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 Cape Town Holidays, Apartments & Villas

***STOP PRESS*** A strong Pound versus the Rand means that prices for UK visitors have dropped around 20% in the last 12 months. All our prices are updated each day for the latest exchange rate and once you book it is fixed in the currency of your choice, so no hidden surcharges even if the exchange rates swings the other way.

Cape Town is Fleewinter's original destination and we take great pride in being able to give our clients unparalleled accommodation choice and advice with over 700 villas, apartments and boutique hotels in all areas around Cape Town. We will work tirelessly to find you the perfect villa, apartment, hotel or guesthouse for your Cape Town holidays.

Our website contains a selection of our Cape Town accommodation and you can browse, by clicking on the different areas in the accommodation section. Even better just give us a call (0207 112 0019) or send an email and we'll recommend some options - most clients find it much easier to discuss their requirements on the phone.

Cape Town holidays are the perfect escape from the European Winter and there are locations to suit everyone. From the trendy "see and be seen" promenades of Camps Bay and Clifton, to the family friendly beaches in Bloubergstrand and Fish Hoek. Or even luxury V&A apartments in the centre of Cape Town's vibrant Waterfront.

Where you stay can dramatically change your holiday and for guidance have a look at our Cape Town Holiday Area Guide or better still, give us a call for a chat about the different options. There is so much to see and do around Cape Town we generally advise clients to make one base and use this to explore, however it is often nice to finish a holiday with a few days in the Winelands or maybe even combine with some time on the Garden Route and a safari in the Eastern Cape.

Once you are there living is easy. Shops and supermarkets are European style and there is a myriad of fantastic restaurants to choose from (and at amazing prices). Over the years we have developed a list of our favourite places to eat and visit. This has become quite famous with our clients - do ask for a copy in advance.

Booking Cape Town holiday flights is straight forward and whilst many people like to book their own flights, we are happy to arrange tickets to create an ATOL bonded package.

BA,South African Airways and Virgin all fly direct from Heathrow. The best starting place is British Airways as their website is the easiest to navigate. Another good option particularly if you want to avoid Heathrow is KLM with connections from many UK regional airports. A slightly longer route but with good connections is the Emirates service via Dubai. Flight prices often vary by many hundreds of pounds just by changing a date by one or two days and for this reason we don't have a fixed "change over" day and will try to fit in with your flights.

Cape Town holidays are great at any time of year - even the winter weather is similar to a typical English summer. It of course comes into its own as our nights close in and the temperatures drop. The high season starts in October and goes through to April. It can be quite windy in the middle of summer and if you are totally flexible we'd suggest November or March as perfect times to go, avoid the main rush and the peak season prices. For families February half-term is very popular and whilst there is no price premium it does get busy so book early.
Renting a car is essential to make the best of your Cape Town holiday (you won't actually spend much, if any, time in the city itself), and with driving on the left and an excellent road network it couldn't be easier. We have excellent deals which, unlike many companies, mean everything is included and there are no extra insurances and excess charges to surprise you on your credit card statement. Have a look at our Cape Town car hire section for ideas of vehicles and prices.

And rather than collect the car at the airport after a long flight we recommend you let us pick you up at the airport and drive you to your accommodation. It is easier (and often cheaper) to have your rental car delivered later that day or even the following day. Alternatively, if you enjoy the scrum at the airport car hire desk after a long flight...

Feedback, Questions & Discussions

How was your holiday? What you think of our website? Got a question for our consultants? Just click "Add your experience" and have your say.

We have a wealth of experience in advising clients on the best holidays in Cape Town and much of that knowledge comes from client feedback. Below are some recent comments you might find useful in helping you plan your trip. You can also see more general client comments on the feedback link at the top of the page (but be warned, that is where we show off a bit...)

Table Mountain and The Waterfront are obvious "musts" to see. The hop on, hop off, sightseeing coaches which leave from the front at Camps Bay every half hour are good value for money and gives you an insight into the city and surrounds without having to drive yourself. Plenty of good restaurants on the front at Camps Bay. DB - May 2010

Restaurants in Camps Bay - The Hussar Grill on Camps Bay Drive, The Codfather and Dizzys (beside the Codfather). The first two for great food and service. Dizzys is a bar restaurant and the four younger members of our party (age 18-24) spent many nights there - very friendly, casual, with a younger and less self conscious crowd than the more prominent places on the strip. Dinner at Moyo (Spier) was a great fun night, the buffet is really good as was the entertainment and the tree house table not cheap and a bit of a drive but worth it. GM May 2010

Robben Island good. Shark diving (I know you don't approve!) was great, the operator was Brian McFarlane - very professional and well run. Township tour was humbling and enlightening BUT when four tour mini-buses from different operators descend on the same spot at the same time, you start to think that there needs to be some formal regulation. I found this very disappointing; I'm glad we went but I'm really not sure what the residents are getting out of it. Climb up Lions Head was brilliant but follow the recommended route (which can be tackled by all ages) and avoid the chains if you are the least bit concerned for your safety. A definite highlight and the views are magnificent. Table mountain was great. Aim to be there between 8 and 8.15 am the tour buses start to arrive after 8.15am and very long queues appear from nowhere. Chapman's Peak Drive, open again, is an absolute must. Cape Point was good but the entry fee to the park is per person rather than per car and is a bit steep. it was great to spend some time relaxing on the beach just on the approach to the Cape of Good Hope - so peaceful. Boulders Beach was another highlight, but again get there early if you want to spend some time on the beach itself as the cove is very small. Lunch at the Seaforth Restaurant in Simonstown was really good value with a beautiful outlook from the outside tables. Kirstenbosch was beautiful but would be so much nicer in spring or early summer. Security was never an issue, and we never felt less safe than in any other holiday destination we've been to. GM May 2010

Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience, weather great, restaurants fab and lots to do. Vicki provided lots of information prior to travel and nothing seemed to be a problem. Food wasn't as cheap as we had been led to believe from speaking to various people that visited SA but I think as we stayed in Camps Bay the restaurants were a bit dearer than everywhere else and also prices have probably been inflated due to the forthcoming World Cup. Highlights: Everything, visit to Boschendal winery and fabulous picnic, the weather, Table Mountain, Simonstown, Penguin beach, Shark Cage Diving, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Robben Island and the V & A was so vibrant and cheerful it just put you in a good mood walking round and oh the cheapest trip of all was a 1/2 hour boat trip around the harbour and it was brilliant. TP - May 2010

V&A Waterfront, all the restaurants were amazing. Abseiling off Table Mountain. And Franschoek/wine region. LD - May 2010

Excellent picked up at the airport, driven to Camps Bay, helped with a our luggage into the apartment and then driven into Camps Bay to have a coffee and do some shopping whilst they finished cleaning the apartment. AW - May 2010

Amazing location, fantastic accommodation, great weather, flexibility of having a hire car meant we could fully explore and enjoy Cape Town, many things to go explore, beautiful surroundings, great wine, great food, thought provoking history. Exactly what we needed as busy professionals. The accommodation you suggested for us was AMAZING! DC - May 2010

Camps Bay is a super place and the views from the apartment were wonderful. It takes about 15 minutes to walk down to the centre of town. We found the quickest route on the second attempt. A little map in the apartment for this might be helpful. There were loads of taxis available in the evening after dinner and there is a good choice of good quality restaurants, all fairly reasonably priced. It is advisable to book ahead in the evening for dinner at the height of the season as it does get busy. HM - May 2010

 
  Our Favourites
KBL015 - Big Bay Penthouse Simply great value for families or single/couple, fantastic views & wonderful private outdoors space to enjoy them from. Special offer until the end of 2013 of £300 per week for one of our favourite apartments.
Enjoy the sight of the Cape at your leisure from Camps Bay by the beach. Followed by 5 day guided hike from Cape Point to up to highest peak on Table Mountain reachable on foot, via a chain of peaks and reserves. Finally cool your weary feet in the culinary capital, Franschhoek heart of the Winelands renowned for its restaurants as well as its wine estates. - More Details
KBA1861 - Ocean Haven is close to Camps Bay and uniquely has no road between it and the sea. 5 people sharing from around £53 per person per night.
KCB535 - Adriatic @ Funkey Our favourite for a couple looking for a peaceful private garden and pool. Located Camps Bay within walking distance of the restaurants, beach & ocean. 2 people sharing from £63 pppn.
KMP501 - Cumberland Penthouse Fantastic almost city location 2 bedroom penthouse with fabulous wrap-around balcony. 4 people sharing from around £34 pppn.
KCP537 - Nautica One of our best value 3 bedroom Camps bay choices offering great views, a good size private pool & wow views. 6 people sharing from £26 pppn.
KCP537 - 100 Geneva Exceptional Camps Bay villa for weddings, reunions, anniversaries & family parties. Plenty of space inside & out, views plus a bathroom to every bedroom. 14 people sharing from £23 pppn.
KVA008 - Juliette Cape Town's V&A Waterfront location means you are in the middle of everything and no car is needed - this property even has a private pool. 6 people sharing from £43 pppn.
KHB066 - Beach Place Wonderful beachside property in family friendly Hout Bay - accommodation is smart with stunning views, private pool & choice of restaurants in strolling distance. £25 pppn based on 6 people
CCB025 - Mssangasanga Fabulous property for large families, 2 families travelling together & parties with its wonderful garden (a rarity in Camps Bay). 10 people sharing from £35 per pppn.
 
 

 

 

 

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