OCEAN VIEW HOUSE IN CAMPS BAY IS THE PLACE TO BE

OCEAN VIEW HOUSE IN CAMPS BAY IS THE PLACE TO BE

From its humble beginnings on the then outskirts of Cape Town in 1994 to the 4-star B&B experience it offers today just a stone’s throw away from Cape Town’s most famous strip, Ocean View House has remained true to its foundation: family.

A family business which welcomes each and every guest as the newest member of the Ocean View family.

With breath-taking views of the Atlantic Oceans before you and the 12 Apostles mountains standing watch behind you, our guests can find peace under the ancient Milkwood trees that shade our park-like gardens while exploring the mountain stream and koi ponds that dot the terrain.

Retreat to one of the spacious 24 guestrooms and enjoy your delicious breakfast in the solitude of your balcony or terrace while you decide whether to take a tour of the peninsula or perhaps heads towards the nearby Camps Bay and enjoy a luxurious dining experience amongst the beautiful young things of Cape Town’s own Hollywood. Whatever your choice, Ocean View House remains your home away from home.

A stay at Ocean View House is the quintessential Cape experience, where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the mountains and ocean as you relax in the comfort of our luxurious rooms. Each room boasts a balcony or terrace, while the interiors are spacious and contemporary.

Slip away from your room and unwind while reclining on a hammock under the trees, or drift away into that well-deserved afternoon nap alongside the pool. Our ‘Honesty’ bar and light lunch menu mean you never have to leave Ocean View House and can simply watch the sun melt into the Atlantic Ocean without a care in the world.
If you are in the mood for something a little different, our themed dinner evenings will come as a welcome surprise and bring a smile to your lips.

Ocean View House offers tranquillity and activity whenever you want it.

To book your stay at the Ocean View House, visit the website http://www.oceanview-house.com/

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