Arriving at Cape Town International Airport, you will be met by a representative and transferred to Four Rosmead Boutique Guest House. This charming abode dating back to 1903 has been lovingly restored and decorated, and is situated in a quiet street in the tranquil Oranjezicht neighbourhood of central Cape Town, nestled on the leafy slopes of Table Mountain.
Cape Town ranks as one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the friendly staff at Four Rosmead will be more than willing to assist you in booking tours and activities that take your fancy.
The winemaking tradition in the Cape goes back hundreds of years, and there are many exceptional vintages and varietals to enjoy. Set in a spectacularly scenic landscape of rearing mountains and sea views, the wine country is reminiscent of Provence, with an African twist. Beautifully gabled Cape Dutch buildings characterize the older estates, which are set in verdant rolling vineyards on mountain slopes. Visit several estates for tastings of their finest offerings and stop for lunch at one of them. Enjoy a delicious, indulgent meal in a setting that will take your breath away- a mountains and vineyards that is truly unique.
If you take a drive along the peninsula to Cape Point, you can enjoy a delicious seafood lunch in Kalk Bay, gazing out over the ocean, before heading back to Cape Town to ascend the famous Table Mountain. The cable car to the top of the mountain rotates 360°, offering incredible views of the city below. Arriving at the top, there are networks of paths to wander, with viewpoints dotted along the way. From here you can see Lion’s Head, Robben Island, the distant mountains of the Winelands and all the way to Cape Point in a series of breathtaking vistas.
The city itself has the attractions of the V&A Waterfront at your doorstep, stunning beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard and the ‘Riviera’ atmosphere of Camps Bay with its beachside café culture to absorb.