A high quality, modern style four-bedroom family self catering villa overlooking Hout Bay’s wonderful coastline and sandy swimming beach. 

Official 4 Star Grading by Tourism Grading Council of South Africa

Sentinel View offers top quality furnishings, open-plan décor and unbeatable facilities, like heated outdoor pool, sun loungers and al-fresco dining, built-in barbeque, internet modem, TV, PlayStation and DVD’s and aircon in all bedrooms. These credentials create incredible value in a superb environment that is both adult and child-friendly.

Hout Bay, South Africa

Hout Bay is one of the most beautiful and popular places on the Cape Peninsula and a highlight of any visit to Cape Town. The access road that runs from Camps Bay, offers a beautiful drive all along the sea. The town lies picturesquely in a wind-protected bay, surrounded in the west by the Karbonkel Mountain, the famous Mount Sentinel as the outpost in the sea and in the east, by the Constantia Mountains and Chapman's Peak.

Hout Bay is the centre of the crayfish and snoek fishing industry, and its fishing harbour gives the little coastal town a lively atmosphere. The attractions of this beautifully situated place are numerous. Other than hiking, sailing, surfing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, having a picnic or suntanning at the beach, there is not much one can't do in Hout Bay. And the scenic Chapman's Peak Drive, the harbour, the bird park and Seal Island are all part of it.

Things to do in Hout Bay & Cape Town

•    Hout Bay Flea Market every Sunday (just minutes from the villa)

•    Swim, sunbathe or sail a Hobie Cat from Hout Bay beach

•    Drive Chapman’s Peak Drive – the world’s most impressive cliff-cut road

•    Stroll Mariner’s Wharf and visit the working harbour

•    Eat at one of many seafood restaurants overlooking the ocean

•    Take a township tour of Imizamu Yethu led by a local for another view on life

•    It’s a short drive to Table Mountain and just 4-minutes by cable car to the top

•    Robben Island is a favourite with boats leaving from the V&A Waterfront

•    Visit the Cape Winelands and make selections from over 400 estates