Villa Davarra

Accommodation Size | 5 Bedrooms
Grading
| 5 Star
Environment | Mountain Views, Sea Views, Within 1km of Beach, Within 1km of Restaurants
Suitability | Child Friendly
Security | Alarm
Facilities | Balcony, Braai/BBQ, Garden, Jacuzzi, Pool, Satellite Television

- House keeping service from Monday to Friday

This appealing Tuscan-style home makes a great choice for those seeking luxury vacation rental in Cape Town. This Cape Town Villa is located within easy walking distance of South Africa’s premier beach – 4th Beach Clifton. Close by are restaurants and cafes, and nearby Camps Bay and the City Bowl offer great nightlife venues.

The Villa backs onto a nature reserve set against the slopes of Lion’s Head.

The Villa comfortably accommodates 12 people, offering 6 stylish double bedrooms, 5 en-suite. Four of the bedrooms open out to patios or balconies. The bedrooms are set on 4 different levels, offering complete privacy to groups sharing the house.

There are two spacious general-use living areas, one leading out to a large balcony with a Jacuzzi where one can sip champagne while watching the sun set over the Atlantic. The second adjoining living area has a fireplace and leads onto the dining room and a state-of-the-art kitchen. The house is tastefully decorated throughout.

With 3 levels of balconies and a pool and barbeque area, the outdoor areas are ideal for entertainment and meetings while offering total privacy for sunbathing. A gym awaits the health-conscious. There is secure garaging for 3 cars as well as 5 outdoor parking bays ideally suited for multi-families or companies when several cars are in use.

A domestic cleaning service is on hand, providing fresh linen and towels. There is television including DSTV, in the living area and selected bedrooms. Security is a prime consideration with alarm systems as well as armed response services.

Villa Davarra is the perfect choice in luxury accommodation in Cape Town for large families, film crews and small-conference delegates.

SeasonsPer Night
16 Oct 2010- 14 Dec 2010R6800
15 Dec 2010 – 15 Jan 2011R12 045
16 Jan 2011 – 15 Apr 2011R6800
16 Apr 2011 – 30 Apr 2011R5800

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