Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 1,500 - 1,500
Pets Permitted?

NB: Always check with the getaway about taking your pets, so make your intentions clear when you send an enquiry.

Midron is a luxurious privately owned house set in the upmarket area of Bishopscourt Village. The house offers comfortable self-catering accommodation ideal for a family vacation. <br /><br />The house is very comfortable with all modern facilities and spacious bedrooms. There are three bedrooms with all bedding provided. The main bedroom has doors leads out onto a patio area and the garden. The spacious open-plan living area has comfortable seating facing a fireplace and the dining area. There is a separate TV lounge with doors leading out into the garden. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering with a dishwasher, fridge-freezer and all cooking appliances and utensils provided.<br /><br />The spacious garden has a swimming pool and braai facilities. The spacious garden leaves plenty of space for your family pet and children to pay. This is a comfortable family home close to the best schools and shopping centres.
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"Spacious family home in brilliant location"
22 Dec 2015
Graeme, South Africa
"Everything about this house was wonderful for a family vacation in Cape Town.The location is very central. The house is big and has everything you could wish for . The housekeeper, Susan, is great."
"Great stay at a home away from home"
05 Dec 2014
Nirvani, South Africa
"This is an amazing home that made us feel at home. The facilities are more than a five star and we will be booking our next cape town stay at this facility. Winette took good care of us. Cheryl was amazing and we had lots of fun. Our next visit will be an extended one. If you are looking for accommodation in Cape Town - look no further"
"Enjoyable stay"
20 Mar 2014
Barry, South Africa
"A lovely spacious old Cape Town house, very convenient for the city and Waterfront. Would love to stay again next year when we are in Cape Town"