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The Cape Heritage Hotel forms an integral part of Heritage Square; a group of late 18th century Dutch-style buildings that have been sympathetically restored to their former glory. The interior is set off by high beamed teak ceilings, burnished hardwood and yellowwood floors and the beautifully exposed original wall finishes give a taste of its original flavour. The hotel opens out onto a courtyard which houses the oldest living grapevine in South Africa, around which meals can be enjoyed al fresco in either the courtyard, or one of the six vibrant restaurants in Heritage Square.
Each of the fifteen air conditioned bedrooms is designed to retain the original architectural style with sash windows, high beamed teak ceilings and the original plasterwork preserved to showcase the original workmanship. All are en suite and include satellite TV and DVD players, a safe and a fully stocked minibar.
The hotel is surrounded by independent restaurants, each offering something unique…
Caveau - A lively restaurant, specialising in excellent wines, cheese, hams and a fresh daily menu.
Porcini - Informal Italian eaten al fresco in the courtyard.
Savoy Cabbage - Serves a fusion of international cuisine.
Simply Asia - Asian food at its exotic best!
Africa Café - Specialising in delicious African dishes.
Caveau Deli - The perfect lunch location.
The square is located in the middle of the city centre, so there are plenty of other restaurants within walking distance. The Cape Heritage Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore Cape Town’s varied nightlife, and the nearby Victoria and Albert Waterfront.