Hout Bay at a glance
Hout Bay and Llandudno are separated from each other by Klein Leeukop and Suikerbossie. Both suburbs have superb sea views and the properties are some of the finest in Cape Town.
Hout Bay is a beautiful seaside valley surrounded by majestic mountains and fringed by pure white sand along the extensive bay. It offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
The area is steeped in history and there are a host of activities from bird and whale watching to fine dining. Dwarfed by mountains on all sides it is one of the few areas in South Africa that is surrounded by nature reserve.
Local residents who are very jealous and protective of the rural setting still fondly refer to Hout Bay as a 'village'. There are four shopping malls and a host of restaurants amongst which is the well-known Mariners Wharf, a world famous emporium of seafood bistros, restaurants, fresh fish and crayfish markets.
The quaint working harbour incorporates its own well-equipped pleasure craft mariner run by the local yacht club. Once a quiet fishing village, Hout Bay is now a popular and bustling coastal resort and a prime investment area.
Part of Llandudno's magic is its setting. Nestling on and between the Klein Leeukop Mountain and the 12th Apostle of Table Mountain, it overlooks a fine, sandy, white beach and the ever changing Atlantic Ocean.
Llandudno is an exclusive Riviera boasting one of the Cape's most sheltered and best-loved beaches. This is a small stretch of very exclusive and private real estate due to the nature of its situation, restricted development and only one access road. Llandudno is a prime investment area with tremendous capital appreciation.
Those who live in Llandudno and work in the centre of Cape Town are able to enjoy one of the most scenic and spectacular drives anywhere in the world each morning as they commute in to the office.