Glen Avon Boutique Hotel lies within the tranquil valley of the Constantia Winelands, within easy access of the M3 highway, linking it to both Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Table Mountain, Cape Town CBD, the Waterfront and the pristine beaches around the coastal route road towards Cape Point.
The Manor house, Cape Dutch in architecture and built by the early slaves, proudly boasts it’s Arabic connections and although this stately home has been extensively altered over the years, due to it our ever changing history, the estate nowadays is a peaceful haven, set amongst rolling lawns, exquisite rose gardens.

Elegant, private and luxuriously appointed bedrooms and suites are all garden facing and have either a patio or balcony with beautiful vista’s. Each room is individually furnished in a contemporary Cape style and with attention to detail, the comforts of cotton percale, comfy cushions, a mini bar fridge, electric safe, wifi and air-conditioning, are all standard in this five star graded establishment. In addition, our suites are all equipped with a mini kitchenette for longer stays. The en-suite bathrooms are an invitation to pamper, with modern granite and glass finishes to the twin basins, large oval baths and separate walk - in showers. Soft robes and our eco friendly toiletries add to ones relaxation and regeneration.

Enjoy a refreshing dip in the solar heated, saltwater swimming pool and evenings are spent in the guest lounge, where cosy fireside conversations are enjoyed and dinner drinks are served with a warm atmosphere of times gone by. With Yellowwood beams and doors leading out to the large front verandah overlooking the rolling lawns and Iceberg roses, the diningroom is open daily for hearty Continental and full English breakfatsts.breakfasts, with freshly baked pastries being the ‘order of the day’. During the balmy summer months breakfast on the verandah, shaded by lofty umbrella’s and brightly colored tablecloths, is a leisurely affair. The diningroom in the evenings is transformed, as the lights are dimmed for intimate candle- lit dinners. The two or three course set menu, with it’s blend of local and international flavours is further enhanced by the freshly grown herbs and greens from the lodges own veggie patch. The cuisine is tastefully prepared by our resident chefs and served with an air of sophistication and a selection of local premium wines.
As the evening draws to a close, bedside chocolates and weather cards are neatly placed on turndown, encouraging dreams of tomorrow’s adventures.
In line with our ever increasing demands of unemployment, housing, electricity, and water shortages in South Africa, we are involved in various upliftment programs and to becoming more ‘green’. To this end, we have installed solar heating panels, assisted by heat pumps, photo voltaic cells and electricity storage batteries. This combination, assists in the saving of electricity for water heating and our Led light bulbs assist with electricity savings. We also support, ‘Soil for Life’, a local NGO initiative, where unemployed people, are shown how to grow vegetables to feed their families and to sell the surplus to generate an income, while making use of recycling and putting back into the soil. We save all our used teabags, which are used by ‘The teabag factory’ to create employment for people in the Hout Bay area and we encourage our guests to visit these upliftment programs, to view the lovely gifts they produce. All our amenities are eco friendly and we recycle most of our waste, make our own compost, make use of grey water in our toilets and the watering of our gardens.
Glen Avon, has been owned and managed by the Stringer family for the past nineteen years and from its humble beginnings, it has blossomed into that which it is today, a luxury boutique hotel offering the discerning traveller, a haven of peace and tranquility.


Solar Heated swimming pool
fine dining onsite dining room
beautiful landscaped gardens
rose garden
close to all popular Cape Town tourist attractions


1 Apr 2017 to 30 Sept 2017
Room Twin/King R985
Suite Twin/King R1035
Deluxe Suite Twin/King R1100
Additional Bed R550


1 April 2018 to 30 Sept 2018
Room Twin/King R1085
Suite Twin/King R1140
Deluxe Suite Twin/King R1210
Additional Bed R605


1 Oct 2018 to 31 March 2019
Room Twin/King R1860
Suite Twin/King R1925
Deluxe Suite Twin/King R1990
Additional Bed R660


We reserve the right to alter the tariffs without notification. VISA, MASTERCARD, DINERS CLUB and AMERICAN EXPRESS are accepted.
* Reservations are confirmed upon a receipt of a 50 % deposit of the total amount, or by quoting a credit card number with an expiry date.
* The reservation can be released without notification if no deposit is received.
* In the event of a cancellation 30 days prior to arrival, the deposit is fully refundable, less any bank charges
* In the event of a cancellation within 30 days prior to arrival the deposit is non refundable.
* For non cancellation and non arrival, the full room rate will be levied.
* For group bookings or long stays, 10 days or more, a 20 % deposit must be lodged on confirmation of booking. This deposit is non refundable. A further 30 % non refundable deposit is required 60 days before arrival date.
no 1 Strawberry Lane Constantia, 7806, Cape Town, South Africa

map & directions

Directions to Glen Avon Lodge from the Airport: Take the N2 highway towards Cape Town and follow the signs to Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens. As you near the mountain, take the M3 offramp to the left (to Muizenberg / Kirstenbosch – South).DO NOT TAKE THE M5 OFFRAMP TO MUIZENBERG. Continue on the M3 past the Constantia offramp and take the Ladies Mile offramp (Exit 16). When you reach the traffic lights, turn left. At the next set of traffic lights turn left into the M42 to Tokai and follow the road, past Peddlars on the Bend Restaurant on your right hand side. Turn left into Strawberry Lane and first left again into Glen Avon Close, where you follow the signs into the Lodge.

enquiries & reservations

1 Strawberry Lane, Belle Constantia, Cape Town, 7806

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