Tamboerskloof, is a friendly, community focused suburb of the City Bowl in Cape Town. Jacques and Lynn love sharing their love of Cape Town and surrounds with their visitors and are proud that Table Mountain is now one of the new seven natural wonders of the world! A deli which is two streets away called the Blue Café, serves home cooked meals, pizzas, and breakfasts and are open till 22h00. You can also buy milk, cheese, fresh bread, cold meats with salads and cakes as well as the daily newspaper.
A short walk from Devonport House will take you to trendy Kloof street where there are many restaurants and the only privately owned cinema in South Africa called the Labia Theatre . Lifestyle on Kloof is a small shopping centre, which has a selection of stores including a Pharmacy, Woolworths, The Olive Branch Deli and Wine Concepts on Kloof, a very good wine shop, which serves complimentary tastings every day between 4 and 6 pm .
The Company's gardens, SA Museum, Planetarium, National Art Gallery and Holocaust Museum, are all important tourist sights which are within walking distance to the home. You could not wish to be more central. The new myciti bus is a few minutes’ walk away so you don't even need to worry about driving if you do not want to. The area is well serviced with Taxi’s and Uber vehicles. The Waterfront and CBD are easily accessible from Tamboerskloof and the beautiful beaches of Camps Bay or Clifton are a stone’s throw away. The Hope Street Market on Thursday evenings and the Oranjezicht City Farm Market on Saturdays are both minutes away and a must with organic produce and local food on sale. A visit to Greenmarket square to look at the curios and beadwork made by our local people is also very popular. Bo Kaap and its colourful heritage and culture are situated around the corner from us.