The accommodation in Hout Bay is usually self-catering and classically sizable homes. Most overlooking the bay and all it has to offer. With an endless assortment of restaurants, activities, and extremely favorable views, it is easy to see why Hout Bay has flourished into the popular tourist destination it is today. Book your self-catering holiday accommodation in Hout Bay for a unique vacation experience. Hout Bay is a beautiful and sometimes underappreciated coastal village between Constantia and Llandudno. The town features its own local beach, harbour, bird sanctuary and some fantastic restaurants. Hout Bay is home to some very beautiful holiday homes, luxury villas and apartments. Our personal favorite is “The Village Apartments” which are situated on Hout Bay’s Beach Road. The block has direct access to the beach, a communal saltwater pool and is within walking distance to the best shops and restaurants in Hout Bay. Browse our luxurious portfolio of Hout Bay holiday rentals or contact us directly for personalized assistance. Reserve, Book and Secure your self-catering holiday accommodation through us today, we Price Beat.
As you travel South along the coastal road, past Camps Bay, Bakoven and Llandudno you reach what the more ‘patriotic’ locals like to call ‘the Republic of Hout Bay.’ This picturesque community over the mountain was founded in the 1670s amongst what was then a very lush and green coastline. Contrasting to the pristine stretch of white sandy beach, the remnants of this are still clear by looking at the surrounding forests and woodland areas. This is a place that offers endless things to do for families and groups who are looking for an activity filled holiday.
The beach, with its placid water and protected nature it is ideal for sunbathing, swimming, scuba diving and an array of other watersports. Take a walk down to the working harbour and be mesmerised by the ongoings of the fishermen bringing in their haul. Watch the seals weave between the boats and if you get there on the right day, watch the show as the fishermen feed them. If you are peckish yourself, Snoekies should be your next stop, a local favourite. The English like to boast about theirs being the best, but nothing beats the fish and chips you will find here. The atmosphere and friendliness that comes with it also make it that much better. Across the lot, you will find the Harbour Bay market. A weekly setup, that boasts arts and crafts from the local community as well as tasty treats to satisfy your every craving. A must see while in this little corner of paradise. Hout Bay is a central point to start exploring if you want to see more than just Cape Town. With Kommetjie and Noordhoek just over the scenic Chapmans Peak Drive or over Constantia Neck towards the Kirstenbosch Gardens and some of the best vineyards around. If you want the best of mountain and sea, Hout Bay is the place to be.
Renting a car is a great idea if you’re on holiday and want to explore Cape Town’s many attractions, from Hout Bay it is about a 15-minute drive to the Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches and about a 5-minute drive to Constantia. Both drives feature beautiful scenic routes that all must see. Hout Bay boasts many different security estates with expensive real-estate, the estates are very well maintained and offer many luxuries and beauty of the environment. Most of the holiday homes offer spectacular sea and mountain views and must be seen to be believed.