More Quarters and Cape Cadogan
Two hundred years ago this was a farmhouse, and in 1912 it was Victorianised, obviously in such a successful fashion that it was declared a national monument in 1984. With twelve rooms, it is not a large hotel by any means, and that is how it is supposed to be.
The Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel is for people who prefer a certain level of style, sophistication and comfort with magnificent personal service. This is a chic, bohemian bolthole that feels like an elegant home from home. There is a lounge room where you’ll find port and snacks pre-dinner, a library, a garden with small pool for hot days and an indoor outdoor breakfast room.
Situated 2 minutes from trendy Kloof Street, you can walk to both restaurants and boutiques which are frequented by the locals, ensuring an experience where you become part of the city cosmopolitan way of life.
A great option for families is the classic contemporary apartments at More Quarters Luxury Apartments just down the road from the hotel.
Framed by mountains and set around water, Cape Town is stunning. The most famous spots include the sparkling V&A Waterfront, with its hotels, restaurants and shops. The other celebrity is Table Mountain, which looms peacefully over the city and which you can ascend via cable car. See also the Robben Island Museum, dedicated to Nelson Mandela.
Ways you can help in Cape Town
Here you can make a difference with some of Africa’s most vulnerable people: orphans and young children in disadvantaged communities. Through Extreme Makeover Projects, you can provide children care centers, shelters and early education development centers with happy, healthier and more homely environments. You can help improve structures, sanitation and outdoor facilities, and to provide […]
You can help support such self-help and home-grown projects in poorly resourced communities so that they can flourish and reach their full potential – sustaining the future. Background We work with communities in the Cape Flats, near Cape Town. This is a challenging environment with very poor soil (often no more than sea sand), roaring […]
Just outside Cape Town you can help care for orphaned babies: bottle feeding, bathing, changing and dressing these precious wee things. Some of the babies may be underweight (under 5 lbs/2.5 kgs) and so require extra special attention and extended feeding time, possibly by syringe. You are expected to work on weekdays from about 8am […]
Nestled in the mountain slopes on the outskirts of Cape Town you will find an inspiring community project that feeds over 100,000 children and adults each week. The vision is to feed 200,000 people weekly, and you can play a part in preparing the meals and then serving them, thus getting to interact with them […]