Chartfield Guesthouse

30 Gatesville Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, Distance from city centre: 22.8km

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It's a haven created to whisk you away from the cares of the world the moment you step inside this grand old house, which has been standing for over 120 years overlooking the picturesque Kalk Bay harbour.
Now lovingly restored, Chartfield Guesthouse is nestled in this quaint seaside village where the pace and charm is reminiscent of a bygone era while every modern convenience is provided for.

Please Note: Breakfast is not included in the room rates online.

Prices are per person per night.

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B&B Facilities & Policies

  • Airport transfers
  • Breakfast not included
  • Cable TV
  • Cots available
  • Free City Maps
  • Hair Dryers
  • House Keeping
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Swimming Pool
  • Towels Included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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Kalk Bay is easy to get to whether by car or with public transport. From the airport follow the N2 towards Cape Town and when you see an exit for the M3 direction Muizenberg, take it. Follow the M3 into the M4 and from Muizenberg follow the coast road south past ST. James to Kalk Bay: Or if you prefer follow the scenic Boyes Drive and once in Kalk Bay take the first left into Anderson Raod and then the second left into Gatesville Road - This is an excellent location to whale spot from as well.

Located Near

Kalk Bay is a bastion to the Cape's sea-faring past. First visited by Simon Van Der Stel in the 17th Century one can't help but feel you've traveled back in time, worlds away from the high-rise hustle of Cape Town. Named after the chalky lime stone deposits found in the area by the Dutch in 1806 Kalk Baai (Chalk Bay) soon became a busy little fishing village. A railway line in 1883 brought with it more fishermen and tourists in their scores. In 1895 a municipality was founded and non-fishing families were encouraged to settle in the area. This developed into a tight knit bustling seaside village and much of everything that makes it special remains today.

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