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69 Victoria Road 8005 Camps Bay South Africa
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Description The Bay
A distinctive blend of sophisticated elegance and casual comfort.
The Bay Hotel is superbly designed with 78 rooms and suites offering 5-star luxury in an unsurpassed setting. No less than four hotel pools with expansive sun decks offer superlative views of the Atlantic Ocean and majestic Lion’s Head.
Renowned as a haven for romantics, leisure is our catchword, from rejuvenating spa treatments to the convenience of our unique cocktail bar. And for the ultimate in relaxation, we recommend our cigar lounge and bar with breathtaking views.
Celebrate special events at the intimate Celebration Table or Private Deck overlooking a sapphire sea. Fully-equipped meeting and events venues are available to suit every occasion, including the historic Rotunda for glittering parties and flawless weddings.
Breathe deep... exhale slowly and rediscover fun. Float into blissful relaxation while enjoying our exceptional brand of hospitality.
The Museum van de Caab is located on the Solms Delta wine farm, just outside Franschhoek.
The estate looks back on 300 years of vine cultivating history and recent findings have unearthed the remains of a late stone-age settlement, directly next to the 18th century wine cellar in which the museum is located.
On the same site you can also see the remaining foundations of one of the oldest buildings at the Cape, a late 17th century hunting lodge.
The aim of the museum is to describe the social history of the estate and the wine producing industry in South Africa. Visitor will get to know the individuals that used to work and live on the farm, settlers, pioneers and slaves. Through audio-visual displays those who suffered through a lifetime of slavery will come to word and tell their story, supported by a large collection of items of daily use.
There is also a centre for genealogical research for those who wish to trace the history of their families.
For information about opening hours and admission fees please visit the website.
Taal Monument - Afrikaans Language Monument
The Afrikaans Language Monument, unveiled in October 1975, pays tribute to the varied roots of the language and is designed in accordance with the hyperbolic development of the language as described by two of the most well-known Afrikaans authors. The symbolism also has cultural and religious connotations. Detailed tourist information is available at www.taalmuseum.co.za