Site Map

Magnificent Accommodation - In Paradise At The End Of Africa



About Our Leisure Bay Accommodation 

Views & Facts of Complex & Units

Views of Cape Town and Surrounding Areas

Some Facts About Cape Town

Some More Photos of the Area


Kindly note that some of these pages have large graphics and may load rather slowly.



Below are some useful links to help you discover more about Cape Town and surrounding areas:


 Shadeports- Carports

You can get some shadeports and carports here at factory-direct prices. 


Looking for years and years of building experience - click this link.


About Our Leisure Bay Accommodation


Leisure Bay (Lagoon Beach) - stunning views of Cape Town towards Table Mountain, brilliant beaches, and great accommodation, very convenient to the city and surrounds.

Please browse through our site to get an idea of all the benefits you'll get - FOR FAR LESS MONEY THAN ANY HOTEL.

Staying in the Lagoon Beach area (Leisure Bay) means you are in close proximity to a number of excellent beaches as well as being on the doorstep of the West Coast and its attractions. 

The Milnerton beaches, with their famous view towards Table Mountain, are extremely popular with watersports enthusiasts - particularly kite-and windsurfers.

The private apartment is part of a 4-star hotel complex, which is situated:

  • 25 minutes from Cape Town International Airport

  • 15 minutes from the city centre

  • 10 minutes from the V & A Waterfront

  • 10 minutes from the famous Canal Walk Shopping Centre

  • Very quick and easy access to all major Cape highways.

Here's where we are














The complex is secure with:

  • 24 hour access control

  • patrolling guards

  • two swimming pools

  • a cocktail bar

  • a restuarant

  • poolside service, and 

  • a laundry facility.

< return to top

Give us a call to book some magnificent accommodation for your next holiday

Tel: (011) 822 1900             Cell: 082 441 2868            Fax: (011) 822 1904


Copyright © TopSpot Websites: All Rights Reserved. 2004.

Best viewed at 800x600 pixels with Internet Explorer 5.5 - text size medium