Cape Cadogan

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Cape Cadogan

A warm welcome to Cape Cadogan! You are invited to make yourself completely at home while you are in The Mother City. The team is solely focused on YOU, and take pleasure in going the extra mile to make your stay an exceptional one.

  • Rooms
    15
  • Room Categories
    Standard Rooms, Luxury Rooms, Superior Luxury Suite
  • Food
    Breakfast

The Cape Cadogan is a stately double-storeyed Georgian and Victorian building that dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was originally a single story Georgian farmhouse which was 'Victorianised' in the later part of the century. A second floor was added by the owner, Mr Heinrich Becker, in 1912 using Ernst Seelinger - a renowned architect and builder of this era.

The granite garden wall still contains the original iron work from the old quarry at the top of Kloof Street, and was a wedding gift to Mr Becker. Suite 3 used to be the old wagonshed and stable, the entrance of which opened into King Street. The building was awarded national monument status in late 1984.

Each of the fifteen bedrooms has been individually decorated, marrying a touch of yesteryear with contemporary chic and bohemian influence. Choose between 7 Standard Rooms, 7 Luxury Rooms or the Superior Luxury Suite.
No two rooms are alike. Perhaps this is why many of the guests return time and again, in a quest to experience them all!

You have at your disposal the lounge and breakfast room, carefully considered to provide every creature comfort without sparing on the fine detail. What's your pleasure? A game of chess or cards, a book from our library, or perhaps lounging at the poolside? You may even choose to get in touch with the world from time to time, and are welcome to use our Wi-Fi from the comfort of your room or any of the public areas.