VOC company gardens
Gardens Holiday Apartments, situated at the foot of Table Mountain and very close to the City Centre of Cape Town. Located just off Kloof Nek road, and between Oranjezicht and Tamboerskloof, is also a unique combination of Mediterranean atmosphere and trendy City living.
Gardens is quite close to Cape Town’s Museum which has many major galleries and museums. Also close by is the fascinating District Six Museum for all to enjoy!
This area offers superior Gardens Holiday Apartments and is a central location with a blend of elegance and warm charm.
This area is perfect for both holiday makers and business travelers.
Gardens Holiday Apartments sport and nature
A benefit of staying in the Gardens area is that while it’s within convenient distance of a wide variety of amenities and facilities, it is far enough away from the city centre to offer a quiet alternative to the hustle and bustle of metropolitan life. In this area you can enjoy scenic walks in the Company Gardens take a bicycle ride in and around. You close to all the surrounding areas that offer a variety of sporting activities.
Situated along the lower slopes of Table Mountain, Gardens has an ideal location, which it shares with its neighbouring suburbs of Oranjezicht and Tamboerskloof. What makes this area so special is its close proximity to the attractions of the Cape Town city centre, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay, and popular tourist attraction such as the V&A Waterfront.
Gardens Holiday Apartments culture and history
Lying sandwiched between Oranjezicht and Tamboers kloof, within a stone’s throw of the centre of Cape Town, Gardens is a very popular suburb and one of the oldest and most established parts of Cape Town The Company Gardens is the oldest garden in South Africa and one of Jan van Riebeeck’s initial tasks upon coming ashore at Table Bay in 1652, is just down Government Walk and virtually synonymous with the suburb of Gardens. Initially a vegetable garden to support the European settlement, the gardens are today one of the most botanically interesting city parks in the country.