On The Square Luxury Apartment

Self Catering

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On The Square Luxury Apartment

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Telephone Number: +27 (0)82 307 9703

Address: St. Georges St, Simons Town

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On The Square Luxury Apartment is in the sought after St. George's Building, on the Historic Mile, facing overlooking Jubilee Square.

Spacious, fully equipped apartment with, double bedroom (King or 2 single beds) opening onto a large covered private balcony. It faces the waterfront development, with views of Jubilee Square, the quay and harbour.

Open plan kitchen and breakfast bar, Satellite TV (optional extra), Wifi and ceiling fans, landscaped courtyard  with braai area. Laundry room with washing machine  and dryer facilities.

The apartment is within walking distance to shops, beaches, and the Penguin Colony at nearby Seaforth Beach. There are also numerous restaurants, patisseries & cafes in very close proximity.

The whole Cape Peninsula is an area of extreme natural beauty with Cape Point about 25 km's away.

Activities include golf, bowls, sea kayaking, swimming and great white shark and whale viewing (in season.)

Simon's Town is ideally situated to explore Cape Town, winelands and the renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. A drive along Chapman's Peak is a must.

The Simon's Town waterfront below Jubilee Square overlooks the yacht basin and town pier. Boat trips along the shore and in the naval harbour provide an opportunity of a glimpse at the South African Navy fleet of modern navy vessels.

In the centre of Simon's Town in Jubilee Square is the statue of Able Seaman Just Nuisance, the famous Great Dane, once the mascot of the Royal Navy during the Second World War. Just Nuisance befriended visiting sailors and became an inspiration to many. His name and legends still live on today and on 1st April each year (his birthday) the day is celebrated in grand style with a parade of Great Danes and other dogs through the town to Jubilee Square.