The Two Greatest Modern Day Luxuries
. . . are light and space
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. . . the best time to visit is actually March to April!
Cape Town’s best kept secret is that the months just after summer, March & April are the best times to visit. The sun still shines for over 300 hours a month, whilst lots of other things find their optimal user-friendly level – the temperature, the crowds, the wind, and the price of everything!
Here are three of our top villas to escape the northern hemisphere winter, each offering the kind of expansive outdoor space that means you can maximise your time ‘al fresco’ without ever needing to leave the property.
As well as having one of the largest pools in Camp’s Bay, ‘Lion’s Peak’ is also only a 5 minute drive from the beach. So, if your brood somehow tires of the mountainside garden and its spectacular views, you can jump in the car and be covering yourselves with sand in a heartbeat.
Fitness fanatics will love Terra Firma in Constantia. The tennis court, glass-walled gym, lap pool and ping-pong table make it better equipped than many sports complexes. And there’s an outdoor pizza oven if you fancy regaining all the calories you’ve just burnt off.
Surrounded by sweeping vineyards, ‘Wundergarten’ in Stellenbosch is a family holiday ‘paradise’. With a boating lake, freshwater pool, croquet lawn and even a fairground carousel, there’s no chance of boredom kicking in.
Cape Town was voted the best city holiday destination by the British Daily Telegraph for 6 consecutive years.