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8 Guests - 4 Bedrooms en-suite - Glass-walled living area - Pool - Entertainment deck - Indoor barbecue - Partial Ocean views - Artistic features - Double garage and parking


This bright and stylish four-bedroom villa is a wonderfully spacious and airy home for a family holiday or for a group of friends. Set in a secure complex with two other villas on the slopes above Camps Bay village, off Camps Bay Drive. It is approached down a cobbled, enclosed driveway with the imposing glass front door to the left of the double garage.  

As the front door opens, you look down a wide corridor off which lead bedrooms and bathrooms on either side. The wide, shallow steps take you down to a superb glass-walled living area overlooking the pool deck and garden. 

The Villa’s Italian and Dutch owners have created a colourful setting in which to relax and entertain with the piece de resistance being the impressive floor-to-ceiling glass walls that surround the interior living area on three sides. Flooring throughout the wide, open-plan living area is in whitewashed wood and red is the dominant colour of living room furniture. 

Looking in from the garden you are impressed by a sizeable red and white artwork that hangs above the large red leather sofa and square armchairs on the one side and the red steps leading up to the kitchen area that sits on a raised dias on the other.  

In front of the kitchen dias is a freestanding wood burning fireplace with overhead extractor. Adjacent to the dining area, this is designed to be used as an indoor barbecue or fireplace on cooler nights. A long dining table surrounded by 10 white chairs stretches across this part of the living area and overlooking the swimming pool and outside entertainment deck. 

Between the dining area and living space, a plasma TV sits on a swivel glass base and backs on to the pool deck. There, the rattan basketwork of the curved sun-loungers matches the outdoor table and chairs and a bank of white cushions provide more outdoor comfort on a raised deck surrounding the pool. To the right of the deck is the imposing Lion’s Head mountain; to the left of the deck is a glimpse of the sea through the lush green vegetation.  

From its presiding position the colourful kitchen has the best view of all, overlooking all the interior living and dining spaces, the relaxing decked area and the neat surrounding garden. The kitchen itself is both practical and unusual: it has a central square worktop built in stone into which is sunk a large decorated sink.  The back wall of the raised kitchen is stylishly fitted with cabinets and a work surface: the hob is below an attractive arch and the oven fits into the bank of cabinets along with a microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher. The washing machine and tumble drier are found in a separate laundry room that opens off the wide corridor that descends from the front hallway.   

Also opening off this wide hallway, just around the corner from the small workstation placed in the corner of the living room, is a bright guest shower room with freestanding basin and toilet, practically situated for pool users. Here the colourful walk-in shower cubicle has been created in decorated stone. After a swim, you can shower and enjoy the picture of Italian actress Sophia Loren. 

Now you can explore the artistically designed double-bedrooms, which frame either side of the main hallway. At the highest level in this gently terraced villa, on your left after you walk through the front door, is the master bedroom with its en-suite bathroom.  

You walk up two steps from the hall past a spacious dressing area with built-in wardrobes and enter the fresh and bright main bedroom. Glass sliding doors open out to the trees edging the garden and the curtains flutter in the breeze off the bay. Here the double bed is made up in pure white and a flat screen TV is positioned for comfortable viewing. The en-suite bathroom reflects the artistic talents of the owners where they have created one of the most unusual baths in blue with headrests at both ends. Clearly designed for sharing, comfort and view! It is next to a wide window from where you can glimpse the sea in the bay below.  Also impressive is the walk-in shower cubicle with a wooden decked floor, fronted by sheer floor-to ceiling glass.  A large basin, spacious enough to bath a baby in, is set into the vanity cabinet and there is a bidet and toilet.    

Bedroom Two, called the Orange room, is off the hallway to your right, below a convenient and well-designed laundry room. One of the beauties of this double bedroom is that it again has sliding glass doors, this time overlooking a grassed lawn that leads straight down to the pool deck. Rolled orange towels in little baskets at the foot of the bed add a splash of colour, as do the wall tableaux. The colour is also reflected in the en-suite shower room, which has a basin set into an orange-topped pedestal and toilet.   

Bedroom Three, the Africa room, which goes off the main hallway to the right again, on the other side of the laundry room, is slightly smaller but compensates by having one of the most eye-catching en-suites. Here you literally walk through a door-height baroque picture frame to access the shower and then into a separate adjoining room where the toilet and freestanding orange basin are housed. It is a charming bedroom again with its own access into the garden.

Bedroom Four, the Dutch room, saves the best for last. A sunken bath set into the floor is a delightful addition especially as it is alongside sliding glass windows so you can have your bath looking up at the stars overhead or glimpse the sea below. The pristine design of the en-suite hand basin and toilet complete this charming room.

The villa is serviced Monday to Friday except on public holidays.

There is good security throughout the villa and surrounding complex.

 Approximate distances;

The villa is about two minutes drive down to the Camps Bay beach front

Ten minutes drive to Table Mountain Cable car

Twenty minutes drive to the V&A Waterfront

Forty minutes drive to Cape Town International Airport.

                   ‘Welcome to Cape Town’ Packages 01 June to 31 July 2010 

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Please note that the package price is per person and is subject to availability,      the minimum number of guests and the rental period as specified below:

Minimum number of guests 8 guests
Apartment and Car rental Package period 10 nights
Package price per person ZAR19,000
Supplement for 1 extra night's accommodation and car rental per person ZAR1,800
Non-refundable deposit 50% required within 48 hours of booking.

Full payment due

60 days before arrival date
Cancellation penalties 100%

Breakage deposit

R15,000 pre-paid

Please note that cancellation penalties are strictly applied.                                      Guests are strongly advised to take out adequate insurance cover.                        Click here for full Terms and Conditions

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