15 de Smidt offers holidaymakers a sophisticated yet easy-going base from which to explore the city. Echoing its historical heritage with original sash windows and wooden shutters, the villa's chic interior and beautiful roof-top terrace with magnificent 360-degree views promise a scenic and relaxing stay.
15 de Smidt is positioned for you to enjoy Cape Town’s laid-back urban lifestyle with easy access to an array of fashionable restaurants, quaint cafés and hip boutiques. At night, the area comes alive with a wide range of clubs and late-night bars. The winding pebbled streets and colourful houses of the historical Bo-Kaap neighbourhood are also just a stroll away, while a short drive will take you to the V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain and the world-class beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton.
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“A beautiful contemporary property, with spectacular views of Table Mountain, the harbour and the city.”Monique Wolstenholme, Africa Villas Expert
Modern classics inspired by Eames and Starck are set against a palette of chalky feminine pastels and quirky objet in this unpretentious apartment. The show-stopping roof-top terrace has sun loungers perfectly positioned to take in the uninterrupted view of Table Mountain
Situated on the lower slopes of Signal Hill overlooking Cape Town’s working harbour and Table Bay, the vibrant village of De Waterkant is one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. Sidewalk cafés, sleek restaurants and avant-garde art galleries are tucked away amongst the brightly coloured facades of historical townhouses that date back to the 18th century. It is also very conveniently located: a 10-minute drive takes you from De Waterkant to the V&A Waterfront, the beautiful beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton and the Table Mountain Cableway.
Ideal for families and groups of friends looking to experience Cape Town’s cosmopolitan lifestyle at its best.
Head to Cape Town from November to March for the city's long, hot summer days and picnics-on-the-beach nights. Beaches and restaurants overflow in the high season between December and January but you will still enjoy great weather and fewer crowds from February to April.
The May to September Cape winters are cosy and cold with rainy days interrupted by long sunny periods, perfect for taking long coastal drives along the Whale Coast or savouring classic Cape vintages at some of the country’s finest wine farms.
Street parking is available outside the villa.
The neat and compact kitchen is fully equipped with all the mod-cons, including a washing machine and tumble dryer. Large sliding doors open onto a cosy courtyard, flooding the interior with bright light.
Get a restful night’s sleep in the queen-sized bed and take your morning cuppa on the private balcony and watch Cape Town slowly come alive.
The two guest bedrooms feature queen-sized beds in warm, natural accents.
Spacious en suite bathrooms have showers and luxury toiletries.
Cosy and inviting, the living area is elegantly furnished in a contemporary style with a bright feature wall and large flat-screen television with satellite reception. Flowing effortlessly into the dining and kitchen area, the space promises comfortable and laid-back holiday living.
The third level of the villa is home to a spacious rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of Table Mountain, the city skyline and working harbour. Elegant sun loungers are scattered around the deck while a contemporary wooden dining table and benches offer a magnificent place to dine under the stars or photograph Cape Town’s famously beautiful sunsets.