Ocean View House


The elegant Ocean View House is situated directly on the Atlantic Ocean on Victoria Road. Camps Bay’s beautiful white sand beach is only a short stroll away and Bakoven, a pebble stone beach, directly borders the hotel property.


Camps Bay is one of Cape Town’s most popular and prestigious suburbs. It scenically nestles between the striking Table Mountain, the Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles. Moreover, it is located conveniently close to Cape Town’s bustling centre.


Despite the read more » proximity to the vibrant, multi-million metropolis, the Ocean View House provides a peaceful setting and generously designed gardens. More than, 3000 square metres large, find a quiet spot to settle down and unwind beneath the warm African sun.


Take a stroll and try to count the Koi in the pond or try to capture the many birds, like hummingbirds, or even butterflies on film. Two hundred years old Milkwood Trees cast welcome shade on hot days.


A gurgling little mountain stream crosses the property and a part of the garden has been dedicated to succulents: More than thirty species of cacti may be admired. However, one of the chief attractions is certainly the beautiful swimming pool.


After a long day spent out and about exploring Cape Town and its surroundings, come back to the Ocean View Hotel for a refreshing splash with a view of the Atlantic. Incidentally, the graceful Ocean View is run by the German expatriates Ludik.


To this day, the couple personally takes care of the business and makes every guest supremely welcome. The Ludiks or the employees are always available for a little chat or insider’s information on Cape Town.


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The Ocean View Hotel in Camps Bay is the perfect complement to vibrant Cape Town: A luxurious oasis of peace and quiet to come back to after having explored the city to your heart’s content.


Relish read more » the comforts of your individually designed ensuite room. Guests may choose between various room categories that range from a private Bungalow or a Luxury Room to the extravagant Royal Suite.


The two Pool Deck Rooms sport direct access to the beautifully designed swimming pool, which commands a magnificent view of the Atlantic Ocean.


The Bungalow, of course, is a separate building with private garden and refined luxuries on generous 100 square metres. It is set apart from the Ocean View House premises.


Those who appreciate first-class comforts are well advised to consider the outstanding Presidential Suite. Apart from the sophisticated facilities, the elegant units offer a stunning ocean view.


The four individually designed Royal Suites are elegantly decked out with a porcelain flooring and ensuite shower bathrooms. The forty two square metres are plenty of space to unfold.


The Garden Suite boasts a terrace that leads to a small private garden with an ocean view. Step off the terrace and stroll along the small mountain stream that criss-crosses the Ocean View property.


Generous 63 square metres large, the Milkwood Suite comfortably accommodates a family. The room offers two balconies with a garden and ocean panorama.


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Located adjacent to the Ocean View Hotel’s main building, the beautiful swimming pool invites you not only to take a dip but also to enjoy the breathtaking ocean view. Afterwards, stroll the 3000 m² read more » large gardens complete with gracefully designed Koi ponds.


Needless to say, that the Cape Town region has so much to offer that you will soon want to leave your peaceful hideaway and set off exploring.


Cape Town’s striking landmark, the Table Mountain, is definitely worth a visit. Ride the cableway to the top or brave the strenuous hike to enjoy a magnificent vista of the city and its surroundings.


Formerly a detention centre for prisoners of conscience, today Robben Island has been turned into a museum and nature reserve that protects large bird and seal colonies. Take one of the hourly boats to cross the 12 kilometres that separate Robben Island from the mainland.


Cape Town is a city of contrasts: After a mountain hike and a visit to a prisoner island, saunter down the elegant Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Relish the haute-culture flair, peruse the designer boutique shops, souvenir stores and sip a glass of South African wine at any of the street cafés.


Another highlight is the Two Oceans Aquarium, which exhibits no less than 300 different fish species. Or the Castle of Good Hope – South Africa’s oldest building. Then again, you might be interested in the 6000 plant species of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden.


It is also quiet worthwhile to spend a few relaxing hours in Camps Bay, on the beautiful beach or on the lively promenade. On weekends, Camps Bay enjoys the added blessing / curse of countless locals dropping by to enjoy the seaside flair.


Last but not least, Cape Town also offers an incredibly diverse sports programme. You name it, Cape Town has it: hiking, mountain biking, diving, surfing, sailing, golf or tennis to name just a handful.


There is a lot to do in Cape Town. Not to mention the pristine surroundings like the gracious Winelands. Lodged at the Ocean View House, enjoy refined comforts and the perfect location to explore it all!


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