Recent Articles PoolOnce derelict concrete grain silos in Cape Town’s docklands reinvented as spectacular art, fashion and design venue
November 8, 2017
Dennie Pasion is a journalist as well as a make up and hair professional writing for us about her involvement with Elle Magazine’s cover shoot and fashion editorial at Cape Town’s MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa) where they had exclusive access before the venue opened to the general public. Take a walk with her through once-abandoned grain silos, lavishly repurposed into a multi-storey exhibition of the best modern art and installations in Africa.Investors in sleek minimal Camps Bay villa new subscribers to our marketing solution
May 23, 2017
Owners and investors: luxurious new Villa Laluna in Camps Bay is the latest to be signed up by its UK owners to our virtual management and online marketing product. See how we can set up the care and maintenance of your investment and optimise yield via platforms like Booking.com and Airbnb.GATE 69- All Seat belt signs are off. Dennie checks out the home of Cathy and The Trolley Dollies in downtown Cape Town
May 21, 2017
Our Cape Town blogger, Dennie, happens to be a world class make up and hair artist. In this Gate 69 post she makes sure that the hair, skin and nails of Cathy Specific and her Trolley Dollies are up to scratch and takes you round their Cape Town cabaret and dinner venue, Gate 69.Tango in Sneakers: Sunday Sea Point Social
May 2, 2017
Sunday Tango social at Cape Town’s Sea Point Pavilion. Phlog (photo+blog) post catching a millisecond of Cape Town life with a write up about what it means to us.The Crystal Method: mobile, wearable, long-lasting, mystical properties. Rock as the ultimate hardware.
May 1, 2017
No left turn unstoned: Mood enhancing rocks and gemstones. Just don’t eat them! Take a piece of Southern Africa’s mineral wealth home with you.Heavy, laden with soul at Odeon: South African functional art to sip from, sprawl on, pore over
April 26, 2017
Smashing Cape ceramics craftily created, crated; couriered cross-continentally. Home ware, fabrics, locally published lifestyle books to use and peruse. Odeon at Watershed captured on blog. Party 3 of our “Made in South Africa” franchise.Something Light: South African animals take time out from being wild to mess around with with colour, context and unpowered flight
March 21, 2017
Today we put on our monocles and become art critics. Images of wild South African creatures in surprising contexts. The rhino hogs the couch, a new colour palette is applied to the zebra. This way please…
Part 2 in our “Made in South Africa” series.
February 28, 2017
Forget about stuffy museums and slick auctioneers: the imaginative gifts and souvenirs created by the craftsmen and cottage industries of Cape Town are art and collectibles without the heavy price tag. And they won’t take up much space in your hand baggage.
Part 1 of 4 posts: more to used teabags than a weak brew.Booking.com awards us with Guest Review Award for 2016
February 6, 2017
Independent reviews from guests that have stayed with us are the ultimate way for us to gauge how we are doing; invaluable in helping other travellers decide where to stay and are testimonials of how effective our marketing and management solution is for our property suppliers and investors.Wave-sushi interaction: Paranga, Camps Bay
February 3, 2017
Sitting just off the Camps Bay beach front pavement, tipping the work leisure balance well into the zone of pampered indolence. Life is good, the waves full of salty energy and Paranga is just the kind of place lap it all up.