At Derwent House, you’re in the heart of Cape Town’s trendy Gardens/Tamboerskloof neighbourhood, steps away from the great bars, restaurants and boutiques on Kloof and Bree Streets, the nightlife of Long Street, yet with the peace and tranquillity of a quiet residential neighbourhood. Ten minutes by car takes you to the Table Mountain cable way station, Lion’s Head, downtown and conference centre, V&A Waterfront, or buzzy de Waterkant art and design quarter. Five minutes further lie Camp’s Bay, the famous Clifton beaches and Sea Point . . . You can’t get more central than the so-called “City Bowl.”
We’re 50 metres from the St Michael’s stop on the excellent Cape Town MyCiti bus network and 10-15 minutes’ walk from the Hop-on, Hop-off City Sightseeing bus stops. Taxis and Ubers abound.
Come see for yourself!
Looming large and welcoming you to Cape Town, whether you are arriving by plane, train, boat or automobile, is the iconic Table Mountain, one of the 7 Wonders of the World.
Palm-fringed, with platinum blonde soft sands and a backdrop of the spectacular Twelve Apostles of Table Mountain, Camps Bay Beach is one of the city’s most popular beaches.
Situated in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour with the dramatic backdrop of Table Mountain, the Victoria Alfred Waterfront is widely acknowledged as one of Cape Town’s biggest tourist attractions.
A stroll along Long Street is an essential element of a Cape Town visit. If you’re looking for fun vibes and an excuse to stay out all night this busy commercial street is the party capital of the Mother City.