From R1,250 per night
Situated just a few minutes from the beach, the Drive Atlantic is a quaint and cozy self-catering accommodation situated in Camps Bay.
It’s a modern open-plain unit which features a sleeping area, a private bathroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area with a TV. The kitchen offers tea and coffee-making facilities, as well as basic breakfast essentials such as muesli, bran and milk.
The Drive Atlantic offers additional features including air-conditioning, WiFi connection and daily cleaning services. As you will see in the gallery above, there is a lovely deck area to enjoy, where you can take in the beautiful views. The establishment offers secure parking, and even pets are permitted (by prior arrangement). It’s a great little spot for a quiet weekend or holiday away, and is close enough to various shops and restaurants in Camps Bay and further out in Cape Town.
- Bathroom Facilities – Private bathroom
- Beds - Queen beds
- Other - Air-Conditioning, Balcony/patio, Self-catering, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Wi-Fi, No Smoking in Rooms
- TV - Television, DStv
Views - Garden
Cancellation / Prepayment
Accepted credit cards
- Air Conditioning
- Local TV Channels
- Mountain Views
- Sea Views
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Camps Bay is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful and picturesque suburbs in the world, and if you’ve seen any photographs, it’s easy to see why.
Besides the amazing beaches, restaurants and bars nearby, Camps Bay is also minutes away from popular Cape Town tourist attractions such as Table Mountain, and the V & A Waterfront. Simply put, Camps Bay is the perfect location for the ultimate holiday.
Sports and nature
Camps Bay, as the name suggests, is on the sea and has a number of excellent beaches to enjoy. Oudekraal is made up of a collection of tiny beaches sheltered amongst the boulders and a well established picnic area with lawns, braais, covered seating areas with tables, benches and public toilets.
Lui Bay (also known as Witsand) a popular dive site, in 1977 two scrap vessels (The Antipolis And Romelia) were being towed around the cape when their tow line broke in a storm. This caused the Antipolis to run aground near Oudekraal while the Romelia floundered further south between Llandudno and Sandy Bay. The hull of the Antipolis is now visible at low tide.
Koeël Bay has an African open-air curio market, that sells hand crafted items from all over Africa.
Bakoven gets it name because of a large rock just off-shore with what appears as oven door in its side. There are several sheltered coves located in Bakoven. There is a Sea rescue base stationed here and a popular swimming beach is off Beta Close.
Camps Bay Beach, a Blue Flag Beach since 2008 is the largest white sand beach in Camps Bay. There is a seasonal life guard station with toilets at the west end of the beach.
Glen Beach, at the far right of Camps Bay beach, hidden behind large boulders is Camps Bay's best surfing beach. Short, fast rides and a small take-off area makes Glen Beach one of the hardest of Cape Town's beach breaks to surf and has resulted in a strong local atmosphere.
If you thought Camps Bay was amazing during the day, wait till you see it when the sun goes down. Take a walk down "the strip", the main road in Camps Bay, and enjoy the abundance of restaurants, trendy bars and other eateries available to you. If you're in the mood for some live entertainment, there is even a theatre nearby, Theatre on the Bay, where regular plays and other live acts can be enjoyed.