Cape Cadogan


The Cape Cadogan is a stately double-storeyed Georgian and Victorian building that dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was originally a single story Georgian farmhouse which was ‘Victorianised’ in the later part of the century. A second floor was added by the owner, Mr Heinrich Becker, in 1912 using Ernst Seelinger – a renowned architect and builder of this era.

The hotel is authentic Cape Town at its loveliest – beauty, sophisticated charm and quirky personality in equal measures. Set just off the buzzing Kloof Street in a scenic suburb of Cape Town, you can live like a local and still be treated as a guest. Take a walk to the buzzing bistros, boutiques, cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy the energy of the city and truly live Cape Town.


Why we like it

Located in trendy Kloof area at the foot of Table Mountain

Within walking distance of many shops & restaurants

Small and intimate hotel

Only 10 Minutes from beaches and V&A Waterfront




Eating out

Eye See Africa arranged activities



South Africa, Cape Town