Family friendly hotels in the Cape’s Route 62

23 August 2017
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Travelling with children may not always be easy, but there are many occasions when sharing the memories with your family is the only way to travel. Here are four of the top child-friendly hotels on the Cape Route 62.

Robertson Small Hotel

 

 

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At Robertson Small Hotel, chic sophistication meets old-world charm. This luxurious hotel is known for its exceptional service, unsurpassed comfort and good dose of South African hospitality. Each of its air-conditioned rooms is tastefully designed in such a way that they are integrated with ten luxury suites. It also serves breakfast and all other meals daily, upon bookings and appointments. Children are welcome and special rooms are given to families staying at the hotel.

The Habit

 

 

Beautiful morning in Worcester at #thehabit guesthouse.

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Compared to other buildings, The Habit is unique in that it was once home to Catholic nuns and has since been changed into a guest house. Its surrounded by serene gardens - ideal for children to play in. Add this to original wooden floors, pressed ceilings and beds dressed in pure linen and you may feel like you don’t want to leave. If you wish to do your own thing there are two self-catering cottages which are perfect for a family sharing. Plan your family and kid friendly safaris right now.

The Karoo Art Hotel

 

For something a little different, The Karoo Art Hotel is a must. Situated only 2,5 hours from Cape Town in the quaint town of Barrydale, a stay here is an experience for the whole family. The hotel is nestled in the valley of the Langeberg Mountains with access to various activities and tourist attractions in and around the area. To top it off, The Karoo Art Hotel also offers parents some reprieve with on-site child-minding services.

The Riverstone House

 

 

Totally rad in Greyton #greyton #riverstonehouse

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This amazing establishment is ideal if you want to enjoy a self-catering house away from home. While here, you can enjoy several outdoor activities including nature walks and cycling, while children can visit a pet ram nearby or play on the vast lawns. The house has four bedrooms, which can accommodate up to eight guests. It has open plan living areas with an indoor fireplace, large dining area, and comfortable lounge.All other amenities are provided for.


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