Ambiente Guest House


The Ambiente Guest House in Cape Town is an extravagant dream come true. Marion and Peter from Hamburg accomplished their life’s ambition and created an exceptional hotel.


The interior having been designed by a celebrated South African decorator, the Ambiente Guest House’s three suites feature every comfort imaginable. Each unit has been individually designed and radiates a unique flair.


Set beautifully on a gentle slope beneath towering rock formations, the Ambiente Guest House commands read more » a stunning view out over Camps Bay. In fact, the main building has been set into the rock, the coarse stone lending a wildly romantic touch to the ambience.


A pool invites you to take refreshing dip on hot days. Marion and Peter, the owners and original North German Africans, take perfect care of their guests and freely offer their advice and a helping hand whenever needed.


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Every room at the Ambiente Guest House has been individually furnished and designed with South African motifs in mind. Examples of the fine lodgings are the exotic Africa Suite or the Sea View Suite featuring read more » a large terrace with a breathtaking panorama of the ocean.


The units are equipped with a remarkably spacious bathroom with a separate toilet, satellite TV, telephone, sound system with a CD player, mini bar and a safe to name just a few of the amenities.


The Ambiente Guest House’s communal facilities include a gorgeously set swimming pool. No matter where your interests lie, it is never far to the next attraction. Cape Town’s city sights can be reached in only a few minutes.


Other attractions meriting a trip are the Table Mountain, the celebrated Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the penguins in Simon’s Town or the nearby Winelands – Cape Town has the right program for every taste.


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Cape Town attracts scores of visitors with its numerous sights and activities both in the centre and in the surrounding countryside. The Ambiente Guest House’s superb location allows you to reach just read more » about any attraction in just a few minutes driving time.


What shall it be today? A day spent exploring the city centre and the stylish Victoria & Alfred Waterfront or a trip up to the top of the world-famous Table Mountain? Maybe you much prefer a round trip to the Cape of Good Hope with the tempting option to while away a few lazy hours on the beach.


A highlight for kids: swimming with the penguins in Simon’s Bay. Those interested in history will want to cross over to Robben Island to explore the historic prison where Nelson Mandela was held captive for almost three decades of his life. Wine connoisseurs should not miss out on the chance to explore the idyllic Winelands, sampling the produce at every opportunity.


Cape Town and its surroundings feature a sheer endless range of exceptional sights, activities and sports options – something for everybody.


To name just one example: Incredible twenty golf courses in and around the city let golf enthusiasts’ hearts skip a beat!


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