About Self-Catering Accommodation in Bloubergstrand
Situated roughly a half hour's drive away from Cape Town is the main Beach of Bloubergstrand, situated along central Marine Drive, with easy access to the main highways.
Talk about convenience, your a stone's throw away from the soft sandy beaches and within walking distance of a variety of tantalising restaurants and exciting activities.
Our self-catering accommodation offers all the facilities and mod cons expected from top-rated accommodation establishments, and at a fraction of the price. Guests enjoy a secure parking bay with control access. Our Blouberg self-catering accommodation provides the ultimate in comfort and homeliness. A huge flat-screen TV and DSTV with selected channels. The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious lounge area with comfortable furnishing and a balcony/terrace.
The flat is serviced from Monday to Friday and linen is changed every few days, or as often as you need for a small extra fee.
The wider Blouberg region is an area which includes suburbs such as Parklands North, Sunningdale, Waves Edge, Parklands, West Beach, Blouberg Rise, Bloubergstrand, Bloubergrant, Big Bay, Flamingo Vlei, Table View, Parklands East, Sagewood, Sandown, Sunridge, Table View, West Riding, and Blouberg Sands.
A Brief History
Due to the fact that Cape Town is, in fact, the mother city of South Africa, history within the region is interesting, harrowing and diverse. The books read that the town was first established for very different reasons from what it is used for today. There was a shipwreck not far from where the Table View area is located today and the location was used to build a shelter for the crew of the Nieuwe Haarlem which was a vessel that belonged to the Dutch East India Company. No crew was injured and the cargo was seen to be unharmed, however, its deemed that this very moment was the beginning of Europeans inhabiting the Cape area and would later shape the undeniable European influence in Cape Town and the whole of the Western Cape.
"Harry die Strandloper", or Hadah, was the leader of the Goringhaikonas, who were the first people documented to live in Blouberg. Because of Hadah's entrusted duties to deliver letters to the British seafaring community, he became the first postmaster in South Africa.
In 1806, the first casualties of the Battle of Blaauwberg drowned when their boat was driven by the large surf into the rocky point at the end of Stadler road and it capsized. The invading British forces went on to defeat the defending Dutch forces and subsequently occupied the whole of the Cape Colony. This was an initial step in the major colonisation that took place throughout southern Africa.
Table View has world-class infrastructure that services not just the West Coast but also other prominent parts of Cape Town as well. The area is also easily accessible from the civic centre of the mother city via the extensive MyCiti bus service who has a direct link from Cape Town to Table View. Some of the roads that connect Table View with the rest of Cape Town include Link Road, Gill Road, Blaauwberg Road, North Road, West Coast Road, Otto Du Plessis Drive and Raats Drive.
Table View also has an abundance of worthwhile medical facilities as well, which include the Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital, which is a is a multi-disciplinary facility, situated off the R27 in Sunningdale. This state-of-the-art hospital has been designed to offer a warm and inviting people-centred environment which aids in the recovery of patients. Other Facilities include Medicross Table View, Table View Public Clinic, Dentalwise Table View, Table View Animal Hospital and grooming parlour, Table View addiction and psychiatric clinic and the Intercare Century City Day Hospital.
Key Distances & Travel Times
Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital is a multi-disciplinary facility, situated off the R27 in Sunningdale. This state-of-the-art hospital has been designed to offer a warm and inviting people-centred environment which aids in the recovery of patients.
Distance from key points (Airport/CBD)
Another favourable aspect of living in Table View is that it's far away enough to offer tranquility from bustling city streets but also close enough to enjoy those same bustling streets. If one wants to travel to the central areas of Cape Town it is believed to take 31 minutes and is 17.0km in distance. If one wishes to travel from Table View to the world-class Cape Town International Airport it is stated that it will take roughly 20 minutes and is 19.3km in distance.