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As our guest, you get to relax in the lap of luxury with a dedicated host, daily servicing, and free Wi-Fi. To experience our award-winning service, book your luxury self-catering accommodation in Cape Town with Nox Rentals today. Feel free to call us on +27 21 201 1217 if you need assistance.
If you are in need of a holiday to remember, book your holiday accommodation in Cape Town with Nox Rentals, the largest property manager in the Camps Bay area. Guests can choose from a large variety of self-catering rentals on the Atlantic Seaboard, from studios to 7-bedroom luxury homes.
You can select your upmarket holiday accommodation from a range of exclusive sea view properties in Atlantic Seaboard suburbs such as Bantry Bay, Camps Bay, Clifton, and Llandudno.
Perhaps you would prefer a position where you are close to the action and nightlife. Opt for the trendy Fresnaye, happening Sea Point or Mouille Point, the Waterclub and V&A Waterfront Marina.
If you like to stay in the thick of things, the city centre or De Waterkant are good options. Holidaymakers who want a more rural seaside experience, privacy and a garden, will delight in the villas available in Hout Bay.
Nox Rentals offers a portfolio of upmarket holiday accommodation. We segment our self-catering holiday rentals in Cape Town not only by the areas where you would like to stay but also to the number of rooms and level of luxury you require in your rental apartment or luxury villa.
We, therefore, list properties with a star grading to help you choose the level of luxury important to you. Whether you require 4-star accommodation or 5-star accommodation, we recommend a rental property that is perfect for your needs.
Properties available in our books range from studio apartments to rentals offering 1 bedroom accommodation up to villas with 7 bedroom accommodation.
Browse through Nox Rentals' exclusive self-catering accommodation listings to find your perfect holiday rental in Cape Town. If you need advice or peace of mind about a property you consider renting, our friendly consultants are available seven days a week to discuss your needs or set your mind at ease about the facilities found in each luxury rental property in our portfolio.
If you would like to be near the action, bars and activities, consider Cape Town accommodation in areas such as the City Centre, De Waterkant, The Waterclub and the V&A Waterfront. You will not be disappointed with luxury rentals available to suit your needs. Cape Town self-catering apartments often offer wonderful views of the ocean or mountain and are often close to South Africa’s top attractions in the Mother City.
If you require luxury Cape Town accommodation near the sea, you will find your perfect spot for relaxation in one of the Atlantic seaboard suburbs such as Fresnaye, Mouille Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay. Luxury beachfront accommodation is available in the form of expansive villas offering privacy, views, and private pools - all luxuriously packaged in an apartment or villa close to the beach.
In the Cape Town suburb Hout Bay, rural does not necessarily mean rustic. You will find luxury self-catering accommodation where you and your family can sprawl out while enjoying large private spaces, a garden, pool, kitchen, lounge and living areas expanding to offer 4 bedroom accommodation.
If you are travelling alone or as a couple, you may only need a studio or 1 bedroom accommodation. This does not mean you are not looking for luxury and space. Luxury self-catering apartment rentals offering anything from 1 bedroom accommodation are available in positions such as the City Centre, De Waterkant, the Waterclub and V&A Waterfront. If you want to be close to restaurants and bars, Mouille Point and Sea Point offer great rental accommodation options.
When travelling with another couple or with a child, 2 bedroom accommodation or bigger can be found either in an upmarket rental apartment in the City Centre or luxurious beachfront accommodation in a beach bungalow in Clifton. You choose the level of luxury and best position for a pleasing stay.
Upmarket rental apartments in Cape Town and the Atlantic seaboard come in all shapes and sizes and you will find suitable 3 bedroom accommodation to cater for you and your accompanying guests.
Expansive luxury self-catering accommodation can present itself in the form of a large rental apartment either with kitchen, pool and sea or mountain views or as a luxury villa with a garden and view of the beach.
Extended families will delight in the choice of Cape Town holiday rentals that offer 5 bedroom accommodation in all the best areas.
Larger groups will find a luxury villa that ticks all the boxes, including 6 bedroom accommodation en-suite, to suit their rental needs.
Guests travelling with an entourage require discreet luxury accommodation for the entire party. Look forward to finding luxury Atlantic Seaboard accommodation with views to boot.
Whatever your dream holiday entails – alone with your loved one or as part of a crowd, a fun seaside finds or a spot with some views, from an upmarket apartment to a luxurious villa - Nox Rentals has the self-catering accommodation in Cape Town where you will enjoy the time of your life.
Contact us today on +27 21 201 1217 to discuss your requirements for holiday accommodation in Cape Town.
Nox Rentals have found that our guests are typically families who appreciate the finer things in life and demand luxury accommodation for their Cape Town holidays.
Local visitors from the main centres such as Johannesburg and Pretoria, and KwaZulu-Natal, Port Elizabeth and East London and the Garden Route often enjoy a taste of Cape Town’s self-catering holiday accommodation, not to mention uninterrupted views.
International visitors from countries such as Great Britain, the United States, Australia, Germany and other European countries revel in everything Cape Town has to offer, including Table Mountain views and the interesting mountain perspectives from suburbs such as Sea Point, Mouille Point and Fresnaye.
While our guests are mostly families on holiday together, we also often host couples and business travellers in our luxury accommodation.
Generally, we recommend a minimum of a weeklong holiday in Cape Town. There is so much to see and do. However, we do also gladly accommodate guests who are just looking for a weekend retreat. Typically, these guests may reside elsewhere in the Western Cape and have a function or celebration to attend in Cape Town. Easy lock up and go luxury apartments are perfect for their needs and they are always pleased with the secure parking when staying in the city.
Some of our guests stay for two to three weeks and enjoy a long relaxing holiday with the family. They really make the most of everything to see and do in and around Cape Town, including visiting the nearby Cape Winelands and the West Coast.
Nox Rentals’ luxury fully-furnished villas can accommodate guests who are, for instance, building or renovating and require a hassle-free, furnished family villa for a month or two while completing the work at their own homes.
However long you want to stay in our self-catering Cape Town accommodation, Nox Rentals will do everything in our power to ensure you have a fabulous stay and that you return for more.
Cape Town is a city that offers so much to visitors. It has been blessed with incredible natural beauty – Table Mountain is a beacon that can be admired from near and far. It offsets perfectly against the deep blue Atlantic Ocean, which laps ashore on white sandy beaches and rocky sandstone outcrops.
In addition to what Mother Nature has gifted the Mother City, central Cape Town is a vibey, cosmopolitan city that compares well with world cities such as Berlin and Melbourne.
There is always something to do in Cape Town and, day or night, you will always find a cup of coffee at any of a number of city institutions, or a drink at one of its popular bars. It is known in South Africa for its large variety of top-class restaurants and it is a mere 45-minute drive from Franschhoek, the gourmet capital of the country.
Cape Town central offers a lively club scene and a happening art community. Tourists can experience and purchase anything from African arts and crafts to highly sought-after pieces by renowned artists. Shoppers are spoilt for choice with the pick of the country's interior design outlets, clothing designers, diamond and gold jewellery and really, anything their hearts desire.
Whether taking a dip in the cold sea during your sunbathing session or swimming in one of the four sparkling pools available to you at the Sea Point Pavilion Swimming Pool, Cape Town's summer weather ensures that swimming is a popular activity. Most luxury accommodation features private swimming pools where you can cool off, day or night.
This popular water sport can see you riding the waves in Muizenberg or exploring the waters off Camps Bay beach. Seasoned surfers may be tempted to take on Dungeons, but beware; you need to be prepared and well versed in the skill of surfing to survive the crashing waves.
Cape Town is known for its South Easter wind. This has made kite surfing so popular. Head towards Bloubergstrand for the top kitesurfing spots.
Sunbathing is high on the list of any relaxing traveller. Soak up the sun anywhere on Cape Town's blue-flag beaches or at any of a number of sidewalk cafes this summer.
The magnificent Table Mountain Range lends itself to hiking in nature. Hiking enthusiasts can get hold of a Table Mountain hiking map and explore the beautiful mountain from up close. No matter your level of hiking fitness, there will be a Table Mountain route suited to you.
What goes up must come down and some people prefer abseiling! Table Mountain has numerous abseiling opportunities for adventure seekers.
Take to the trails and get to know Cape Town and its natural surrounds intimately. Trail running has grown into a popular activity and every weekend sees a well-organised race take place within an easy to reach 80km radius from Cape Town.
As popular as trail running, mountain bikers are spoilt for choice and have the opportunity to discover spectacular landscape while working up a sweat.
Who has not dreamt of galloping on horseback on a white stretch of sandy beach? Make your dream come true by contacting one of a number of horse trail operators in the Western Cape.
There simply is so much to see in Cape Town. Discover the gems offered in each of this city's suburbs. Whether it is the noon gun on Signal Hill or the statue of the Navy dog Just Nuisance in Simon's Town, the city and its surroundings are packed with sights you simply have to see.
Who doesn't love browsing around a market to see what is on offer? Cape Town offers various arts and crafts markets. Numerous food, wine craft beer and gin markets also regularly pop up, adding enjoyable variety to the market scene.
There is no shortage of shopping opportunities in the Mother City. Designer clothing to interior arts, jewellery to accessories, you can shop until you drop in Cape Town.
Cape Town has many stunning roads to travel, but Chapman's Peak is probably the most famous. This winding coastal road takes you from Hout Bay to Noordhoek. Take note, its treacherous mountain position results in it frequently being closed for repairs. Also from Hout Bay, you can access the shady Southern Cross drive, which is beautiful for the glimpse it offers over False Bay.
Ou Kaapseweg takes you right over the mountain at Steenberg towards Noordhoek and also offers spectacular views and lookout points. Boyes Drive at the top of Kalk Bay is a worthwhile drive, especially during whale season when one can see whales frolicking in the bay from the high vantage point.
Condé Nast Traveler's Best Food Cities in the World recently voted Cape Town in the number one position. With so many amazing eateries and restaurants to choose from, you can name it and have it for dinner in the Mother City.
Cape Town has so many new and established restaurants to choose from and some of them are in the most spectacular settings. The Cape Winelands offer stunning country restaurants on wineries and the gourmet capital Franschhoek has many award-winning restaurants on offer.
Going for drinks
You will always find an open bar in Cape Town. Whether you want to taste beer early in the morning or get to know some of the local craft gins on offer at noon, Cape Town offers many watering holes where you will get a good idea of the vastly creative alcoholic range.
Cocktails when the sun sets do not get any better than at Camps Bay's sidewalk cafes. Head there to enjoy the palm-lined Victoria Road and the wide Atlantic Ocean views. Drink on your health with your friends as the disappearing orange cap of the sun makes it last flash before disappearing beyond the blue water.
Cape Town’s wine culture is well established and some of the most historic and also, some of the most modern wineries can be found right near Cape Town in the southern suburb of Constantia. Wine tasting is a fun activity where you get to taste sample-sized glasses of wine. Wine tasting is also available at most of the wine producers in the Cape Winelands.
Visiting art galleries
Cape Town’s incredible new Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa recently opened its doors (September 2017) in the trendy Silo District of the V&A Waterfront. The city also features First Thursdays, a free cultural experience in which art galleries and other cultural attractions around the city remain open late on the first Thursday of the month. Participants are encouraged to explore the city on foot and to browse, eat and drink while enjoying some time out.
Popping into the local museums
The Iziko South African Museum is a must on any holiday itinerary, especially for holidaymakers with children who will not only love the stuffed birds and animals on display but also the walk to the museum that takes one through the Company’s Gardens with its friendly squirrels. Other museums of interest in the Mother City include the Castle of Good Hope, the District Six museum, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Diamond Museum, the South African Maritime Museum, Cape Town Science Centre and more.
Experiencing the Iziko planetarium
Visitors can also get close to the cosmos during a visit to the revamped Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome, which offers innovative 3D edutainment and a unique experience to visitors.
Marvelling at the Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium, situated at the V&A Waterfront, offers a glimpse into the incredible diversity of sea life in the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Feeding times showcase the sea animals' behaviour patterns. The sea creatures' fluent aquatic movements provide a soothing experience for everyone.
Meeting the African penguins
While the Two Oceans Aquarium has a Penguin Exhibit where you can twice daily witness their feeding habits, there is nothing like going to Boulders' Beach near Simons Town and watching the African penguins nesting and going about their daily life in their natural environment.
Summertime sees Sunset Concerts held at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden on Sunday early evenings, from late November to early April. Do not miss the line-up of the best local artists and enjoy a picnic on the beautiful lawn offset against the shoulder of Table Mountain. Come early to enjoy the beautiful diversity of plant life on show.
Visiting Robben Island
This iconic little island just off the mainland of Cape Town carries memories of the past struggle, which has resulted in the freedom all South Africans enjoy in this democratic country today. Take a ferry and visit the island to experience the symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity.
Browse our exclusive luxury villa collection below and send a booking request to reservations when you find a suitable property that you'd like to book. Alternatively, contact us today on +27 21 201 1217 to discuss your holiday rental requirements for your family's upcoming holiday in Cape Town.
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