Guesthouses in Cape Town

Accommodation for the 2018 Cape Town Cycle Tour.

If you’re one of the cyclists lucky enough to be part of the 2018 Cape Town Cycle Tour we have the perfect accommodation for you and your family.

After the cancellation of the 2017 Cape Town Cycle Tour due to extreme storm conditions there were some changes made to the 2018 event.
The Cycle Tour will take place on the 11th of March 2018 and will start from the historic Grand Parade Precinct.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour (previously called The Argus Tour) is an iconic event – and the Grand Parade, overlooked by City Hall and Table Mountain, is a equally historic location to celebrate the event. The very first cycle tour was held in 1978 with 525 cyclists setting off from the same location.

DeKeurboom offers affordable accommodation just 30 kilometres from the start point of the 2018 Cape Town Cycle Tour.
We offer fully equipped townhouses in a safe neighbourhood that can comfortably sleep six guests. We supply crisp white linen and towels, a fully equipped kitchen, indoor and outdoor braai, a private shaded patio and DStv and free WiFi.
Each unit has secure parking for two vehicles.

You can check in with us assured in the knowledge that your night ahead of the big race will be relaxed and you can have something cool next to a braai fire the evening after to celebrate what is sure to be a memorable event.


Why Guesthouses are better than hotels

Visiting a brand new country? Or province? Maybe even city?

There are so many things that need to be decided when travelling, and many of those factors determine whether you’ll enjoy your visit as well as get the true feel of the area you’re visiting.

As much as you’d try to argue it, your accommodation is the most important part of your visit. So now you’re asking, hotel or guesthouse?

Guesthouse! Obviously, we’d say that, but with an extremely great reason. Actually, four great reasons for you to stay at a guesthouse!

Cost Efficient

Because most guesthouses are self-catering accommodations, what you have to pay to stay there is drastically much less than what you’d pay per night at a hotel.

Relaxed environment

Guesthouses are much more relaxed than hotels, but this is open for debate. You might not be getting a pool on the roof, and you definitely won’t be getting the city feel that comes along with staying in a hotel. But you are guaranteed a relaxed home space, that’s close to the city as well as an opportunity to stay amongst the locals. This exposes you to learning what the area you’re staying in is about and the culture, as well as the type of people staying in that area.

Work and Leisure

Guesthouses are fit for both work and leisure. Each guesthouse is fully furnished; depending on the one you choose, has sufficient facilities for you and your family to have fun, or for you to get all your work done. Guesthouses are also secure and safe for you if you’re there alone as well as if you’re on a family vacation. So you don’t have to worry about your car or any of your valuables as well as your own safety and your family’s safety.

Home away from home

Enjoy the pleasures of a hotel while feeling at home. If you choose well, the guesthouse you stay in will have the best facilities at your fingertips. Guesthouses offer credit cards: visa or master; fax sending and receiving; secure parking; laundry service; infant cot; airport transfers (by prior arrangement); breakfast and supper available (by prior arrangement) and free Wi-Fi; mini library.

De Keurboom Guesthouse

If you want to experience the best stay at a guesthouse then the De Keurboom Guesthouse is the best place to book.

Touring Cape Town

Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most beautiful cities. It also blossoms with tourist attractions and culture, art and so much more.

However, it can be overwhelming with all there is to see, so we’ve put together a list of the top 5 things to see when visiting Cape Town

Kuilsriver Golf course

The Kuilsriver Golf course is an amazing place to unwind and enjoy a game of golf. The Golf Course offers a full 18 holes, an annual league, functions, conferences and event facilities, Sunday roast menu, pro shop, a bar area, boardroom, half-way house, and a Sanlam cancer challenge.

Zevenwacht Wine Estate

With fine dining and award-winning South African made wine, you can never go wrong! This Wine Estate is perfect for that romantic date you’ve been dreaming about. Visiting the estate also gives you an opportunity to learn how older South Africans have made wine and how they now incorporate newer technologies into wine making to get the best taste.

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Situated at Cape Town’s harbour and back dropped by the amazing scenery of Table Mountain, The V& A Waterfront is the best place to spend your day with the family and end it under the stars at any one of the best South African Family Franchises.  Peak season is the best time to visit Victoria & Alfred Waterfront because of the different street showcases of South African tribes dancing and singing. An enjoyable experience indeed!

Table Mountain National Park

Table Mountain is Cape Town’s most iconic attraction. If you enjoy hiking, nature, or purely enjoying the natural beauty that Cape Town has to offer, then Table Mountain is exactly the place to be.

District Six Museum

District Six was a vibrant centre where coloured and black people lived together as a community, close to the city and port in Cape Town. Later, because of apartheid they were forcibly removed. The District Six Museum is now a great cultural landmark and a reminder of how South Africa has and is still growing and becoming better.

De Keurboom Guesthouse

De Keurboom Guesthouse is a beautiful guesthouse that is not far from all the beautiful places that you should visit when you are in Cape Town. For a wonderful experience contact us for more information on how we can make your stay pleasant whist in Cape Town.