Top 10 Places to Stay on the Beach, Cape Peninsula, Cape Town

Do you dream of waking up to the sound of crashing waves and cawing of seagulls or being greeted by the smell of fresh, sea air?

Then our range of beach accommodation dotted along the Cape Point Route may be what you are looking for.

From luxurious villas to rustic tented camps, we have something suitable for you and your pocket. We’ve compiled a list of our favourite places to stay on the beach…

Top 10 Places to Stay on the Beach

Check out these awesome spots all within walking distance to the beach for your
Cape Town 2018 Summer Getaway.

1. Beach Camp – Kommetjie

This 12 sleeper tented camp is situated a mere 100 m from the sea and a hop skip and a jump to Kommetjie Long Beach, famous for its Surf Breaks. 

Sleeps 12 I From R 425 per person

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Keep an eye out for the rare Cape Clawless Otter often spotted on Kommetjie Beach!

2. Beach Apartment – Muizenberg

Perfectly positioned on Muizenberg Beach, these Apartments offers world-class beachfront accommodation at Surfer’s Corner – the place to be!

Sleeps 2, 4, or 6 I From R 900 

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In 2011 the Earthwave Beach Festival on Muizenberg Beach beat the Guinness World Record of the most surfers riding on one wave at the same time.

3. Beach Resort  – Noordhoek

Nestled amongst a Milkwood forest is Monkey Valley Beach Resort offering a blend of self-catering log cabins and thatched bedroom suites.

Sleeps 2, 4, 6 I From R1,200 per room

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Near the end of Noordhoek Beach is the wreck of the steamship “Kakapo” which ran aground about a century ago.

4. Beach Lodge – Simon’s Town

This Lodge and Restaurant is situated at the entrance of the unspoilt and sheltered  Boulders Beach, home to the African Penguin.

Sleeps 2, 4, or 6  I From R1,300 per night

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5. Beach Cottage  – Simon’s Town

In a truly unique setting directly above the iconic Boulders Beach,  this rambling homestead with 5 cottages seems lost in time.

Sleeps 2, 4, or 6  I From R1,320 per night

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The ancient granite boulders protect from the wind and large waves, making Boulders Beach an ideal swimming spot for kids and Penguins!

6. Beach Bungalow – Kommetjie

Kommetjie Palm Cottage is a cosy self-catering cottage located on the beach of Kommetjie and a minute walk from quaint village shops, restaurants, and pub.

Sleeps 4 I From R1,900 per night

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Kommetjie means “Little Bowl” in Afrikaans after the circular bowl-like sea basin ”Die Kom” which forms the heart of this quiet rustic seaside village.

7. Beach Hotel – Hout Bay

Beautifully renovated, this late 19th century hotel overlooking Hout Bay is situated at the foot of the world-famous Chapman’s Peak Drive.

Sleeps 44 I From R2200 per night

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Chapmans Peak Drive …”Some say it is the world’s most famous drive,
we think it’s one of the most awe-inspiring”

8. Beach House – Scarborough

Relaxed beach living in  just 50 m from the beach.   Watch the waves from the verandah or head for the beach – it’s up to you, you’re on holiday.

Sleeps 6 I From R3,000 per night

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Did you know that Scarborough was designated as a conservation
village in April 1996?

9. Beach Villa – Misty Cliffs

This ultra-luxurious designer 3-bedroom villa is situated right on the beach at Misty Cliffs with spectacular, unobstructed views of the sea.  

Sleeps 6 I From R5,500 per night

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Misty Cliffs is a tiny hamlet on the mountain and beach, divided only by a road.

10. Beach Mansion  – St James

This 8 bedroomed art deco Villa,  just metres from St James Beach,  is ideal for a lavish seaside getaway with a group of family and friends.

Sleeps 16 I From R7,500 per night

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St James was known as “Millionaire’s Mile” which is reflected in the
colonial homes found here.

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