De Waterkant on one side...

The village of De Waterkant is an elegant combination of History and Culture with its cobbled streets and its typical buildings housing many artist studios, luxurious shops and countless small restaurants and bars where night owls will rejoice. 

10 minutes' walk from Long Street and the City centre, 20 minutes from the Stadium and the V&A Waterfront. 

...Bo-Kaap on the other side

The name Bo Kaap means "Above the Cape" in Afrikaans, extends on the side of the mountain ‘Signal Hill’ at the gates of the urban center. Built in the seventeenth century, Bo-Kaap is one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods in the South African metropolis with its cobbled streets, houses painted in pastel colours and small mosques whose architecture suggests a touch of South East Asia.

Only a few minutes drive from Gardens and its many restaurants & bars, not far from Clifton and Camps Bay beach.