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  • Historic property in the heart of town, beautifully renovated
  • Luxurious rooms and excellent service
  • Fantastic location for exploring Cape Town

The Three Boutique Hotel

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Price tier (pps): R200  R1500+

Child policy: All ages

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-33.9377, 18.4175

About

In the 1770s, this exquisite residence was originally named 'Schoonder Sigt' (Clear View) and was one of the ten most conspicuous large manors in Cape Town. It was owned and occupied by the Commandant of the Castle, General Robert J. Gordon, who was responsible for discovering and mapping a large part of South Africa. 

In the 200 years that followed, the house went through the hands of English royalty, before being turned into an apartment block and even a nursing home. In 1973 it was gaudily renovated to resemble a Spanish villa complete with scalloped plasterwork and cactus. Justin and Natalia Pearson bought the residence in 2009 and the national monument was carefully renovated and restored to its original fabric and converted into a stylish 4 Star boutique hotel.

The crisp white building houses 15 sophisticated, clean-cut rooms equipped with air conditioning, spacious bedrooms with plush black carpets, flat-screen televisions and en-suite bathrooms. The stylish interiors of the hotel are a seamless blend of polished wood and leather, while a few stone walls hint at the residence's history. 

A columned terrace, tiled in traditional black and white, wraps around the house, leading to an outdoor lounge and a 7-metre designer swimming pool with underwater lighting. The rooftop deck is a wonderful sundowner spot that features unparalleled views of Cape Town’s three iconic mountains: Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and Devil’s Peak, after which 'The Three' is named.

Shuttle transfers to and from Cape Town International Airport can be arranged, while a shuttle is also available throughout the day for personalised tours to the City’s attractions, or for taking guests to and from Cape Town's excellent selection of restaurants in the evening.

Rates & Summary


14 Luxury Rooms

Each sleeps 2 in King/twin beds
En-suite shower, or bath and shower

Studio Room

Each sleeps 2 in King/twin beds
En-suite shower
Kitchen with gas hob

Pricing

  • For pricing detail, click on CHECK AVAILABILITY & BOOK ONLINE above

Catering

Full breakfast served until 10h00

Kids

All children are welcome.

Why Stay Here?

Shadowed by the grandeur of Table Mountain, old and new meet in perfect harmony at The Three Boutique Hotel. This beautiful National Monument has been converted into a stylish and affordable 15-bedroom boutique hotel in the heart of Cape Town, just minutes away from some the city’s most popular tourist attractions. The Three Boutique Hotel fills the gap between a too-homely guest house and an impersonal hotel; striking just the right balance between chic surroundings and friendly service.

Summary

  • Historic property in the heart of town, beautifully renovated
  • Luxurious rooms and excellent service
  • Fantastic location for exploring Cape Town

Things to consider Bringing

Sunblock, swimming costume, swimming towels, Cape Town guide book.

Road Conditions

Tarred roads in good condition.

Activities & Attractions

  • Swimming pool
  • Dining room and lounge
  • Licensed bar
  • Outdoor lounge
  • Rooftop deck
  • Pergola
  • Airport shuttle
  • Many of Cape Town's top tourist sights within walking distance

Details

Accommodation & Hospitality

  • Communal lounge
  • Verandah / patio
  • Fan included
  • Heater included
  • Bed linen supplied
  • Bathroom towels supplied
  • Hair dryer available
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Laundry service available
  • Self-service tea and coffee available
  • No smoking indoors

Catering & Kitchen

  • Breakfast
  • Licensed
  • Fridge or minibar

Utilities

  • Water supply good for drinking
  • Eskom electricity

Leisure Amenities

  • Swimming pool
  • Satellite television
  • Garden

Business & Connectivity

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Good cell phone reception

Access & Convenience

  • Child friendly
  • No pets allowed
  • Off street parking
  • Nearest shops within 2km
  • Nearest fuel within 5km
  • Shuttle service available

Payment

  • Credit cards accepted
  • EFT accepted
  • Cash accepted

Security

  • Personal safe

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Cape Town & Surrounds

Western Cape

About

Cape Town is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world. With dramatic mountains, a long stretch of Atlantic coastline and a picturesque working harbour, there are few cities in the world to rival “The Fairest Cape”, as explorer Sir Francis Drake described the place in 1580.

The city of Cape Town is regularly voted as one of the best tourist destinations (and cities to live in) in the world – and its Mediterranean climate, superb natural attractions, historic landmarks, fabulous restaurants and fun places to hang out offer all the ingredients for a top holiday destination.

Table Mountain dominates the city’s landscape and Table Mountain National Park is a national treasure and World Heritage Site.

The Cape Floristic Kingdom is known for its incredible botanical heritage and the Table Mountain National Park has more floral species than the British Isles. Stopping to smell the fynbos has an altogether new meaning in this part of the world.

Robben Island is another World Heritage Site worth visiting. Struggle heroes such as Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Ahmed Kathrada and many others were incarcerated here during apartheid and taking the Robben Island Tour is a must on any trip to Cape Town.

The city is loosely divided by Table Mountain into four sections: Cape Town Central, Cape Town South, Cape Town North and Cape Town East.

Cape Town Central incorporates the city centre, the V&A Waterfront, Green Point, Mouille Point, Sea Point, Camps Bay and Hout Bay. There are loads of things on offer in this part of the world, so it’s a good idea to focus on the field of interest/activities that excite you and take it from there.

A trip to the top of Table Mountain is an absolute must (especially if you’ve never done it before). The views on a clear day will give you a clear perspective of the gorgeous city below and you can see as far as Robben Island and beyond.

If history is your thing, there are numerous museums and attractions close to the city centre. The Castle of Good Hope was built between 1666 and 1679 and is the oldest building in South Africa. It is a good place to start your tour of the city, which incorporates historic attractions such as the Bo-Kaap Museum, the District Six Museum, The Company’s Garden, City Hall and the Grand Parade, among many other notable historic attractions.

For shopping and entertainment, the V&A Waterfront is the epicentre of Cape Town and attracts high numbers of international tourists daily. Long Street is a good place to hang out for restaurants, bars and nightlife and Camps Bay is the place to see and be seen around cocktail hour.

The drive along Chapman’s Peak is one of the most scenic drives in the world but you need to do your homework as the route is periodically closed. Mariner’s Wharf in Hout Bay is another great place to visit, with its fun restaurants, great beaches and perfect views.

Cape Town South stretches from Noordhoek to Observatory and incorporates some of Cape Town’s most popular suburbs, including Constantia, Fish Hoek, Rondebosch, Simon’s Town and Muizenberg, to mention just a few.

Constantia is popular for its wonderful restaurants and wine estates and the Constantia Wine Route is a big attraction for foodies and wine-lovers. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens offers hectares of greenery and regular concerts in the warm summer months. There are also various hiking trails on offer.

Take a day trip to Simon’s Town and make sure you visit the statue of Just Nuisance, as well as the scenic Boulders Beach. Noordhoek is a great place for riding horses on the beach and the restaurants are very family friendly. For fresh fish and laid-back vibes, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg are the business. Fish Hoek is popular for seaside activities and antique shops and is a real favourite.

Cape Town North incorporates the Cape Town International Airport, Parow, Milnerton, Durbanville, Table View, as well as Bloubergstrand and Melkbosstrand. The north is a developed business centre that continues to grow rapidly. For chill-out time, Bloubergstrand and Melkbosstrand are popular for walks on the beach and outdoor sports.  Shoppers will enjoy Century City and Canal Walk, and for those who love a tipple or two, The Durbanville Wine Route also falls into the northern region.

Cape Town East is made up of Gordon’s Bay, Somerset West, Strand, Sir Lowry’s Pass, Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Eersterivier, Macassar and Strandfontein. The region is pretty spectacular as the small coastal towns sit below the imposing Hottentots Holland Mountains and there are fantastic beaches such as Bikini Beach, Strand Beach and Kogel Bay. Here you’ll also find the Helderberg Nature Reserve, Wolfgat Nature Reserve and Edith Stephens Wetland Park.

Look out for

Scenic Cape Point with its sheer cliffs, rugged landscapes, fauna, flora and bold ocean views.

A cable-car trip up Table Mountain to get the view of the incredible landscape of the city. If you’ve done the touristy cable-car thing then take one of the many mountain trails.

V&A Waterfront – spend time enjoying all the facilities at the V&A Waterfront, including the abundance of shopping and restaurant venues. For children, The Two Oceans Aquarium is a winner.

The magnificent beaches of Clifton, Muizenberg, Hout Bay, Bloubergstrand. You are spoilt for choice in and around the Mother City.

Historical sites are a must – including Robben Island, the Castle of Good Hope, the District Six Museum and Bo-Kaap.

Long Street by night. Enjoy the friendly fun vibes of this stretch of tarmac as it comes to life when the sun goes down.

While away the hours at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, the green lung of the city. Look out for the schedule of summer concerts.

Visit the Constantia Wine Route for a touch of history and some of the country’s finest wines and restaurants that continually make it onto the best-of lists.

Drive along the southern coastline and visit places such as Noordhoek, Scarborough, Simon’s Town, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg. Stop off at Kalk Bay for fresh fish at the harbour.

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