Ty-Bach Cottage Newlands Village
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 4 Guests
This beautifully appointed cottage in the heart of leafy Newlands Village is the perfect retreat for visitors to Cape Town. Away from the maddening crowds, yet walking distance to over 20 restaurants, pubs and Newlands Forest. Centrally located, Cavendish Square & Kirstenbosch Gardens are 1 km away and connecting roads to all of Cape Town are at your doorstep. The newly renovated interior is modern & comfortable and lends itself to a wonderful experience of indoor/ outdoor entertaining.
Brand new bespoke interiors with indoor fireplace for cosy winter evenings and an outdoor Al Fresco dining area with tranquil fountain and barbecue facility for lazy summer days.
Fresh, quality linen on all beds will make for a great night’s sleep. The kitchen is fully equipped to cook up a lovely meal, which can be enjoyed inside or outside. Laundry facilities are in a separate outside area. Safe lock up and go living. Secure Parking garage on...
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This highly sort after premium Cape neighbourhood is in high demand from locals and internationals alike. Leafy, green and quiet, yet close to all Cape Town has to offer. A great place to relax ,away from the maddening summer crowds, perfect for all business trips and sport tours as well as a place to investigate schools and university options for the family. Local living at its best! Great stop over for mountain bikers, Two Ocean runners and nature lovers, shoppers, foodies and wine lovers! About Newlands Forest Newlands Forest is well loved by locals. The green, peaceful space in Cape Town is all that remains of former dense, indigenous forest covering much of the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Back then the forest served as part of the migratory path of the Khoi. Today it’s where people meet to walk their dogs, stroll or trail run the myriad paths on the mountainside. From its majestic Josephine Mill Museum and Brewery Tours that take you back in time, to its trendy Dean Street corridor, Newlands will satisfy anyone from hipsters to history buffs. Although it’s tucked away in a quiet pocket between Rondebosch and Claremont, the largely-residential suburb of Newlands in Cape Town, is hardly sleepy. Newlands is famous for many things besides its quaint Victorian cottages and winding back lanes: renowned sports stadia, landmark hotels, excellent restaurants, superlative schools such as SACS and Westerford, gourmet food shops, significant national monuments, a design centre, and a natural spring whose ever-flowing waters defy the ongoing drought in the Western Cape. Trivia aside, here are some of the not-to-miss aspects of Newlands The Montebello Design Centre on Newlands Avenue is another must-visit destination for lovers of creativity. This collection of 25 painters’ studios, potter’s workshops and craft shops – huddled together in a fine example of period architecture - is a beacon for devotes of art, craft and design. The charming Gardener’s Cottage restaurant hunkers down below giant trees and overlooks a verdant nursery that spreads out around a historic Greenhouse. The Rugby and Cricket Stadiums As for sport, why watch on the big screen when you can see your team play live at Newlands Cricket Stadium? The PPC Newlands Cricket Stadium is said to have the loveliest batting pitch in the world thanks to the majestic backdrop of Newlands Ravine and Kirstenbosch. The Newlands Brewery, one of the oldest commercial beer breweries in South Africa. The #beerexperience will take you on a tour through all things malt and hops. Compare old favourites with new-fangled craft brews. The Josephine Mill Museum is open to visitors by appointment, but you don’t need to go inside the museum to appreciate the building. Astonishing for its industrial revolution architecture and a water wheel that still functions, the on-site restaurant is set on the banks of the gently burbling Liesbeek River. The artisinal ice-cream parlours A mecca for foodies, Newlands can brag that is has not one but three artisanal ice-cream parlours. The Creamery’s ices are rich and decadent, and the choice selection is distinguished by an ever-changing Flavour of the Month. Gelato Mania, in close proximity, has a name that says it all for those who are crazy about Italian-style frozen confectionary. Le Delizie is run by a friendly Italian couple who have made Newlands their home. Massimo is a third-generation gelato maker and confectioner who - besides noteworthy flavours of ice-cream such as Crèma della Nonna - conjures up an irresistible range of handcrafted chocolates using ultra ingredients such as hazelnuts imported from the Piedmont region of Italy. Dean Street and surrounds are peppered with a score of upmarket eateries and a trendy smattering of smoothie bars and the Botanical Gin bar!
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Payment and Cancellation - 30 Day Policy
- Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation request, and (2) reservation request was made 11 days before arrival.
- 30 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
- More than 30 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 30 days prior to arrival.
- For guests paying with points: 100% of payment will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.
- 30 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
- More than 30 days before arrival: 100% refund.