Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

Port of Call

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Nestled in the mountain fynbos, on the edge of the Table Mountain National Park, Port of Call offers two luxurious studio apartments. Both units have breathtaking panoramic sea and mountain views that stretch from Muizenberg to Cape Hangklip, all framed by the distant Hottentots Holland mountains.The rewards for early birds are spectacular sunrises over False Bay, while those with reservations during a full moon will experience the unforgettable sight of the moon rising over the distant mountains and its moon-glow across the sea.Situated high on the slopes of the Swartberg Mountain, Port of Call’s accommodation overlooks secluded sandy beaches that offer safe bathing in the comparatively warmer waters of False Bay. Besides the beaches, Boulder’s Beach with its breeding colony of African penguins as well as the golf course are within walking distance of Port of Call.Historic Simon’s Town is the third oldest European settlement in South Africa and is a mere 3 minute drive away. Home originally to the Dutch East India Company as their safe winter anchorage it is now home to the SA navy and the False Bay yacht club.Simon’s Town offers restaurants, boutique shops, patisseries, art galleries and museums. It is situated approximately half way down the Cape Peninsula and most of the major tourist attractions including Cape Point, Kirstenbosch, Constantia wine-lands and Table Mountain are within easy reach. Port of Call offers you the ideal base from which to explore the Cape as well as a safe and tranquil home to return to.Your Hosts, Carol & John Labistour look forward to welcoming you.

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