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Cellars Hohenort Hotel

  • 5 star hotel in Constantia, Cape Town
  • 51 bedrooms with lovely views
  • 9 acres of landscaped grounds
  • Award-winning restaurants, excellent service
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"Cellars is an ideal choice for those wishing to stay in a top hotel in beautiful surroundings within easy reach of the centre of Cape Town."


Not only is Cellars Hohenort a wonderful place to stay in its own right, it is also extremely well located, just a short drive from Kirstenbosch Gardens, the cable car and the centre of Cape Town.


Cellars Hohenort sits on the slopes of Table Mountain in the beautiful leafy area of Constantia, approximately 20 min drive from the centre of Cape Town. The estate dates back to 1693.


The 51 rooms are split between the Hohenort, the Cellars and the Garden. The rooms in the Hohenort are the most classic in style as this was the original manor house dating from 1907. Its luxury terrace rooms have particularly attractive views out to Falsw Bay. The rooms in the Cellars are more contemporary, while the Garden is home to various suites scattered around the grounds. They are all air-conditioned and very comfortable.

** For families with children under the age of 6 years, we always request a ground floor room or a room without a balcony for safety reasons. If you stay here with us, please ensure this is what you are given.**


  • There are three award-winning restaurants, two swimming pools, a spa, a tennis court and a chipping and putting green designed by Gary Player. The gardens are very beautiful and the service impressive.

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