Holiday Accommodation in Rondebosch

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Abbotswood Cottage      RondeboschSelf-catering
Abbotswood Cottage provides 4 star self-catering accommodation
in the heart of Cape Town's upmarket Southern Suburbs. Rosebank is a quiet well-treed residential area, located just below the University of Cape Town and is home of the famous Baxter Theatre....


Bishopsfield Guest House      RondeboschGuest House
Hame B&B RondeboschBed & Breakfast
Kilkenny Bed & Breakfast RondeboschBed & Breakfast
Little Scotia Guest House      RondeboschGuest House
Raymond Of Hame Cottages RondeboschSelf-catering
Rondebosch Guest Cottages RondeboschSelf-catering
Rouwkoop Cottage RondeboschSelf-catering


Major Attractions:
Irma Stern Museum. (UCT) Cecil Rd, Rosebank. Contains this South African artists works, rare Congolese art, European furniture from the 15th century and Ming dynasty ceramics. Tel 685 5686.
Mosterts Mill. Rhodes Dr, Mowbray. One of only two existing windmills in the Cape , the mill dates back to 1796. Originally owned by the Van Reenen family of the farm Welgelegen and extended into the present Rhodes Estate.
Rhodes Memorial. Off Rhodes Dr. Built of Table Mountain granite as a tribute to the memory of Cecil John Rhodes, empire builder and prime minister of the Cape from 1890-1896. On the mountain slopes free running fallow-deer entertain children and adults alike. To the east, is a magnificent, panoramic view of the Cape Flats, False Bay and the Drakenstein Mountains. Tel 689 9151.
Rondebosch Common. A military camp during the 1806 British occupation and the rule of the Batavian Republic until the end of the Napoleonic Wars. It later became a grazing ground and, in 1961, was proclaimed a national monument.
University of Cape Town. Visit the historic middle campus off Rhodes Dr. Tel 650 9111. The summer house (Belvedere) was built by the Dutch East India Company on the Rustenburg Estate. The building is one of the oldest in South Africa and was reconstructed by Sir Herbert Baker in 1894. The Woolsack residence, with its mixture of Cape Dutch features, was rebuilt by Baker for use by poets and artists on Cecil John Rhodess instructions. For visits, tel 650 3759.