While we’re away in December, we decided to rent our apartment out on Airbnb. We’ll be away from 23 December to 10 January, but we’ve opened bookings up from the 1st of December. It’s literally the perfect place for a visitor to Cape Town to base themselves. It’s bright and airy, on the ground floor and has two parking bays.
Walking distance to the Woodstock Exchange, Woodstock Foundry and the Old Biscuit Mill. Walking distance to a bus stop and only a R40 (4USD) Uber ride from the centre of town. Surrounded by coffee shops and roasteries, restaurants and design and art studios.
The neighbourhood is steeped in history and culture, with splashes of street art on every second wall. It’s exactly the kind of neighbourhood I would have liked to stay in, if I was coming to visit Cape Town.
The house has a queen sized bed, fully equipped kitchen (including a dishwasher, Nutribullet, Nespresso machine, juicer and full sized fridge freezer), bathroom with a double shower, breakfast nook, dining area, office space, Samsung Smart TV with Netflix and uncapped 10MB per second fibre line.
Book the apartment on Airbnb here.
PS. These pictures were taken by our amazingly talented neighbour and friend, Alex du Toit.