Centrally situated in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, Kolping Guest House is ideally situated for the corporate or leisure visitor to our shores. Just five minutes from the beautiful vineyards of the Durbanville Wine Valley and in close proximity to the Cape Town, Bellville and Durbanville CBD's, Cape Town's tourism hotspots, restaurants, coffee shops, world class shopping centres, golf courses, hospitals and beaches.
Exhibits simulate local conditions of our 2 oceans surrounding our magnificent shores & include specimens e.g. sharks, penguins, seals, sun fish and much more. This is specatacle not to be missed. Open daily 365 days a year 09H30 to 18H00.
Beaches are a scenic 25 minute's drive from Kolping Guest House. Head out to Blaauberg's Big Bay and Melkbos via the winding Durbanville Winelands or out to Clifton's world famous beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard.
One of the most spectacular drives in the world. From Cape Town around the Peninsula along the False Bay coastline via Cape Point and back along the Atlantic coast via Hout Bay, Clifton's famous beaches and Sea Point.
Castle of Good HopeThis is the oldest building in South Africa and was built by the VOC to protect the refreshment station at the Cape of Good Hope from pirates and competitors plying the trade routes between Europe and Asia.
Company's GardenSituated at the very top of Adderley Street in Cape Town City Centre, the Company's Garden was originally established to provide fresh fruit and vegetable for the seamen sailing from Holland to Indonesia. The beautiful Garden is home to several landmark buildings including Parliament, SA Museum, SA National Gallery, Slave Lodge, St George's Cathedral, the Jewish Museum and the University of Cape Town's City Campus.