The Lookout, a sublime, eclectic property situated in Bantry Bay, Cape Town

The Lookout, offers discerning travelers the perfect location in which to enjoy a worldly experience in the heart of one of Cape Town’s upper tier neighbourhoods.

Upon entering The Lookout, a meandering pathway leads you down to the parking area, which allows for four to six vehicles. The pathway is home to some of The Cape’s most stunning fynbos gardens, housing thousands of stunning flowers, in full bloom.

The home is also extremely secure, offering boom gated entry, exterior motion beams and is fully alarmed.

The Lookout has been elegantly furnished with items from the property owners extensive travels, that transport you to different global locations, all in one home.

This unique space offers two(2) bedrooms, intimately accommodating no more than four(4) people and is ideal for small families on an experiential getaway.

The Lookout is positioned with stunning views of the ocean and offers a central location and is close to all amenities with local, award winning restaurants all within very close proximity and some of the countries best nightlife are within a 1-10 km radius.

The home is fully equipped to offer travelers the opportunity to be transported into a world not normally afforded in Cape Town’s predominantly minimalist homes.

Previous Guests have reviewed the property as per the below:

The House is truly breath taking. From the explosion of verdant life and colour when one enters through the reserve, like Alice going through the rabbit hole and into another world, filled with objects that intrigue and mystify, Each with their own tale and story to be told. It has the most dream like rhythm and poetry, tied together by the use of colour and temperature changes, as well as satisfying the wildest imaginations of romance and beauty. A Maharaja’s tea hut suspended above a swimming pool adorned with statues and columns carved by exotic empires and kingdoms centuries ago. A Buddhist meditation seat floats with the tea hut gazing into the infinite watery horizon and on to the icey South Pole. Iron and copper clad doors that once welcomed and defended the palaces of Rajasthan beckon and entice the eye leading one on to a writing desk that can only be fit for an emperor or Tsar, with its gleaming metal work and inlay that shimmers in the candle light. The canvased walls and polished wooden columns enhance the feeling that one has perhaps stepped into Napoleons campaign tent. Pure poetry! It is a place that evokes a period of profound meditative gratitude and awareness.

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