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The Most Beautiful Airbnbs In Cape Town, South Africa

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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Are you planning a trip to Cape Town? These incredible Airbnb rentals offer immaculate design details and some of the most impressive views in the city.

Modern, Chic Penthouse with Mountain, City & Sea Views

It doesn’t get much better than this. For around $141 a night you can enjoy this stunning penthouse home with a private plunge pool and uninterrupted vistas of Table Mountain, the city skyline, and the ocean.  This home can accommodate three guests and is located in the Vredehoek neighborhood in Cape Town’s City Bowl.

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Everview Suite

Just take a moment to scroll through all of the photos of this incredible space. At $300 a night, this home can host six guests, making it a perfect group or party pad. Located in Camps Bay, Cape Town with expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean and Table Mountain, this space is immaculately designed with modern finishes, light-filled rooms, and a large deck with a pool.

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Cosy, Downtown Loft with Mountain Views over Rooftop Deck

If you are looking for a super affordable, downtown option, this is certainly it. This studio loft is only $82/night and is located just minutes from Saint George’s Cathedral, The Company’s Garden and old Slave Quarters, City Hall and the Central Library. Not mention the clean, modern finishes including wooden beams, exposed brick, and mosaic tiles give the space a warm, stylish vibe.

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Laze at Infinity Pool from Villa in Peace and Quiet

This one had us at exotic terrace villa and private infinity pool. The home is located in a quiet neighborhood close to beaches, Boulder’s penguins, Cape Point, Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, shopping, wine routes, award-winning restaurants, and quaint harbors. Grab it for only $123/night.


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Modern city loft with large terrace

Conveniently located in Upper Woodstock on the border with Salt River, this three-level, industrial-style loft offers views of the mountains, city center, and harbor. You and two friends can enjoy this 5-star rated home for just $142/night.

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Mountain House

How can you say no to this view? This Airbnb “superhost” boats that this mountain home is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and friends alike. And for just $137/night and space for six guests, it can accommodate the whole crew. The host also notes that Table Mountain is literally on the back doorstep of this sun-sun-drenched home offering impeccable views amongst a tranquil, natural setting.

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