Leisure Accommodation De Noordhoek Hotel
De Noordhoek Hotel – Cape Country living near the beach at Noordhoek Farm Village
Situated at the southern end of Chapman’s Peak Drive, along the renowned Cape Point Route, De Noordhoek Boutique Hotel Cape Town offers excellent value and comfort to leisure and corporate travelers alike. 20 Double or twin rooms, tastefully decorated in warm earthy tones, offering superbly comfortable beds fitted with crisp white linen and brightly coloured cushions. The walls are adorned with art by local artists, depicting local scenes and activities. All rooms feature an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower, air-conditioning, hot beverage facilities, satellite TV, a high speed internet connection point and telephone service, hairdryer and laptop size electronic safe.
Of these 20 standard rooms, 4 rooms are fully accessible by wheelchair. These rooms have lower beds, lower mirrors, switches and cupboard fittings, as well as all necessary bathroom fittings and fixtures, including roll-in showers with shower-seats. These two sets of interleading rooms make travel for individuals in wheelchairs or the elderly and their carers and/or families a comfortable experience. These rooms are arguably the best appointed accessible rooms in the Cape, and look out onto a beautiful indigenous courtyard garden, punctuated with lemon trees and a fountain.
8 Rooms allow for 4 interleading pairs, ideal for families or parties travelling together.
In addition, De Noordhoek Boutique Hotel offers an intimate bar, a lounge with a roaring fire place for cosy atmosphere, a sunny breakfast room and 24 hour reception service. There is ample secure vehicle parking available for hotel residents, at no additional charge. Secure, lockable and undercover storage is available in the hotel basement for motor cycles, bicycles, trailers or a motor car or two, by prior arrangement – ideal for bicycle, motorcycle or classic car touring, and film crews.
De Noordhoek Boutique Hotel is the first hotel in Cape Town to employ solar heating for its hot water needs. Low energy lighting, water saving showers, separation of waste for recycling and general design efficiency all contribute to our responsible tourism ethic. The hotel garden, with the exception of four lemon trees, is indigenous and water wise. Dining tables have been manufactured utilising recycled timber by a local entrepreneur, and personnel employed are all from households within a 10km radius of the hotel.