About Villa Sunshine Guesthouse
Villa Sunshine is a classic Mediterranean Villa on the slopes of the prestigious Bantry Bay. An upmarket suburb on the Atlantic Seaboard with sweeping views of the sea below, and the majestic Lions Head above keeping a vigilant gaze over our guests.
This Cape Town Villa is a five minute drive from the famous V&A Waterfront as well as Table Mountain, the Convention Centre and the bustling City. Trendy Waterkant with its many bars and clubs is also just a few minutes away. Take a leisurely stroll along the charming beachfront of Clifton and Camps Bay. Just down the road you will find the bus stop and many shops and restaurants.
Every room in Villa Sunshine Guesthouse is decorated with attention to detail and style. A home from home with all the added comforts of an upmarket establishment. Crisp linen and duvets, finest coffee, home baked biscuits, candles and flowers add to the feeling of well being. Each room also has a ceiling fan or a heater for the winter nights, a digital safe, wireless internet access and some snacks. Enjoy your first of coffee cup on your own balcony overlooking the sea. Have a delicious glass of Cape wine from our bar fridge and watch the sunset. Telephone, Fan, and your own bathroom are a matter of course. Enjoy a swim in our sparkling saltwater pool before sitting down to a sumptuous breakfast on the large terrace or in the stylish breakfast room.
Villa Sunshine is owner managed and we know how precious your holiday is. We will gladly help you with your daily planning, choice of restaurants and onward travels. We look forward to your visit
No children under 6 years of age.
Please contact us for child policy and sharing options.
Breakfast optional extra @ R110 per person per day.
Rooms that are not occupied by 18h00 will be seen as a NO-SHOW, unless prior arrangement has been made.
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