The Cape Peninsula which includes Cape Town and of course Simonstown Guest House, is the collective name given to the South Western tip of the African Continent. Characterised by steep cliffs dropping off into the cold Atlantic Ocean to the West and the warmer Indian Ocean to the East, the Cape Peninsula is known as the â€œGateway to Africaâ€.
Quaint seaside towns like Hout Bay, Kommetjie, Kalk Bay and Noordhoek have visitors lost in them for hours exploring vintage shops, art galleries and miles of open beaches. Award winning restaurants can be found dispersed around the Cape Peninsula and the greater Cape Town areas as well as wine farms and distilleries. Table Mountain National Park and Cape Point mark the southernmost point of the Cape Peninsula where you can explore unique indigenous flora and fauna. If it is a more vibrant, energetic atmosphere you are after indulge in a cocktail in Camps Bay, watching the sun set from a trendy sidewalk cafe.
Cape Peninsula is also known for its multitude of outdoor activities. Surfing, hiking, mountain biking, diving, sailing and deep sea fishing, to name a few – are available to visitors to the Cape Peninsula, Cape Town and are all accessible from Simonstown Guest House.
Whale season is July - October
20 Bennett Close, Cairnside, Simons Town, 7975
Tel: 021 786 5552
Did you know? Simons Town Accommodation is often misspelt. Here are some variations:
Simons Town Accommodation, Simonstown Accommodation, Simon Accommodation, SimonsTown Accommodation, Simon'sTown Accommodation, Simon's Town Accommodation.