House For Rent in Constantia, Cape Town

ref# 794
Email a Friend Share
Asking Price : R 3 500 (208 EUR*) per day Province:Western Cape City:Cape Town Suburb:Constantia Bedrooms:3 Bathrooms:2

select a 2nd currency

Constantia Holiday Home Cape Town Peaceful Retreat Self Catering Views


Potters Place is simply a unique setting.


It’s a Cape Vernacular style home set in a private farm like garden. Although you are in the heart of Cape Town, seconds from upmarket shopping centres and restaurants, once you drive through the gates of the private estate it becomes a nature lover’s world. Solar heated pool, 60 lemon trees, a natural spring dam is the perfect place to come back and relax after a day sightseeing Cape Town.

Set back against the Table Mountain Nature Reserve, Potters is a nature and bird lovers delight with literally a 5 minute walk to beautiful mountain trails and also Cape Town’s oldest wine farm, Groote Constantia, also perfect for walks and picnics.

For visitors who don’t know Cape Town it can be hard to choose which area to stay in as usually there is an up and down side. The advantage of staying in the Constantia area is that there is an abundance of ups! The most important been how central Constantia is. To get to any destination for the day, should it be the beaches on the Atlantic or Indian Ocean, Table Mountain, the Waterfront or the Camps Bay strip it will only take you maximum 15 to 20 min.

About the home...

Potters has an open plan living area with fully equipped country style kitchen. The lounge has four fold back doors which extend onto the patio which has a beautiful stone 8-seater table to enjoy your dinner while watching the flickering lights of Cape Town below. The main bedroom with an on-suite has French doors also opening onto the patio, morning views are the best. The second bedroom also with views has a double bed and the third bedroom, with views has a single bed.

Over an acre of land in this Private Estate the garden is a children’s paradise. A solar heated rock pool, lots of trees to climb, a trampoline, shallow dam for swimming getting muddy and catching frogs will keep your children safe, busy and free to go off on adventures and explore.

See latest COVID-19 updates on government website