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ABOUT US

Stienie’s Lodge is self catering accommodation located in Loevenstein, Bellville, just a stone throw away from Cape Town. It offers 2 self-catering flats, fully equipped in a quiet neighbourhood, with a view of Table Mountain. Shopping centres and lots of activities are situated nearby! Cape Town International Airport is easily accessible and is only a 15 minute drive away.

Closeby amenities: Tyger Valley, N1 City Mall, Cape Gate and Century City shopping centres. Tygerberg, Karl Bremer, N1 City, Panorama Medi-Clinic, Melomed and Louis Leipoldt hospitals. The Cape Eye Hospital and Ear Institute is 1 km away.

Fun activities: Weekend park runs in Jack Muller Park, walks in Tygerberg Nature Reserve with its panoramic views, wine tasting or play at Bellville Golf Club. The Bellville Golf Academy and the Velodrome is 10 minutes away.

OUR ROOMS

Each unit can accommodate up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. It is furnished with a double bed and a bunker bed and an en-suite bathroom and kitchenette with everything you’ll need for self-catering. Guests are requested to bring their own towels along. Cleaning services are also available on request.

A TV is available in the room with DSTV channels 1, 2, 3 and KykNet. Only limited Wi-Fi access is available.

There are steps leading to the units, and is therefore unfortunately not wheelchair friendly. We offer secure parking behind a remote-control gate and can also accommodate small sized trailers.

There is a large gazebo with braai facilities, or if you prefer, a large variety of restaurants in the area to cater to your taste.

WHY STAY WITH US?

Braai Area

Secure Parking

Self Catering

WiFi

Long Stay Discount

English/Afrikaans

Our Address - Stienies Lodge

13 Eksteen Street
Loevenstein, Bellville, 7530
GPS co–ordinates: -33.8805555,18.6118113
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Our Phone number - Stienies LodgeMobile: 082 563 8296
Fax: +27 21 913 1925