Simply furnished, a queen bed and a single bed in the living room. Full bathroom and shower. Small stove and fridge. Centrally located Sybrand Park - suburb of Cape Town - close to airport, University of Cape Town, Red Cross Children's Hospital. Close to public transport (minibus taxis, train, buses). 10 to 15 mins drive to CBD out of peak traffic times. For those who don't have a car, taxis and Uber are a relatively inexpensive transport option. Free, good wifi access.
The space is simply furnished, cosy and comfortable. I have a wifi extender now, so the cottage has good access to unlimited wifi internet.
You will have a bedroom, a living room, cooking facilities. A bathroom with a bath and shower. Double bed. Single bed in the living room. There is a small sunny garden you can make use of. The cottage is ideal for one person or two people. Three is a bit of a squash, but is doable.
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I work from home so can offer help when here. But you are welcome to text me if you have queries or requests if I am not around.
I have a dog and a cat.
If you need an iron or anything else - please ask.
No smoking in the cottage.
Please don't leave the outside light on after 9.00 at night, it is very bright and shines into the house where we live.
I adhere strictly to Airbnb policy of bookings, extra guests must be booked through Airbnb. Changing or extending your stay must be booked through Airbnb. Maximum of three guests only.
There are recycling bins near the main bin, please sort your refuse into the bins, glass, tin, paper and plastic. There is also a compost bin. So you can throw veggies, peels etc into the compost bin.
Mutual consideration, as the cottage is on the property where I live.
I live in Cape Town, but have also lived in Johannesburg, and Grahamstown, and in Lesotho as a child. I spent one year in the US as a foreign exchange student in the early 1980s.
I'm a writer and publisher who works from home. I haven't travelled outside of South Africa as much as I would like to, in the last few years I've been to Frankfurt every year for the Book Fair, and have visited Istanbul and London for work.
My regular life is relatively quiet, but busy with work and family. My home is filled with books, and so is my work.
Nieu Bethesda in the Karoo is my favourite place to relax and unwind. One of the things I love about Cape Town is that you can have a mini vacation any day of the week, if you want - there are museums, art galleries, lots of interesting shops and of course the natural beauty, walks, beaches, parks, cycle tracks, wine farms.