Cape Hotels markets its array of properties in and around South Africa in our annual brochures. The brochures include contact details, physical addresses and website links for each respective property.
Our brochures include office details and contact information for Cape Hotels should you need additional property information, or if you would like to inquire about being included in our portfolio.
Western Cape, South Africa
Explore the beautiful Western Cape of South Africa, offering beautiful accommodation along the coast of the Indian and Atlantic oceans as well as breathtaking inland destinations. The Western Cape is well-known for the famous Table Mountain monument found in Cape Town, as well as the popular wine routes through Stellenbosch, Wellington and Franschhoek.
|Azamare Luxury Guesthouse||Camps Bay|
|Buffelsdrift Game Lodge||Oudtshoorn|
|Christiana Lodge||Plettenberg Bay|
|Evergreen Manor & Spa||Stellenbosch|
|Montagu Country Hotel||Montagu|
|Moonglow Guesthouse||Simon's Town|
|Mountain Manor Guesthouse||Cape Town|
|Oyster Creek Lodge||Knysna|
|Rickety Bridge Country Estate||Franschhoek|
|Schulphoek Seafront Guesthouse||Hermanus|
|Val du Charron||Wellington|
|Orange Grove Farm||Robertson|
Eastern Cape, South Africa
The Eastern Cape of South Africa is also referred to as South Africa's "wild" province. The Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape is an unspoiled treasure; it offers incredible views of the dramatic coastline, jagged cliffs, sheltered bays, wild beaches and rolling hills and valleys. This is a hikers' paradise and can also be enjoyed on horseback. We offer a range of coastal and inland accommodation options to suite your holiday expectations.
|Cape St Francis Resort||Cape St Francis|
|Cosmos Cuisine Guesthouse||Sunland|
|Humewood Hotel||Port Elizabeth|
|Sibuya Game Lodge||Kenton-on-Sea|
|Thatchwood Country Lodge||St Francis Bay|
|Tsitsikamma Village Inn||Storms River|
Northern Cape, South Africa
The Northern Cape of South Africa is the largest of South Africa's provinces, and is known and loved for the open spaces and unique vegetation this province boasts. Some of the most popular destinations is the Augrabies Falls, where travellers watch in awe as the water thunders down the gorge. Other highlights include the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, famous for its lions, as well as the SA Astronomical Observatory in Sutherland.
|Dundi Lodge||Augrabies Falls|
|Okiep Country Hotel||Springbok|
Gauteng, South Africa
The bustling city of Gauteng is a hub of activity for all tastes and all ages. This province is home to attractions such as the Cradle of Human Kind, Gold Reef City, the Apartheid Museum and the Johannesburg Zoo.
KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
There is something for everyone in the beautiful province of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. This is South Africa's smallest province and offers visitors a mix of scenic cultural attractions, popular beaches, historic battlefields and bushveld reserves.
|Canelands Beach Club & Spa||Salt Rock|
The N/a'an ku sê Foundation in Namibia believes in "conservation through innovation". They invite you to experience the beauty of Namibia from one of the four lodges on their reserve, each beautiful and unique. With a range of enjoyable activities available, including carnivore feeding tours, and cheetah walks, you are sure to enjoy an unforgettable African holiday.
|Kanaan N/a'an ku sê Desert Retreat||Windhoek|
|N/a'an ku sê Lodge & Wildlife Sactuary||Windhoek|
|N/a'an ku sê Neuras Wine & Wildlife Estate||Windhoek|
|The Utopia Boutique Hotel||Windhoek|
Although a small, landlocked monarchy in Southern Africa, this friendly country invites you to experience its wilderness and conservation reserves, traditional festivals and big 5 safaris.