whales. The guided tours take one to two hours which gives you a different perspective of the coastal suburb.5. Take a helicopter ride
View the city's unique beauty from higher levels which gives you a better view of the surroundings, to appreciate diversity. You can take off in about 20 minutes and create a forever memory.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Cape Town
What is the average price for holiday baches in Cape Town?
As indicated by its annual average price of NZ$407.88, Cape Town is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in South Africa.
Which month allows you to save the most on holiday homes and baches?
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Cape Town, pack your bags and travel there in June (NZ$259.92 per night on average), July (NZ$283.61), or November (NZ$306.26) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in Cape Town?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of February (NZ$653.25), January (NZ$623.46), and March (NZ$563.56).
Are there usually many holiday homes available in Cape Town?
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, because the average availability in Cape Town is 56%, which is above the average in South Africa, according to data from 2020.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
July, June, and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 73%, 73% and 69.8%.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Cape Town are, in order, December (with 38.67% of available rentals), February (38.8%), and January (44%).
How many holiday baches are there in Cape Town?
We have collected the holiday homes and baches from 14 different providers in Cape Town, so we can provide you with around 5500 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!