Holidays &   




Holiday visitors can enjoy:                 The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront        Blue Flag beaches                            Cape Point                                     Famous Cape Winelands                 Excellent Restaurants                      Robben Island                                 Land and sea based whale watching Great White shark cage diving              A wide range of shopping experiences The Castle, Museums & Art Galleries

      Comfort &  




Each en-suite double bedroom has: 32” flatscreen TV and DSTV Sony dual alarm clock radio for iPod and iPhone Desk/dressing table with multiplug for SA, UK, European, Asian&Australian sockets Wireless internet access Antique furnished ambiance Continental Breakfast as an optional extra Laptop safe


       & Scenery



Ashgrove Villa is situated high up on the slopes of Table Mountain in the suburb of Oranjezicht, Cape Town.

It overlooks the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the city, harbour and the sea and has dramatic views of Table Bay, Blaauwberg, the Tygerberg, Devil's Peak, Maclear's Beacon and Table Mountain.


Ashgrove Villa:

Ashgrove Villa is a beautifully restored 1920s Cape Dutch Revival home, situated high up on the slopes of Table Mountain in the suburb of Oranjezicht, Cape Town, South Africa.

The lodge is easy to get to from Cape Town international airport and has good public transport links by mini-bus or Rikkis (London Cabs) to the city, Cape Town International Convention Centre, the popular Victoria & Alfred Waterfront as well as the Table Mountain Cable Car.

Facilities include:

Off-street parking & garaging

Secret gardens with swimming pool

Lounge, breakfast room and balcony with sweeping views of the city and mountain

Business travellers 

have easy access to the city and surrounding business districts High speed wireless internet access from every room to stay in constant contact with your business community at no extra cost.


“Cape Town is a lovely, enchanting gem of a city, one that smiles on the stranger with Table Mountain cradling the place in a warm, protective embrace.”

             – Pauline Podbrey, 1993





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