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Perched on Bantry Bay’s luscious hillside, overlooking the ocean, you’ll find Eagle Rock, one of Cape Town’s most luxurious and sought after vacation rentals. With accommodations for twelve and quick access to Clifton Beach, this private seaside home is perfect for a larger family holiday, a small corporate retreat, or a golf trip with friends.
Classic ivory white sets a simplistic, yet sophisticated, chic tone throughout Eagle Rocks’s interior.Incorporating elements of Greek cycladic architecture, this multilevelled home features gorgeous curves and soft, relaxing sight lines. Fresh ocean air and natural sunlight flow throughout the interior spaces with ease. In fact, with numerous large openings to the terrace, the line between inside and out is delightfully blurry. Eagle Rock’s living spaces are decorated with bright designer furniture, eclectic modern art, high-end electronics, and raw, natural stone accents. In the kitchen, state of the art stainless steel appliances and plenty of functional workspace will make meal prep a breeze.
Inside, useful features like television, Wi-Fi, security, and a sound system will keep you and your guests entertained and engaged. You’ll also love the villa’s sauna, exercise room, and two refreshing swimming pools. At dinner, there’s seating for ten inside the formal dining area. After, head to the terrace and watch the sun set in to the ocean from a lounge chair or one of the furnished outdoor areas.
Eagle Rock has six gorgeous bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and king sized beds. Five of the rooms feature access to either the terrace or a personal balcony.
Cape Town is one of South Africa’s busiest port cities, as well as a cultural hub. Eagle Rock is located just six kilometres from the downtown core. Once there, you’ll be immersed in vibrant nightlife, restaurants serving local delicacies, boutique shops, and exciting adventure tourism. If there’s a golfer in the group, book at tee time at Rondebosch Golf Club, a majestic eighteen hole with scenic views of Devil’s Peak and Table Mountain.