Welgelegen Guesthouse rests at the foot of Table Mountain in the quiet suburb of Gardens in Cape Town. The two houses of Welgelegen Guesthouse are turn-of-the-century beauties, which have been tastefully restored to their former glory.
The two Victorian houses of Welgelegen Guesthouse are joined by a cobbled patio and plunge pool. This secluded environment is a turn-of-the-century beauty and has been tastefully restored to its former glory.
Decor in each of the en suite rooms at Welgelegen Guesthouse is unique, eclectic and very stylish. The beds all convert into King Size and the African theme is presented with earthy colours and a splash of classic bohemia. Crisp white cotton sheets adorn the beds and each suite has air conditioning, heated towel rails and satellite TV. All these elements and an added emphasis on comfortability is what makes your stay a truly unique experience.
Lounges at Welgelegen Guesthouse are equally glamorous and inviting. Here you can start your morning with a hearty breakfast whilst gazing upon Table Mountain and after an entertaining day in the Mother City, sit back and relax with a glass of chilled Cape sauvignon.
All within this charming atmosphere is an in-house treatment room offering holistic and polarity massages. Retire to a day in the spa and allow yourself to be pampered. Treatments range from aromatherapy and stress release reflexology to manicures, pedicures and paraffin waxes.
Translated from Dutch, 'Welgelegen' means well-located, and that it is. Kloof and Long Street are both within walking distance. This trendy part of town bustles with fine restaurants, boutiques and pubs. Cape Town's many sightseeing attractions are all in close proximity of Gardens and Cape Town city centre are a few minutes drive away. Cape Town's renowned beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are also close by and golfers can take their pick from a number of first-rate courses within thirty minutes of Welgelegen Guesthouse.