Kaapsepracht Bed & Breakfast

Address: 12 de Villiers Street, Somerset West, Western Cape, 7130, South Africa | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 12 de Villiers Street, Somerset West, is near Vergelegen Estate, Erinvale Golf Club, and Cedarberg Wilderness Area.
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Travel Blogs from Somerset West

South Africa - Cape Town Day 4

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Mar 25, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... was used to build more buildings. The really sad part was that all the health effects that came from working in this quarry. Lots of eye issues because of the dust etc floating around. And then through the village of Robben island. The village was for the guards and the cooks and all the workers in the prison. It's still used today where the workers of the Robben island museum (the whole island and the prison is now a museum). The bus took a stop to get some snacks (the coffee ...

Goodbye George

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 27, 2014

4 photos

... We got there easily enough even though claires reading out skills arent the best. Omce in the right area we had to drive up and down the street twice as the hostel was hidden and had no sign. We parked around the corner in a car park as there was no street parking. Turns put this is where we park anyway although it costs 20 rand a day to do so. Supposedly the car park in the hostels garden isnt lit or have security and car are always ...

Day 42 - Orange River, South Africa

A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 14, 2014

... some lunch, an horrendous Smoked Chicken Wrap which was literally like eating raw chicken and booked into our elite upgrade for the evening, an old fashioned Tin Shack, words could not do it justice. Rather then then rafting we went and sat by the river for a while and for an hour or so life was absolutely perfect, a couple of gin and tonics, a mad goose who wouldn't leave us alone, the river and mountain in the ...

In the eyes of the children

A travel blog entry by p2travel on Apr 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and city planners. In many ways, although on a much smaller scale, it reminded me of the travelling community sites that I have visited in Essex and the East End of London during my NHS career.

Tobeka, our guide, told us Imizamo Yethu was established in the early 1990’s as an area where mainly black people were allowed by the authorities to build homes known as ‘shacks’ or temporary ...

Beautiful Capetown

A travel blog entry by kingstravel on Oct 11, 2013

5 comments, 99 photos

... beautiful green spot in the city surrounded by parliament, Museums and the Cathedral. All great constructions, The
architecture reflects British, Dutch ad African influences.

Our Final stop on this tour is the castle of Good Hope built in the
1700's by the Dutch East India Company. More a fortification but has some lovely pieces of furniture and china. Lots of South African History here including where Nelson
Mandela made his freedom speech. A great display on ...