Nine Flowers Guest House

Nine Flowers Guest House

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Ranked #22 in Cape Town hotels
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133 Hatfield Street | Gardens, Cape Town Central 8001, South Africa
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Boutique guesthouse in the heart of the Cape Town city centre, in an old Victorian house. Attractions include the Jewish museum, Company Gardens, Bo Kaap and all of the historical city centre. Double ... Read more
rooms to choose from, all with their own unique design. En-suite bathrooms. Breakfast included as well as the option of ordering a cold meat platter from the owners. Fire place in the living room in winter, terrace in the summer.

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Local from Cape Town, South Africa

Stay in a restored Victorian home - a national monument - with parliament and historic Cape Town on your doorstep. The friendly owners invite guests to enjoy their breakfast in the central courtyard, or sip a glass of wine while enjoying a simple cold meats and cheese platter in the evening/afternoon. In winter, guests can relax in the lounge/dining area, next to the cosy fireplace. The name for the backpackers comes from the South African flowers after which each room is named and decorated. The strelitizia room is decorated in orange colours, and the clivia room has bright yellow and grey décor, with paintings of the flowers on the walls. With wooden floors, big windows and nicely sized en-suite bathrooms, the rooms are tasteful and classy, ensuring a very comfortable stay.

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The description ‘peaceful haven’ pops into my head as I visit this Victorian terrace B&B in Gardens. The owner and staff were friendly and patient, so while there I was not at all surprised to see returning guests being welcomed back. It’s a small guesthouse, with 9 classy and spacious rooms which are nicely decorated (although bathrooms were on the small and simple side). The breakfast area, where specials are served up alongside the continental spread, is cosy, and opens into a nice sitting room which had a fire when I visited (I do love a fire). There is a delightful courtyard out the back, where you can order a cheese platter at any time, if you don’t feel like venturing to one of the many nearby cafes and restaurants. This place felt really homey, despite the fact that it’s such a close proximity to the buzzing city centre.

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