Tranquility Guest House

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25 Peak Road

Price range - complete one of the options

  • R600 - R1000
  • R1000 - R2000

About the establishment

General facilities & services
  • Child-friendly
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry facilities
  • Secure parking
  • Self-catering facilities
  • TV in rooms
  • Wireless internet
Activities offered
  • Bicycle rental
  • Bird-watching
  • Boat rides
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Mountain biking
  • Stargazing
Getting there/ what's nearby
  • Airport transfers
  • Public transport nearby
  • Beach nearby
  • Shopping nearby
  • Wilderness area
Foreign languages spoken

Whether you awake to extraordinary sunrises, eat delicious food, linger by the fireside, walk to the beach, whale watch from your private balcony or simply relax in the Jacuzzi under the stars, this is Tranquility... A Cape cod-style mountain retreat set high up on a mountainside and adjacent to Table Mountain National Park.  Filled with light and laughter, it affords soaring views over False Bay and its surrounding mountains.

Oh, we forgot to mention superb breakfasts, fresh flowers, fine linen, free Wireless internet access and warm South African hospitality. Smell the salt in the air, feel the sand between your toes and breathe in the fresh mountain air ... simply perfect!

Tranquility is situated just 40 km's south of Cape Town and nestles between two mountains and two oceans along the False Bay coast.  Surrounded by beautiful beaches and nature reserves, Tranquility is centrally disposed to Cape Town's tourist attractions and the quaint villages of Muizenberg, Kalk Bay, Simonstown, Scarborough, Kommetjie, Noordhoek and Hout Bay as well as the Constantia vineyards and Cape Point.

Home away from home, Tranquility offers 4 beautifully appointed en suite rooms, each with their own private balcony.

For comfort, convenience and pleasure, each room boasts 100% cotton percale linen and down duvet with electric blanket, wall heater, portable fan, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar fridge stocked with fresh milk and bottled water, DSTV premium package satellite television and free Wireless internet access, small safe, luggage rack, hairdryer, shaver plug, international plug adapters and free bathroom amenities including strawberry hand-made soaps.  Dedicated staff, attention to detail and daily housekeeping make for a perfect stay.

Facilities on site include direct access to Table Mountain National Park and 'a private audience' with the flora and fauna of the Cape peninsula, a privilege for nature enthusiasts who love bird watching and mountain hiking; an outdoor Jacuzzi and loungers on our mountain deck to relax beneath our clean and clear Southern skies; complimentary Wireless internet access throughout the guest house; fireside relaxation in our guest lounge whilst reading from our traveling library; 24-hour security and medical emergency response; free off-street parking; concierge and travel assistance as well as a personal greeting on arrival.

Fish Hoek's beautiful, long, white, sandy beach, one of the safest and warmest swimming beaches in the Cape; and its equally famous whale-watching promenade 'Jaegers Walk', where from July to October whales loll just 50 metres from the shore in preparation for mating and giving birth, and huge schools of dolphins may be near by; sightings of the trek fisherman as they pull for haarders and yellowtail fish just off the beach; all sorts of water sports such as sailing, world no. 1 surf kayaker 'Dawid Mocke's' kayaking classes and the shark-spotting programme; nearby is Kalk bay with its quaint fishing harbour and its own version of Petticoat Lane with its junk shops filled with bric-a-brac and 'antiques' and of course its trendy restaurants, cafés and swimming tidal pools; surfer's paradise Muizenberg with surfing schools only too willing to teach you the basics and get you in the water; children will love to scratch for semi-precious stones at Scratch Patch;
explore historic Simon's Town and its naval museums; swim with the penguins at Boulders beach; take a boat trip to Seal Island and witness the breaching of the Great White shark; meander along the coastline to Cape of Good Hope National Park and Cape Point, a natural World Heritage site, where the cold Benguela current on the West Coast and the warm Agulhas current on the East coast merge; buy an ostrich egg at Cape Point Ostrich Farm; climb the stairs to the top of Kommetjie Slangkop lighthouse; help uplift the local community by taking a cultural Masiphumelele township tour; take a breathtaking ride along
Chapmans Peak and walk its famous long beach; a must visit are the local food markets at the Noordhoek Farm Village and Cape Point Vineyards; sip wine at the Constantia valley wine farms and last but not least play golf at the 3 golf courses on the peninisula - Clovelly Country Club, Westlake Golf course and Steenberg golf course.


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