The Clarendon Fresnaye

Nestled between the slopes of Lions Head and the spectacular blue waters below, the 4 star The Clarendon Fresnaye rests in the idyllic suburb of Fresnaye in Cape Town. Steeped in history The Clarendon harbours an interesting past having once been owned by the governor of The Cape and also the Earl of Clarendon.

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This city boutique hotel offers views of Atlantic Ocean with rich green lawns and sparkling swimming pools. The 8 standard, 5 superior rooms and 2 family suites either overlook the lush gardens, towering mountain or immaculate sea views. The rooms are light and spacious with en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi connectivity, digital safes, air conditioning, mini bars, flat screen satellite televisions and coffee and tea making facilities.

The city's buzzing restaurant and cafe culture, world-famous beaches and vibrant Waterfront are just five minutes away.

Getting There

Cape Town International airport is a 25 min drive away and the Winelands is a 45 min drive.

Activities

The city's buzzing restaurant and caf� culture, world-famous beaches and vibrant Waterfront are just five minutes away.

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Review of The Clarendon Fresnaye

Owen McKenna

Lovely greeting by Abbie who couldn't do enough for us during our stay. Very nice touch to have buns and cookies upon arrival in recognition of Alison's birthday. Slightly disappointed by the lack of view from the room as it was on the lower area looking onto the 2nd pool, as opposed to one of the 1st floor rooms in the main house. Staff excellent, everyone very helpful and friendly.

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