overview

An escape from the city within the city
As soon as you open the wooden gates, it’s hard to believe you’re still in the city centre. You discover a magnificent 19th-century farm building set in a garden dotted with antique tables and chairs under old pomegranate, guava, avocado and olive trees. And that’s what makes La Grenadine so special: just outside this idyllic setting is a vibrant neighborhood (Kloof Street) full of restaurants, coffee shops, young South African designers, a wellness centre, cinemas, galleries and museums…

Modern meets vintage
Originally from France, we fell in love with Cape Town some years ago and decided to stay. As we both come from artistic backgrounds (Mélodie in performance, tango and theatre, and Maxime in music), we decided to take on the massive task of transforming what was a quaint farmstead into today’s eye-catching layout. Employing the best of local design talent, we had a lot of fun matching vintage and modern as we individually designed five beautiful en-suite bedrooms in a unique mix of industrial and French Provençal styles.

La Grenadine’s spirit
We see La Grenadine not merely as a guesthouse, but – whether it’s in the form of a debate in front of a wintry fire, or a summer evening party that moves to the music of our extensive record collection – as a home away from home. We’d like you to see it that way too. Feel free to borrow a book from our eclectic collection and read it in the orchard, select your favourite jazz or soul record, sip tea from antique Meakin crockery, or snuggle under French hand-embroidered linen while watching a DVD.

Social responsibility
We’re environmentally conscious too: wherever possible, the guesthouse is environment-friendly, with low-usage plumbing, solar panels and efficient heating keeping energy consumption to a minimum, while 1% of turnover goes to NGOs, charities and other worthy causes.
We look forward to welcoming you at La Grenadine…

Maxime & Mélodie

Features

An elegant guest house tucked away in the heart of Cape Town. Choose from 5 lovely en-suite bedrooms and enjoy a traditional French breakfast of fresh croissants, pain au chocolat, baguette, fresh fruit salad, homemade muesli, fresh juices, and homemade jams served in the lounge or in the garden. Close to all the exciting attractions Cape Town has to offer.

 


rates

October 2017 to April 2018:

Garden room 1: R2180/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 2: R2180/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 3: R1860/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 4: R2590/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 5: R2590/room/night including breakfast
The cottage (2 bedrooms): R3980/night including breakfast
La Parisienne (3 bedrooms): R4250/night including breakfast

May 2018 to September 2018:

Garden room 1: R1850/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 2: R1850/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 3: R1650/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 4: R2090/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 5: R2090/room/night including breakfast
The cottage (2 bedrooms): R3660/night including breakfast
La Parisienne (3 bedrooms): R3850/night including breakfast


October 2018 to April 2019:

Garden room 1: R2380/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 2: R2380/room/night including breakfast
Garden room 3: R1990/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 4: R2790/room/night including breakfast
Mountain view room 5: R2790/room/night including breakfast
The cottage (2 bedrooms): R4290/night including breakfast
La Parisienne (3 bedrooms): R4490/night including breakfast

map & directions

GPS: Latitude : -33.92885 Longitude : 18.41028 Directions: Drive from the airport along the N2 highway towards CITY / CAPE TOWN. Follow the M6 Seapoint/CTICC/Waterfront overhead signs to the firstt traffic light intersection. You will cross 6 traffic light intersections, before you reach the guesthouse. Follow the M62 Camps Bay/Table Mountain signs along Buitengracht Street for 2km. Look out for a CALTEX petrol station on the left at the 6th traffic light intersection. Do not turn left into Buitensingel Street. (Even if the GPS indicates left!) Cross over into New Church Street. (Buitengracht becomes New Church Street) Take your first street to the left. This is Park Road. We are 15 Park Road, at the end of the little alley way, right opposite Rick's Café.

enquiries & reservations

15 Park Road, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001

  • Tel: (+27 21) 424 1358
  • Cell: (+27 76) 240 6002

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