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About The Charles Guest House

Perfectly positioned in the heart of De Waterkant Village, Cafe Charles is an intimate and charming boutique hotel. Inspired by traditional European City boutique hotels , The Charles has 11 rooms, 4 duplex cottages and a quaint cafe serving some of the best coffee and breakfast in the city. Our guests enjoy exclusive use of the roof decks overlooking the city as well as access to the tours and adventures desk to ensure you make the most of your stay..

Facilities

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Satellite TV*
  • Wi-Fi

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Xhosa (isiXhosa)
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

Rates are quoted per room per night in South African Rand and are inclusive of Value Added Tax at 15%. The above rates are inclusive of breakfast. Reservations are subject to terms and conditions at the time of making the booking and upon check-in. The above rates are applicable to residents of SADC countries only. Terms and Conditions for Peak... Rates are quoted per room per night in South African Rand and are inclusive of Value Added Tax at 15%. The above rates are inclusive of breakfast. Reservations are subject to terms and conditions at the time of making the booking and upon check-in. The above rates are applicable to residents of SADC countries only. Terms and Conditions for Peak Season or special events may vary. Village & Life reserves the right to alter or amend rates and rate periods at any time.

Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday 08h00 - 20h00
Sundays: 08h00 - 17h00

Housekeeping services not included. Refresh services and linen and towel change are available on request at an additional cost.


Child Policy and Third Adult Sharing

All children over the age of 8 years welcome. Children over the age of 8 years are considered adults. All rooms accommodate two adults only. Third person travelling must occupy their own room.
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Availability and pricing

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  • Classic Rooms Classic Rooms Sleeps 2 Includes: Room Only Rooms / Units: 4 Intimate rooms with en-suite bathrooms overlooking the charming courtyard or city.Breakfast can be purchased at an addit... see more Features:  Twin beds, King beds, Shower only, Mountain views, Television, Satellite TV see more Twin beds, King beds, Shower only, Mountain views, Television, Satellite TV, DVD player, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Safe, Hair Dryer
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      • Premier Rooms Premier Rooms Sleeps 2 Includes: Room Only Rooms / Units: 4 These spacious rooms fitted with open plan bathrooms and boast views of the De Waterkant neighbourhood.Breakfast can be... see more Features:  Twin beds, King beds, Mountain views, Television, Satellite TV, DVD player see more Twin beds, King beds, Mountain views, Television, Satellite TV, DVD player, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Safe, Hair Dryer
        from R1260 Room rate
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          Reviews for The Charles Guest House

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          Lindela Menziwa, South Africa
          28 September 2015

          Friendly Hosts, comfortable room, stunning views of the city from the decks, great location - close proximity to CBD, Sea Point, V&A Waterfront. Lovely breakfast from Village Café.

          Anonymous, South Africa
          03 November 2010

          We enjoyed the stay in the guest house. The place is situated in the right spot. It was easy for us to access any entertainment area. I can recommend the guest house to my friends.

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          The Charles Guest House is 0.3km from the centre of De Waterkant , the nearest airport 21km (Cape Town International Airport).
          *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling