Winter shouldn’t stop you from exploring our beautiful Mother City and there is definitely something romantic about winters in Cape Town. There are plenty of places to cosy up to in the colder months. Think toasty fireplaces and hearty meals at cosy restaurants. Here are our Top Cosy Places at the Cape Town Big 7 attractions.
It’s no secret that Cape Point can get a bit windy in winter, so after braving the blistering wind a visit the Two Oceans Restaurant will warm you right up! The restaurant has been meticulously designed to give every guest a superb view in classy but comfortable surroundings, and while superbly prepared fresh seafood takes centre stage, their extensive menu provides something special for all tastes and requirements.
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Bring an umbrella and take a walk in the CBD to discover the history, museums, art galleries and more. After your exploring why not dine at the delicious Societi Bistro in Gardens. This renovated old Georgian-style house is located at 50 Orange Street, close to the Company’s Garden. The fireplace and welcoming atmosphere has been described as ‘a home away from home’.
Contact: +27 21 424 2100
Take a brisk walk in the beautiful garden before dining at Moyo Kirstenbosch. Enjoy the cosy and intimate glow of the large fireplace while you dine on a hearty meal. You can expect quality dining, personal service and warmth in this celebrated restaurant.
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Both Simon’s Restuarant and Jonkershuis at Groot Constantia offer toasty fireplaces where one can warm up with good food and award-winning wine.
Jonkershuis Restaurant has a double sided fireplace in the main dining area, while the function room adjacent to the main restaurant has a fireplace at each end.
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Or you could warm up with a romantic Chocolate & Wine pairing with your sweetheart!
Please note that the Table Mountain Cableway will be closed for maintenance from 24 July to 6 August 2017.
The Table Mountain Café has a selection of delicious self-service meals and snacks, including options for kids, as well as tasty pastries and desserts.
Do a little work and enjoy some breakfast at the same time when you visit the Table Mountain Wi-Fi Lounge. They offer great coffee, tea, pastries and light breakfast options.
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The V&A Waterfront offers a wide variety of restaurants, a few of which have roaring fires to help you make this winter a cosier one. Try our Bascule Whiskey, Wine & Cocktail Bar, Dash Restaurant & Bar, The Greek Fisherman, Den Anker, or The Clipper. Find out more here.
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One Destination, 7 Unbelievable Experiences
There is no one way to explore all of the Cape Town Big 7, and much of what makes each of them so special is the variety of things to see and do at each. So if possible, take your time to explore each of the city’s most visited tourist attractions in as much depth as possible – as any local will tell you, you can spend a lifetime at each of the Big 7 and still not tire of them. Find the 3 and 4 day itineraries and tips here.