Self-catering Share Cape Town´s Hidden Secrets Spot
Holiday accommodation in Cape Town is plentiful and any visitor either long or short term is spoiled for choice.
Whether they are after the sea breeze, the clean mountain air or the convenience of the suburbs there is a place in Cape Town to suit everybody. Self-catering in Cape Town is just as much fun as exploring the many world class restaurants and here’s why.
When travelling with a family a long day out exploring the city can be tiring, having to go out at the end of the day to look for a meal can add undue stress to what would otherwise have been an enjoyable day. self-catering accommodation in Cape Town, if chosen properly, can provide a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the tourist trail, a place to go at the end of the day where you can relax and feel at home. Cape Town cuisine is second to none and the restaurants are world class, however, one doesn’t want to feel pressured to find a place to eat out every night. There are some interesting and vibrant local markets that stock local produce. A day spent exploring one of these can be just as informative about local culture as taking a guided tour of the city. The Neighbourgoods Market in the historic suburb of Woodstock provides fresh local organic produce as well as a chance to mix with the colourful locals selling their wares. The Old Biscuit Mill in the same area is buzzing on Sunday mornings and as well as the abundance of cafes and restaurants you can also purchase fresh produce which you can then take back to your holiday accommodation in Cape Town, if it is self- catering. Cape Town offers more than just sights and tourist attractions.
There are numerous activities that are likely to take it out of you. From horse-back riding to mountain climbing, there is no shortage of physically exerting ways to experience this amazing city. It’s after these adventurous activities that self-catering accommodation really comes into its own. At the end of a long day whether with a family or on a romantic holiday with your significant other what could be more rewarding than retiring to your self-catering accommodation in Cape Town to sit and enjoy an evening in Africa on the balcony. A home cooked meal and a bottle of wine are sometimes just what is needed after a day spent being a tourist.
Cape Town has some of the best wines in the world to offer even the most discerning wine lover, unfortunately too often tourist focused restaurants will charge exorbitant prices for local wine in the belief that their clientele don’t know any better. By staying in self-catering Cape Town holiday accommodation you can visit one of the local supermarkets and buy a world class bottle of wine for literally a couple of pounds to enjoy in the privacy of the Cape Town holiday accommodation that you can call home.