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About Partridge Place

Partridge Place is a cosy self-catering apartment situated on the mountain slopes of Elsie’s Peak in Fish Hoek. Fish Hoek is a quiet and beautiful seaside suburb of Cape Town. The stylish apartment faces the sea with breathtaking views of the Fish Hoek bay.

The apartment consists of one bedroom with two single beds pushed together and a full private bathroom. There is a fully fitted kitchen, an open-plan living area, and a patio with views over the ocean. All linen and towels are provided and a starter supply of cleaning items.

The beach is only a five-minute walk from the apartment as well as the Fish Hoek Galley restaurant and bistro which sells ice cream and hamburgers on the beach. There are many shops close by where you can purchase necessities and gifts, and Longbeach Mall is only a short drive away.

Fish Hoek is near to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve (Cape Point), Simon's Town, Kalk Bay, Noordhoek and the Constantia Valley wine route. Should you wish to explore Cape Town, the Cape Peninsula or the Western Cape on your own we can arrange a car rental for you and give you advice on where to go and what to see. Alternatively a tour can be organised with Rònel who is a registered tour guide. You can book private and personalised tours with her, or select a tour from one of our more popular day tours. Tours can also be custom made to suit your individual interests.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 5 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 16 Reviews

Facilities

  • No Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

50% deposit secures your booking.
We do not have any card payment facilities.
The balance is to be paid on or before the arrival date.
We require a breakage deposit of R600 to cover possible damages. This will be returned to you via bank transfer after an inventory has been taken within one week of your departure, less any deductions...
50% deposit secures your booking.
We do not have any card payment facilities.
The balance is to be paid on or before the arrival date.
We require a breakage deposit of R600 to cover possible damages. This will be returned to you via bank transfer after an inventory has been taken within one week of your departure, less any deductions applicable.
No booking is secure until the deposit has been paid.
No pets are allowed at the apartment.
We are a non-smoking establishment, but smoking is permitted outside on the patio.
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Reviews for Partridge Place

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Louna Spies
23 April 2019

The view is magnificent! We loved sitting on the balcony and read. It's so quiet and next to mountain. Easily accessible to hiking routes, which we enjoyed. The kitchen is well equipped. The only negative for us, was the bathroom door not fully closing. It's part of the bedroom cupboard. It was a privacy issue for us. The water bottles being refilled for the toilet was also a negative for us, as the toilet did not flush well and ended up using more water than just using the municipal water.

Tee Mohlabi
02 April 2019

All was well, clean, beautiful and best view.

Keith Lauwrens
18 February 2019

Perfect hide away, stunning view and so convenient. Lovely friendly host. Thank you will be back.

Peta Stevens
23 February 2018

Great location, great view and very comfortable accommodation made our stay memorable. Definitely recommended !

Wendy Humboldt
09 April 2017

What a pretty apartment, well equipped and comfortable with a gorgeous view! Thanks Ronel for making me welcome, I hope to stay with you again

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Partridge Place is 0.7km from the centre of Fish Hoek , the nearest airport 27.1km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling