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Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

We received an upgrade from the Junior Suite to the Deluxe Suite at no additional costs to us – all opinions are 100% my own

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse – Cape Town – A Review on the Deluxe Suite



Read my full Review of the luxurious Sunset-Loft Guesthouse, Cape Town in South-Africa and see why you need to add this beauty to your travel list

Not only the perfect vacation getaway spot in Cape Town, South-Africa !  The Guesthouse is also ideal when travelling on business and you only need a short stay.

A 15 minute drive will get you to the Cape Town city center, the very popular V & A Waterfront and of course to the stunning Table Mountain.


What can you expect at/around Sunset-Loft Guesthouse :

  •  Luxury, comfort and an extremely clean environment at very reasonable prices
  • Ellen is super friendly and will make sure to greet you, show you around, and the rest is up to you to enjoy your stay !
  • You will find every bit, and much more, at the Guesthouse which will truly make it a home away from home
  • All towels are supplied, bathroom as well as beach towels – no need to pack those
  • The area around Sunset-Loft are very safe and we actually walked around the neighborhood and to       the beach at night, which nowadays is a luxury in itself, no matter where you are from
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the Guesthouse and garden
  • Only a 2 minute walk to the clean Sunset Beach which is well known for kite-surfing and wave  surfing
  • Close to major Shopping Malls, Golf Courses, Wine Farms and so much more

CONTACT INFO FOR SUNSET-LOFT GUESTHOUSE :

  • Phone: Ellen: +27 74 80 28 739 | Georg: +34 6300 48500
  • Address: 2, Winkle Way, 7441 Sunset-Beach, Cape Town, SA

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More below each photo !

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The stairway from your very own private entrance (only one flight of stairs) .  I just love the Industrial Chic Architecture throughout the Guesthouse.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

A Close-Up of the art on the wall, reminding us to enjoy life, travel and live your dreams, because yes, life is short.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Just about all the stairs you need to climb, which is just right for someone like me.  I’m not a huge fan of climbing stairs.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The above photo shows the enormity of the Deluxe Suite, and this is only a portion of the Suite.  Above the Main Bedroom, with a very chic industrial roller door for extra privacy.

Those couches in the living room area are super comfortable and everything you need. From DSTV (Digital Satellite TV)  to a DVD player are supplied. (DVD’s as well !)

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

View from the main bedroom to the living room and the smaller patio just behind the windows.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The pool as seen from the smaller patio.  You can also see the second (bigger) patio of the Deluxe Suite which has a different entrance.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

I just love the architecture of the Guesthouse – look at those industrial runners with the lights – gorgeous ! Ok, I have a thing for this kind of Architecture !

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The entrance to the huge master bathroom is at the back, left, with not only frosted doors, but curtains as well.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

You can enter the bathroom to the left or the right – a hand basin on each side. And you can enter the walk-in shower from both sides as well.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Large hand basins on either side with plenty of storage. And the most amazing hand wash liquid is also supplied (just one more little detail which adds to the charm of Sunset-Loft).

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Huge walk-in shower with a wonderful rainforest-style shower.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The toilet is conveniently right at the back of the shower at the end of the bathroom.  Another guest toilet is in another part of the suite.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Big, open-plan Dining-Kitchen area – the Kitchen has actually been used in some television food shows!

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Fully equipped kitchen for those of us who like to do our cooking ourselves. I only do that on long stays however – should you need anything else, Ellen is always around !

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Visiting during the cooler months ? A big fireplace is situated just behind the Dining area, with wood and everything else you might need, supplied at no additional costs.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Above you can see the entrance to the larger patio. The Desk area for those of us working or just checking e-mails etc. And the door to an adjoining bedroom (optional extra) – to the far right is yet another entrance to a smaller sleeping area with a double sleeper couch.



Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The Desk area comes complete as you see above, a screen and all adapters you might need.



Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Out on the bigger patio, overlooking the pool and the garden.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

And of course a huge wood burning BBQ with everything you need – from the wood to the matches.



Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The sleeping area with a double sleeper couch and the guest toilet close by with yet another entrance to an adjoining room.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Table Mountain is of course one of the biggest attractions in Cape Town. The view from Sunset Beach is absolutely stunning – our first day was clear, high temperatures and almost no wind.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

The following day was cloudy, but nice, not cold at all.  The wind did pick up some though, but that is expected from Cape Town weather.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Robben Island, where one of our previous Presidents, Nelson Mandela, was incarcerated for 18 years of his 27 years of prison life. On a less cloudy day the Island can be seen better. In Cape Town city you will find the Robben Island ferry, which if you are interested, will take you on a tour to and around the prison.

Sunset-Loft Guesthouse Review (Cape Town)

Ending with a view of Table Mountain from Sunset Beach – just look at those clouds hanging right on top of the Mountain ! ps : Cable cars can take you up the Mountain where you can spend a few hours or a full day.

Thank you to Sunset-Loft, Ellen and Georg for exceeding our expectations by far ! This is one Guesthouse you have to put on your bucket list, whether you are from abroad or local.


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Read my full Review of the luxurious Sunset-Loft Guesthouse, Cape Town in South-Africa and see why you need to add this beauty to your travel list
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Peachy Adarne

Thursday 26th of May 2016

That is such a big place! I could imagine my family in that guesthouse and we'll surely have the time of our lives.

CourtneyLynne

Wednesday 25th of May 2016

Omg how fabulous is this place?!?! I would love to stay there.

Pehpot Pineda

Tuesday 24th of May 2016

This is a really nice place! The house is amazing and the beach is stunning! I'm sure you had a great time here.

Yellow Tennessee

Monday 23rd of May 2016

This looks amazing. I have always wanted to visit Cape Town and now I know where I want to stay!

Vidya Sudarsan

Monday 23rd of May 2016

I wouldn't mind a weekend in a loft like this. It looks totally amazing and the views are magnificent!

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