Welcome to

PENTHOUSE ON BEACH

ABOUT US

You really cannot get more exclusive than taking the private elevator from the underground parking lot to the 17th floor, only accessible to our astute guests.

Once those elevator doors slip open and you step into our world, take a look to the left where our porthole window beholds a view of Table Mountain only a few have or ever will ever be able to see – it is almost like Table Mountain was placed there for the sole purpose of our Penthouse.

The Penthouse on Beach is booked exclusively for a maximum of 6 guests on a self-catering basis.

WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?

There are countless spectacular accommodation options in and around the stunning city of Cape Town, but only one literally tops them all: The Penthouse on Beach! Nestled high above Table Bay Beach, our position offers a magnificent view of the surrounding beaches below, Table Mountain and Cape Town itself from a bird’s eye view!

ACTIVITIES

The Penthouse on Beach is perfectly located for a multitude of leisure activities and excursions. First and foremost, of course, there is the beach setting. Down by the beach you may go surfing, wind-surfing or kite-surfing.

No less than ten different restaurants are located within an easy walking distance, including a number of gourmet dining venues, not to mention the countless bars that serve anything from a cold, local beer to fine wine and a cocktail mixed to perfection.

Cape Town’s world-famous Waterfront is a mere fifteen to twenty minutes’ drive away, the Winelands approximately thirty minutes. The Durbanville vineyards are just around the corner and can be reached in less than fifteen minutes. Wine connoisseurs and gourmets can certainly spend days on end sipping and sampling and savouring.

The Cape Town suburb of Bloubergstrand is well worth a trip and charms the visitor with its many restaurants, cafés and the Big Bay Beach Centre. In fact, the Penthouse’s location is just perfect for exploring the larger Cape Region, including, of course, the two world-famous landmarks the Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope. The Cape Region is highly diverse and sublimely beautiful.