Ratings based on 26 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Getaway With Friendsby Anita from Norway
Fantastic service, safe and cozy!Posted May 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
Apart from being a bit far from where is all happens this was an amazing lodge to stay at! We got to use the kitchen for cooking, the breakfast was amazing and to our preference every time, even when we had to leave super early or forgot to get up in the morning :) The bed was comfy, bathrooms huge. Over all a great experience! Ill stay there again if I go back! Tip! Rent a car if you are staying here, taxis are unreliable and public transport not too good.
for Couplesby Ayelet from London, United Kingdom
OK. But we've been to much betterPosted Apr 13, 2013
Pros: Rooms were nice
Cons: Attitude of the owners
Location: Hard to find, but good location
The hotel was ok and with nice rooms, but nothing too special. However, we stayed in many B&Bs in South Africa, and this was the one where we least felt welcome, mainly due to the owners' attitude. Would not be coming back.
for Everyoneby Sam from Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, UK
Great location a five minute walk from a beautifulPosted Mar 20, 2013
Pros: The pool for my 9yr old... And the sun loungers were very comfy.
Location: 5 mins from the beach( with kids in tow)... Lovely view
The staff and the owners couldn't do enough for you.. Helping with safari enquiries and giving us info on where to go in the local area... Thanks to Suegne and staff you were fab!!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel, friendly, excellent servicePosted Mar 5, 2013
Pros: The warm friendly reception and the views
Location: Nice beach, good location for exploring
We had a fantastic stay at Seacliffe Lodge. The hotel was lovely, our room was large, bright and clean with a great view over the harbour. Everyone at the hotel was friendly and extremely helpful whenever we had any questions. Hout Bay is a good location for exploring the peninsula, it is easy to get to from the airport and only 20 mins drive from the waterfront, Clifton, Camps Bay and Table Mountain. To the south is Chapman's Peak Drive which takes you down the peninsula towards Cape Point. We will definitely stay at Seacliffe Lodge next time we are in Cape Town!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Gary from , USA
DisappointingPosted Jan 30, 2012
Carpet dirty. Fish factory nearby resulting smell Pix misleading. Noisy traffic.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from London
Great family stayPosted Jan 25, 2012
Pros: The staff were lovely
Cons: Some of the electrical wiring was a bit dodgy
Location: Great, easy to access the beach and the bay
The Seacliffe Lodge is a warm and friendly place. The rooms, comfortable, clean and well equipped and some nice personal touches. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable and very helpful. The location is perfect for a short stroll to the beach and in good reach of shops and good range of restaurants. We were traveling with a toddler on our first family holiday abroad and felt safe, relaxed and welcome.
for Everyoneby Lynn from Verwood, Dorset, UK
seacliffe lodge , january 2012Posted Jan 14, 2012
Location: right by the harbour with beach, restaurants, boat trips and market stalls within a short, safe, walking distance.
Great accomodation, fantastic location, great breakfast, friendly and helpful hosts. Very comfortable place to stay which we would highly recommend to friends.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Guildford, UK
Good servicePosted Dec 2, 2011
I stayed 2 nights at the beginning of my South Africa trip. Arranged for Tom to meet me at the airport which he willingly did even though I arrived at 06:15. The hotel is very close to the bus stop for the company that does the double decker bus tours of Cape Town, and I bought a 2 day pass which worked well - however the bus only does a circular tour so the journey takes half an hour to go in to Cape Town, and 90 mins to come back - however the tour is interesting. I found Hout Bay a nice quiet location, though personally I would not rush back to restaurant on the sea front, the ones in the village were much better value & quality. The hotel was fine. I subsequently stayed in nicer ones, but these were a long way from Cape Town and I think you get much better value out of the city. I would recommend this for a Cape Town hotel
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Walnut Creek, CA
Comfortable and good valuePosted Nov 14, 2011 on Hotels.com
We stayed at one of the self catering apartment, Dolphin, which is actually a one-bedroom apartment with living room, dining area and a full kitchen. The location is not close to downtown or the airport, however, it is at the end of the Blue Line of the Hop On Hop Off bus in Hout Bay. By taking the Hop On and Hop Off bus, we were able to get to know the complete surrounding areas of Cape Town. When we missed the last Blue Line bus, we were able to take the local bus back to the hotel. The hotel owner, Tom, is very helpful during our stay. We will definitely come back again.