The lounge area expands onto a covered wooden deck for seamless indoor-outdoor living, South African style. Breakfast is served daily. Light lunch and dinner is available on request by our on-site staff.
We have several preferred suppliers for guided tours. Tours can be tailor made for your requirements, please enquire with the duty manager at reception and the team will assist with pricing, itineraries, availability and for bookings. See tour details below.
Room Sevice - The BlaauwVillage Hamburger
Room Service - Delicious toasted sandwiches.
Breakfast at it finest.
Breakfast with an Atlantic view.
Jacuzzi with an Atlantic view.
Our room service hours are 07h00 – 19h00.
Please feel free to look at the Room Service Menu.
Breakfast is served every morning in the breakfast room from 07h00 -10h00.
We provide “brunch” boxes for guest whom require an early departure. We are also able to supply a lunchbox for our corporate guests, should you wish to utilize this service please arrange with reception the evening prior to departure.
The fridge is located inside the cupboard; it is stocked with some alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages and water. Please note that at BlaauwVillage we operate this is an honesty bar. Kindly inform reception upon departure of your consumption for billing purposes.
Jacuzzi & Beach Towels
The Jacuzzi is situated outside on the deck. Please feel free to make use of it. Sip on a cocktail whilst relaxing and soaking up the beautiful view. Please ask Reception to switch it on four hours prior to using this facility.
Regarding Beach Towels, kindly ask at reception.
Please feel free to use the braai facility located on the deck. Our kitchen will gladly make your accompaniments to your braai i.e. salads etc. Please place your order at Reception. Wood for fireplace and braai is available at an extra charge.
We will gladly assist with airport transfers. This is done for your own account.
Reception will be able to assist you with pricing and arrangements.
WIFI & Business Centre
BlaauwVillage provides free WIFI to all guests staying there. Please ask reception for a voucher to connect
to the WIFI Hotspot, should you not find one in your room.
Reception will gladly assist with all your internet, fax and printing needs.
This service is charged on the volume of work required.
Things to do & Tours
Tourism information & Guided Tours
We have several preferred suppliers for guided tours. Tours can be tailor made for your requirements, please enquire at
reception and the team will assist with pricing, itineraries, availability and for bookings.
A scenic drive around the peninsula, with short stops at view points, will provide a good idea of the natural beauty of the area. A visit to the many tourist attractions will complete the picture.
The Mother City of Cape Town has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and something to offer everyone. It is no surprise that South Africa was one of the first countries outside of Europe to earn blue flag status for some of her beaches - there are three on offer in and around Cape Town, including our very own Bloubergstrand.
Cape Point & Table Mountain National Park For wind and sheer beauty, visit the southernmost pinnacle of the Cape peninsula, Cape Point. Tours to the area to walk to the point as well as hiking in the adjacent nature reserve. Combine this with a day tour of the peninsular which would include Simons Town to visit the penguins at Boulder Beach, Noordhoek for horse riding, Kalk Bay, Muizenberg etc.
Cape Wine Routes
Discover the experience the distinguished tastes and award winning wines of the Cape district in a tranquil setting. As a wine country South Africa is considered as The New World, but it is “new” with a long history.
The Dutchman Jan Van Riebeek planted the first vines in 1655 not far from Cape Town. Then came the Huguenots from France at the end of the 17th century. By then the sweet wines from Constantia were world famous already in the 18th century. The climate in South Africa is similar to around the Mediterranean, which is excellent for growing grapes and producing a wide range of very palatable wines.
Recommendations include Le Quartier Francais and Reuben’s. Enjoy a variety of local wines and beautiful scenery by visiting one of the Cape’s spectacular wine routes: Stellenbosch, Constantia, Elgin, Franschoek (Franschoek has some of South Africa’s top restaurants).
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens - Rondebosch
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lives up to its reputation as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.
Unesco declared Robben Island in the Western Cape a World Heritage Site in 1999. Robben Island is located in Table Bay, some 6km west of Bloubergstrand, and stands some 30m above sea level. Robben Island has been used as prison and a place where people were isolated, banished and exiled to for nearly 400 years. It was also used as a post office, a grazing ground, a mental hospital and an outpost.
Table Mountain & Cable Way
Table Mountain's magnetism has a way of drawing people in, compelling them to reach the summit and explore its flat top. Before the cable car was installed, getting to the top was not easy. In 1912, with a strong desire to make the mountain accessible for visitors, the Cape Town City Council commissioned an engineer to investigate the various options for public transport to the top. On 4 October 1929 the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway opened its doors to its first 200 visitors. Since then, three major upgrades have taken place, with the most recent in October 1997.
Enjoy spectacular, 360-degree views of the Cape Peninsula during your trip up and down the mountain
V&A Waterfront & Two Oceans Aquarium - Cape Town Waterfront
The V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is home to a wide range of exciting retail outlets, from well-known international brands to exclusive local boutiques. Visit this shopping and leisure Mecca and discover why it attracts more visitors than any other destination in South Africa. With more than 3000 marine creatures on view – including sharks, turtles and penguins – the Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the finest aquariums in the world.
The Castle of Good Hope - Cape Town City Centre
Over 300 years standing - the oldest building in South Africa! The Castle of Good Hope (Dutch: Kasteel de Goede Hoop) is a star fort built in the 17th century in Cape Town, South Africa. Built by Jan van Riebeeck and the Dutch East India Company, the fort was completed in 1679. The building’s 18th-century décor has been restored and it now functions as a popular museum attraction.
Originally located on the coastline of Table Bay, following land reclamation the fort is now located inland. In 1936 the Castle was declared a historical monument (now a provincial heritage site) and following restorations in the 1980s it is considered the best-preserved example, of a Dutch East India Company fort.
The Company's Garden - Cape Town City Centre
Company's Garden is a large public park and botanical garden set in the heart of Cape Town, home to a rose garden, Japanese garden, fish pond and aviary.
The Rhodes Memorial
Rhodes Memorial on Devil's Peak in Cape Town, South Africa, is a memorial to English-born, South African politician Cecil John Rhodes. The memorial was designed by the renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker.
The Spice Route
The spice trade refers to the trade between historical civilizations in Asia, Northeast Africa and the route from Europe to the Indian Ocean via the Cape of Good Hope. Centuries ago, anyone with a desire to explore exotic flavours and experiences would have needed to wait for the seasonal return of the traders travelling the Spice Route.
A carefully curated selection of artisans showcase their produce and share their knowledge with both the public and each other. The collaborative environment allows for endless discoveries and a truly delectable journey.
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary and Monkey Park
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary and Monkey Park is an avian, reptilian and wildlife sanctuary in Hout Bay, a suburb of Cape Town in South Africa. As suggested by its name, the focus is primarily on birds and monkeys.
Bloubergstrand is situated on the West Coast off the Cape Peninsula and about 30 minutes drive from the Cape Town City Centre. Its about 30 minutes drive from Cape Town International Airport to us.