Welcome to African Queen
We're proud to announce that African Queen Guesthouse has earned the 2014 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. We've reached a satisfaction level of 98% and are the nr. 1 rated Guesthouse and B&B in Noordhoek, Cape Town!
African Queen Guesthouse is situated in the beautiful Cape Town suburb of Noordhoek nestled at the foot of Chapman’s Peak which is one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world. It is perfect to discover the Cape Peninsula because of its central location to the main attractions: Constantia with her wine estates and Kirstenbosch botanical gardens, the Cape Point nature reserve, the penguin colony in Boulders and charming villages such as Hout Bay, Kalk Bay and Simonstown are all within easy reach. And last but not least is the vibrant centre of Cape Town with her world famous Table Mountain and V&A Waterfront only a 30 minutes drive away. Within 15 minutes there are three fantastic 18-hole golf courses: Westlake, Clovelly and Steenberg.
Between your explorations of this beautiful area you can come to rest in the picturesque rural Noordhoek. Here you can enjoy one of South Africa’s most magnificient beaches! You can explore this 7 km white sandy beach on horseback, surf its majestic waves and even spot some whales if you are lucky. There is also the Silvermine nature reserve, Cape Point Vineyard wine-estate and delightful restaurants like The Foodbarn.
After a good night’s sleep in one of our comfortable king size beds, you will wake up in a stylish yet cosy room. To start the day as an African Queen (or King) we serve you a delicious and healthy organic breakfast consisting of South Africa’s finest selection of fresh fruits, a wide variety of bread, yoghurt, bacon & eggs, Belgian pain perdu and much more. In the evening you can watch the sunset from our deck or swimming pool whilst sipping a sundowner! South Africans call it a 'skemerkelkie'...
In short, an unforgettable holiday experience and Marc and Marjolijn are looking looking forward to host you!
More info on this website.
click here for the African Queen leaflet