Accommodation for less than R1000

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Traveling to Cape Town doesn’t need to break the bank, there are options to suit all budgets without having to compromise on safety or comfort. Here are the best stays in Cape Town for under R1,000 per night.

Whether you want to connect with nature, go to the countryside or discover the lights of the city, the Mother City has what you need.

Ashanti Lodge Gardens

Ashanti Lodge Gardens is an inn located at the foot of Table Mountain, a short walk from the city center and offering easy access to many of the city’s attractions. It offers sustainable accommodation for travelers conscious of their eco-footprint and offers a range of options including dormitories, single rooms, double rooms and even camping in the safety of Ashanti Lodge grounds.

Price: Rates start at around R300 per night and vary depending on the season.
Address: 11 Hof St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001

Saltycrax Backpackers and Surf Hostel by CURIOCITY

5 minutes from Blouberg Beach, this hostel is perfect for your adventure holiday in Cape Town. It’s a surfer’s paradise, with Kite Beach – famous for its kitesurfing and spectacular views of Table Mountain – practically on your doorstep. Saltycrax Backpackers is also close to the area’s restaurants, bars and shops where it’s easy to meet other travelers looking for Cape Town’s famous surf scene.

Price: Dormitory beds start at R182 per night while double rooms with en suite bathrooms cost R637 per night for two people.
Address: 20 Briza Rd, Table View, Cape Town, 7439

Backpacker accommodation

Ashby Manor Guest House

Ashby Manor is a guest house located in the suburb of Fresnaye known for its panoramic mountain and ocean views. It’s a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Sea Point and just a 15-minute walk to the beach. This guest house is a heritage building full of Cape character and charm, with a warm atmosphere and all the amenities a traveler could need. They offer double and twin rooms, with some rooms offering highly sought-after ocean views.

Price: 900 R for two people per night.
Address: 242 High Level Rd, Fresnaye, Cape Town, 8005

InnsCape on Castle Hotel

Innscape on Castle is an eclectic boutique hotel located in the city center, just meters from the vibrant energy of Long Street. The rooms have a modern industrial feel and at the entrance to the hotel there is a great cafe to have your morning coffee or a light meal before heading out into town. In just ten minutes on foot, you’ll find yourself strolling through The Company’s Garden, a picturesque downtown green space that combines lush wildlife with Cape Town’s steeped colonial history.

Price: 790 R per room per night (for two people).
Address: 53 Castle St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001


Rondekuil Estates

If you’re looking for a quiet farm holiday near Durbanville’s famous wine valley, Rondekuil Estates is the perfect place. The Country Lodge room is equipped with a private bathroom and a barbecue (braai) on the veranda, overlooking the serene agricultural landscape. Guests can indulge in fishing or bird watching, with the Durbanville metropolitan area a ten-minute drive away.

Price: 900 R per night for two adults.
Address: Malanshoogte Road, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7551

Boulders Beach Hotel, Cafe and Curiosity Shop

No trip to Cape Town is complete without a visit to the penguin colony that calls idyllic Boulders Beach home. Boulders Beach Hotel, Cafe and Curio shop is a charming hotel equipped with all the essentials plus the option of having breakfast overlooking the sparkling waters of False Bay. It is located just 2 km from historic Simon’s Town, home to South Africa’s largest naval base with a history dating back two centuries.

Price: 800 R per night for two adults.
Address: 14 Secluse Ave, Simon’s Town, Cape Town, 7975

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