A restored Victorian homestead and National Monument located in the leafy suburb of Gardens, within touching distance of the city centre, Nine Flowers is a boutique guesthouse with a difference!
Its location could not be more fetching, a hop, skip and jump away from the historic Company Gardens, where the Dutch first settled in South Africa, the Jewish Museum, the National Gallery and Natural History Museum, the Planetarium, not to mention the Houses of Parliament and Tuynhuys, the official town residence of the president. The bustling bars and cafes of Long Street and the trendy restaurants on Kloof street are all accessible on foot, while the majestic Table Mountain is just a short drive up the hill.
There are nine rooms, each individually decorated in the theme of a different flower, tasteful and colourful. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with shower, and a private veranda that provides unique perspectives of the looming mountain peaks. Secure parking and wireless internet access are provided free of charge. Your hosts, Marrin and Matthias do all they can to make your stay a pleasure, from reserving the best restaurants to offering a tailor-made chauffeur service.
Both Marrin and Matthias have been on our Cape Town Evening Bike Cycle, so if you don't trust us that is the best ride in the Mother City, then ask them for yourself!
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