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Historical Property Boom

As a result of the meeting no homes or beachfront property may be developed over three storeys in Camps Bay.

Modern History of Camps Bay

Even with the new road and the hotel with its skittles and pigeons, there were still very few residents to take advantage of the area once the carts containing groups of holiday makers and picknickers had vanished from the summer sun. The only permanent resident was Captain William W. Glendinning who owned “a vast tract […]

Introduction to the History of Camps Bay

In 1807 Lord Charles Somerset, based in the Cape was to use abuilding known as the “Round House” in Camps Bay as his hunting lodge.