Tucked away on a quiet tree-lined street in the stylish Cape Town suburb of Oranjezicht, is Rutland Lodge, a luxury Guest House overlooking Cape Town. A warm family atmosphere greets you upon arrival from your lovely Belgian hosts Sonia, Thibaut, their kids and their two dogs!
Located in Cape Town’s City Bowl, Rutland Lodge is central to the major and most popular destinations such as Table Mountain (3 min.), the V&A Waterfront (7 min.), Clifton and Camps Bay beaches (7 min.), the Cape Town International Convention Centre, as well as the free-way leading to Cape Town International Airport or the Cape Winelands and its magnificent estates. Central to access many of the Western Cape golf courses, Rutland Lodge will facilitate the organization of your golfing holiday or assist you in preparing your day or overnight excursions in the Western Cape, the Peninsula or along the Garden Route. We welcome children aged 12 and over.
From our guests
I've stayed at the 1st floor in a very nice room with great Cape Town/Lion Mountain view from wide wood-floor terrace. Room is nicely decorated in African style. Location is pretty close to hiking trails up to Table Mountain or simple walking to the city center (20-30 min or 5-10 min by car). Continental type breakfast served within a bit narrow time range (from 08:00 till 09:30 am) but... Read More
Very good place to stay while exploring Cape Town. Beautiful house, perfect location (close to Table Mountain, just a 10 minute easy drive to Waterfront), great breakfast! We had our last days in SA and we felt very lucky to stay in this guesthouse. Great breakfast!
Centrally placed for easy access to all areas of Cape Town, but in a lovely, quiet neighbourhood. The lodge has a lovely ambience and our rooms were most comfortable. The were staff unobtrusive, but efficient.
- Steve Glendinning
Nice clean house, good location and a very gracious host. He gave us an excellent insight into the town and things to do. Fantastic! The only downside was the hot water as it did not run properly, it would run out very quickly... its winter time =) Great job overall!