Reviews of De Waterkant Place


"Wonderful Place"

(South Africa) Hertzog Viljoen | 3 January 2017

"It was an absolute pleasure staying here. Close to everything, very neat and warm and friendly hosts. "


"Cape Town Village Vibe"

(France) Patrick Dedryver | 26 October 2016

"Nice little place in the Waterkant village. Great location. Nice room tidy and spicy. Nice staff."


"Waterkant Place"

(Sweden) Anita Petersson | 13 February 2016

"We liked the B&B very much. Proper, friendly and central. But nothing for disabled people as it is a hilly street and no elevator to the breakfast room. Ê Ê ÊA and S, soon 70.




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"Quaint and different"

(South Africa) Jacques Hugo | 18 August 2015

"Something with a difference. To be recommended. ÊExtremely friendly reception by Delica."


"Comfort, but..."

(South Africa) Ray Lazarus | 2 June 2015

"Very comfortable and cosy, ddespite the onset of the Cape winter coinciding with our visit. Staff were welcoming. Unfortunately, our sleep was seriously disturbed on Friday and Saturday night/early morning by thumping music from a neighboring club or house. While the B&B cannot of course be held..."

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"Very comfortable and cosy, ddespite the onset of the Cape winter coinciding with our visit. Staff were welcoming. Unfortunately, our sleep was seriously disturbed on Friday and Saturday night/early morning by thumping music from a neighboring club or house. While the B&B cannot of course be held responsible for this, it is apparently not unusual and guests in rooms 9 and 10 should perhaps be warned about the possibility. The breakfasts could be improved by adding wholewheat bread and perhaps fruit salad to expand the continental breakfast .range.Ê"


"Great stay"

(Australia) Julian Slade | 15 August 2012

"Room was small but comfortable. Loved the style of the bathroom. Very nice breakfast bar that wasn't the same each day (stayed there for four nights?.



The only negative is that there is no adjacent parking. There is a multi-level carpark a 5-minute walk away in the Cape Quarter shopp..."

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"Room was small but comfortable. Loved the style of the bathroom. Very nice breakfast bar that wasn't the same each day (stayed there for four nights?.



The only negative is that there is no adjacent parking. There is a multi-level carpark a 5-minute walk away in the Cape Quarter shopping centre. However, after checking out, I had help in carting my luggage to my hire car parked there - very much appreciated."


"Great place"

(South Africa) Belinda Wynne | 11 May 2011

"The service at the lodge was absolutely outstanding. The lodge is clean and well set up and has all basic requirements one might need. A superb place to live at."


"Wonderful"

(South Africa) Lara | 26 May 2016

"I had an absolutely lovely stay at the De Waterkant Place. They made lots of effort for me, going above and beyond to make my stay comfortable and pleasant. I had to move out of my apartment for two weeks, and I am a student and they got me a desk, chair and lamp for my room so that I could study. M..."

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"I had an absolutely lovely stay at the De Waterkant Place. They made lots of effort for me, going above and beyond to make my stay comfortable and pleasant. I had to move out of my apartment for two weeks, and I am a student and they got me a desk, chair and lamp for my room so that I could study. My room was really lovely, I felt like a queen. Thank you for your outstanding service and hospitality."


"Likeable"

(South Africa) Ms Carson | 30 May 2014

"Had a brilliant stay as it is my usual choice for accommodation and I have already recommended it to many. I always use Rooms For Africa."


"A Great Place to Stay in the Quarter"

(South Africa) Mr Mrkusic | 29 November 2012

"This was my fourth stay at De Waterkant Place. I enjoyed each stay as the rooms are good sized and comfortable and the owners are friendly and helpful but most of all I love it for its location.

It is a great place to stay right in the vibrant and historic Waterkant Village with its shops, ..."

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"This was my fourth stay at De Waterkant Place. I enjoyed each stay as the rooms are good sized and comfortable and the owners are friendly and helpful but most of all I love it for its location.

It is a great place to stay right in the vibrant and historic Waterkant Village with its shops, restaurants, clubs and bars and the architecture and views. The people are all ages, races and from all corners of the globe.

I find it an easy walk from there to the CBD and Green Point and only a slightly greater effort sees me on foot to the V & A Waterfront or Sea Point. Because there are nearly always people around walking feels very safe.

By car it is only about 20 minutes to most parts of the City and easy access to the motorways enables you to get to the airport or to the Paarl, Franschhoek or Stellenbosch Winelands in double quick time. It always amazes me, with all the traffic and all the people parking everywhere, that I have never had to spend more than a few minutes looking for parking - perhaps I chose the right time of day to return to the area!

When I just want to relax, spending a while in the breakfast room or on the deck allows me to relax and admire views of the mountains, the city and on to the sea. Breakfast is pretty good and sitting enjoying it while taking in the views of the surroundings is a perfect way to start a day."