Hout Bay self-catering holiday accommodation is found in a charming coastal suburb of Cape Town. The settlement has the character and appearance of a traditional fishing harbour, with a working industry and countless small boats pulling in and setting off in the mornings and evenings. Close to Hout Bay holiday home villas you’ll also be able to spot seal’s both in and around the harbour and at Seal Island, a short way off the coast. One of the main attractions close to Hout Bay self-catering apartments is the World of Birds, a famous bird park that is also home to a large number of squirrel monkeys. At a Hout Bay villa you’ll be just a 10-minute walk from the nearest beach, boasting picturesque scenery and cleaned regularly by the local authorities. The coastline in this part of the country is consistently spectacular – one of the highlights is Cape Point, a promontory on the southeastern tip of the Cape Peninsula. It sits about 40 minutes from Hout Bay self-catering accommodation and offers incredible coastal views. Meanwhile Cape Town is well worth experiencing, with iconic sights like the Castle of Good Hope and Robben Island, all just a 20-minute drive from Hout Bay holiday home villas.
Weather At Hout Bay holiday accommodation, summer falls between December and March. The rest of the year is occasionally wet and windy, but temperatures are usually mild or pleasantly warm.
Best Time to Visit The summer months are the best time to be at a Hout Bay apartment, when the high temperatures are cooled by the sea breeze and there’s always something to see or do nearby.
Reaching Hout Bay Hout Bay self-catering holiday home villas and apartments are just over 30 minutes from Cape Town International Airport (CPT).