From R495 to R1400 nightly, depending on unit and season
What We Say
"It's a great place to be", according to a recent review on TripAdvisor, and who are we to disagree. Built in a rectangular shape by prisoners back in the day, there are 24 rooms which open onto the central 'parade'. Sounds fancy.
The luxury rooms on offer sport king size beds which makes a comfortable change from your standard-double, and being a bed-and-breakfast means you barely have to lift a finger. There are also twin rooms and family units in case you've reached that stage in life!
Their policy allows for pets (on request) and with pet-friendly accommodation becoming more difficult to find we think this is a good feature.
The location is unique and you certainly won't be bored. You've got the sea and beach nearby, as you would expect, and Sea Villa backs onto the Koegelberg (a UNESCO world heritage site) with ample hiking and pathways to explore. If you visit at the right time of year, you'll be able to do some whale-watching in the bay.
With fresh sea air, lots of activities and the quaint village of Pringle Bay at your fingertips, this makes for a great little escape.
And if you're planning that BIG DAY, then you'll be happy to know they cater for weddings as well, just saying!
Book four nights or more and receive a complimentary dinner. Terms and conditions apply.
"We (husband, wife and 6 month old baby) booked to stay here from 26-31 December 2016. When we arrived, we were warmly welcomed by the manager, Julie, and given a tour of the establishment.Unfortunately, we did not stay the full duration of our stay - checking out after only 2 nights. The reasons for this are as follows: The room is fully tiled with no carpets, which doesn't make it very baby friendly. We either had to carry our son or put him in the cot ALL the time. We couldn't let him down on the ground, for fear that he'd bump his head on the tiling. We were given an extremely loud creaking bed and the camp cot that was given for our son was completely SUB PAR With no mattress but folded up blankets. The room was extremely small, dark and claustrophobic. There was no bar fridge because of the baboons, this was the reason given. We were told that we could use a "community fridge" which turned out to be a huge walk-in fridge that Sea Villa used to keep their stock. Ultimately the place very morbid for lack of a better word. How about getting a table tennis or snooker board? On the plus side, the staff was very friendly and there is a nice view from the breakfast terrace."