Bantry Bay’s opulent lodging options provide visitors to South Africa with a wonderful stay while perfectly showcasing the city of Cape Town and its breathtaking beaches. As suggested by its name, Bantry Bay is one of the most secluded bays along the Atlantic Coast, sitting on the rocks overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The area is highly sought-after and, due to its location, serves as an excellent base from which to explore Cape Town, thanks to its crashing waves, breathtaking sunsets, and wind protection.
Although the area doesn’t have any beaches of its own, you may walk to the ones in Clifton or Saunders Rocks, which is where Bantry Bay and Sea Point meet. Sea Point also has a small tidal pool. The highly modern apartments that line the Bantry Bay seafront are as close to the water as you can go. The district hugs the slopes of Lion’s Head.
The V&A Waterfront and the city bowl are only 5 minutes away from Bantry Bay, and the suburb has its own deli. Table Mountain and the cableway are easily accessible from the district.
Go to Sea Point or Camps Bay for additional dining and shopping options; the boardwalk there is ideal for nighttime strolls or morning rambles.