Whether you are South African or visiting South Africa, there is no denying that there is no other place in the world that can take your breath away all year round. The Mother City is particularly beautiful, showing off its extensive mountain ranges and beautiful ocean views.
The weather in the Cape in June is particularly interesting as the temperature starts to fall lower and rainfall is at its optimum. If you’re planning to visit, you’re probably looking at temperatures around the 18℃ mark so visiting coffee shops, galleries and whale watching with a toasty cup of hot chocolate in-hand is a must for this time of the year.
Private, luxury views
The views from anywhere you stand are pretty breathtaking, but you’ll have to share them with the rest of the world. The view from the Anassa Villa in Clifton spoils you with full mountain and partial sea views and the only reason why the sea views are partial is because of the luscious greenery protecting the privacy of this beautiful home.
Guests can enjoy four ensuite bedrooms, wrap-around balconies, wine cellar and luxurious entertainment area. 24hour security, butler and concierge and hotel services.
Out on the town
The beauty of staying at the Anassa Villa is that whether you prefer to stay in and enjoy the views in silence or if you’d like to wander a little further into the City, the choice is yours. A wide array of shops and restaurants, as well as coffee shops and pubs, greet you along quaint streets. While galleries, such as the amazing Gallery MOMO, museums and exhibitions draw you into experience all the fair Cape has to offer.
Deciding to visit Cape Town in the winter will be an unforgettable experience leaving you wanting to come back and experience more and more, in every season.
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