About Placid Pines
Placid Pines is a lovely self-catering unit situated close to Constantia Nek and adjacent to the Orange Kloof Nature Reserve. It is located in a quiet cul-de-sac surrounded by mountains and forests, where guests can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the relaxing setting.
The unit consists of a large open-plan living area with a double bed on the mezzanine and another one underneath. There is a fully equipped kitchen fitted with a gas hob, a fridge and a microwave as well as all utensils. The bathroom has a shower, a basin and a toilet. The unit has full DStv and free Wi-Fi connection. The cottage opens onto a private and shaded garden with a Weber braai/barbecue. Guests are welcome to use the swimming pool on those hot summer days. There is secure off-road parking available.
Hout Bay valley, with its beautiful sea and mountain scenery, has a lot to offer visitors. It is close to charming attractions such as the Constantia wine route and the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. With Cape Town a mere 25 minutes away, Hout Bay is the ideal base from which to explore the Cape.
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Things to do in and around Hout Bay
(0.6 km from Hout Bay)
Hout Bay Beach extends from the beginning of Chapman's Peak curving around to the Hout Bay Harbour with its numerous fishing boats and yacht marina. Hout Bay beach is an awesome family beach, but it's also popular with horse riders, dog walkers and...
(1.7 km from Hout Bay)
If you are visiting Cape Town with kids then a stopover at the World of Birds is sure to be a big hit. This bird and wildlife sanctuary is home to over 3 000 birds in natural surroundings. Scrutinize some curious species in semi-tropical aviaries –...
(1.1 km from Hout Bay)
Salty sea dawgs, venerable captains, fishermen, locals and trendy visitors all hang out at Mariner's Wharf. En route to Cape Point from Cape Town, Mariner's claims to be the first harbour emporium in Africa and is a worthwhile stopover to have...
(1.9 km from Hout Bay)
Get nose to nose with playful Cape Fur seals within the Karbonkelberg marine reserve, part of Table Mountain National Park. This is a magical thing to do with Animal Ocean whilst visiting Cape Town. Enthusiastic zoologist and owner, Steve...