Table Mountain National Park has various rest camps and cottages, but is within close proximity to many guest houses and hotels located throughout Cape Town and is perfect for day trips.
For those wanting a more rustic experience in the wilderness of Table Mountain National Park - try a stay at Hoerikwaggo Tented Camps, hiking accommodation with hot water, comfortable beds, fully equipped self-catering communal kitchens, dining areas and communal bathrooms.
Hikers can sleep over at the beautiful Overseers Cottage on top of Table Mountain, which can accommodate up to 16 guests in 2 fully equipped and self-catered units. Overseers Cottage has no electricity so guests need to supply their own wood, firelighters and matches. Gas geysers and a gas stove are supplied.
Overnight on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, at the historic Platteklip Wash House offering self-catering accommodation sleeping 4 guests per room, sharing a communal bathroom, kitchen and lounge with a fireplace.
Eland Family Cottage and Duiker Family Cottage are located in the Cape of Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park. They are located inland and have electricity and a fully equipped kitchen, lounge and enclosed patio. Each cottage sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms.
Olifantsbos Guest House in the Cape of Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park has one of the best locations right on the beach. The main cottage has 3 double rooms, a kitchen, bathroom, open plan lounge, dining area and fireplace. There is also a braai area with a boardwalk leading to the beach.
After a wonderful time exploring the tranquil nature of Table Mountain National Park, guests can also explore the Mother City and beautiful beaches.