House | 6 bedrooms | sleeps 14

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

This 6 bedroom villa is ideal for a large family, or group of friends. A combined villa + apartment totaling 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 swimming pools etc. Amazing sea & mountain views, entertainment, daily house keeping, free laundry etc. Highly recommended Camps Bay villa, at a realistic price.

This magnificent villa with wraparound views of the sea and mountain is the perfect family getaway, offering generous interiors with six bedrooms, five bathrooms and an open-plan living style that flows onto the aspect of its lush garden and pristine swimming pools.

Spacious balconies, large patio and a palm fringed lawn invite long, relaxed balmy days enjoyed in privacy and comfort outdoors, and hours of swimming in either of the 2 swimming pools, provide the much needed antidote to Cape Town’s long, hot summer days.

Contemporary finishes include travertine and granite, enhancing the interior spaces that seem to invite a different view of the magnificent Camps Bay backdrop from every angle. With 2 lounges, 2 kitchens, and 6 bedrooms, you won’t be short of space in which to relax, play, and enjoy the fine Cape at its best.

Atlantic Six is ideal for families who want to take the relaxed approach to travelling, as there is no need to step out the front door.

Everything from the latest home entertainment technology to wireless connectivity, state of the art security, air conditioning and a daily cleaning service ensure a premium, magical and affordable Cape Town holiday.

Daily servicing included, Free WiFi, Full DSTV bouquet, and more!

*Note, Atlantic Six comprises of the 4 bedroom villa Atlantic Pearl, and the 2 bedroom apartment Ingleside apartment

Enquire now for this, or one of our other fantastic self catering villas in Camps Bay. Fast friendly service, based in Cape Town, Lowest rates guaranteed!

Size Sleeps up to 14, 6 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 6 bedrooms
Furniture
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Western Cape region

The Western Cape is a province in the south west of South Africa. The capital is Cape Town. Prior to 1994, the region that now forms the Western Cape was part of the much larger (and now defunct) Cape Province. Prior to the formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910, it was called the Cape Colony

The Western Cape is roughly L-shaped, extending north and east from the Cape of Good Hope, the southwestern corner of South Africa. It stretches about 400 kilometres (250 mi) northwards along the Atlantic coast and about 500 kilometres (300 mi) eastwards along the Indian Ocean coast. It is bordered on the north by the Northern Cape and on the east by the Eastern Cape. The total land area of the province is 129,462 square kilometres (49,986 sq mi),[6] about 10.6% of the country’s total. It is roughly the size of England or the US state of Louisiana.

The Breede, Berg and Olifants Rivers are major rivers of the province. The capital is Cape Town and other major cities include Stellenbosch, Worcester, Paarl, and George. The Garden Route and the Overberg are popular coastal tourism areas.

The Western Cape is exceptionally topographically diverse. Most of the province falls within the Cape Fold Belt, a range of sandstone folded mountains of Permian to Carboniferous age that range in height from 1000m to 2300m. The valleys between ranges are generally very fertile and contains alluvial loamy to clay soils. The far interior forms part of the Karoo Basin and is generally arid and hilly with a sharp escarpment in the north. Coastal areas range from sandy between capes, to rocky to steep and mountainous in places. The Western Cape is also the southernmost region of the African continent with Cape Agulhas as its southernmost point, only 3800 km from the Antarctic coastline.

Vegetation is also extremely diverse, with one of the world's seven floral kingdoms almost exclusively endemic to the province, namely the Cape Floral Kingdom, most of which is covered by Fynbos (Afrikaans: Fine Bush). It is extremely rich in species diversity, with more plant species occurring on Table Mountain than the entire United Kingdom. It is characterised by various types of shrubs, thousands of flowering plant species and some small trees.

The arid interior is dominated by Karoo drought-resistant shrubbery. The West Coast and Little Karoo are semi-arid regions and are typified by many species of succulents and drought-resistant shrubs and acacia trees. The Garden Route is extremely lush, with temperate rainforest (or Afromontane Forest) covering many areas adjacent to the coast and along the mountain ranges. Typical species are hardwoods of exceptional height, such as Yellowwood, Stinkwood and Ironwood trees.

Cape Town

Imagine a long, gorgeous white beach at the edge of beautiful turquoise ocean waters. Now turn around and see the swaying palm trees, the spectacular vegetation and some of the best views you have ever seen before. If you can imagine this, then you know what a visit to Camps Bay will be like.

One of the trendiest and most popular areas near Cape Town, the atmosphere is much like the south of France, and rivals its beauty.

The beach, and village areas are very popular on hot summer days. Camps Bay village is lined with cafes, bars, restaurants and trendy shops, sure to keep any avid traveler busy for days. You’ll find it impossible not to stop at this spectacular bay for a sunset cocktail, or just to watch the African skies above.

Behind this festive scenery sit the rocky Twelve Apostle Mountains. For the best view, try one of the many luxury hotels and guest houses on the slopes of the mountain. Each offers its own unique, spectacular views of the sprawling ocean and sunsets.