Cabine du Cap consists of the Main Cabin and Goshawk’s Nest (deluxe safari tent) and also Weaver’s Nest (plush safari tent).

The Main Cabin sleeps two people (extra length double bed and thick luxury mattress) and has space for a baby cot (supplied without linen). Fully off the grid. Pics below.

The Main Cabin has an indoor bathroom with toilet and shower (windows to the bush) and an outdoor tin bath under the stars. There is an undercover changing area next to the outdoor bath. Africology toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, Nespresso coffee machine, full-size fridge/freezer, stove, oven, toaster, kitchenette washing area, heating, private fireplace and lounge area on undercover deck.

Optional Add-ons – Single bed stretchers are available as an optional add-on for kids, at R500 a day. This includes 100% cotton linen and breakfast. There is also a travel cot for babies at no charge – but you would need to bring your own linen for that. 

Goshawk’s Nest (pics below) is a deluxe safari tent and is available for an additional 2 people, featuring its own private deck, indoor bathroom (with bath on legs, double copper basins and toilet), outdoor shower and bath under the stars. There is an extra length Queen bed and thick luxury mattress. Nespresso coffee, Smeg mini-bar, 100% cotton linen, extra-length beds, Africology toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, swimming pools, indoor + outdoor bathrooms. Fully off the grid. Pics below.

Weaver’s Nest is a plush safari tent, sleeping two. It is available in addition to the Cabin and  Goshawk’s Nest (booked together) and shares the Main Cabin’s bathroom. Great for extra friends, nannies, grannies or kids. Find out more about Weaver’s Nest here.

We have single camping stretcher beds (X2) for kids, which can be added to your booking. This comes with cotton linen.

When you make your booking you can choose either self-catering or catered.


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Main Cabin to the left and Goshawk’s Nest to the right. They cannot see each other directly and are separated by the boma and plunge pool area.

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