BO-KAPIE (1833) is, as its name implies, a typical example of the multi coloured houses found in the Bo-Kaap. Nestling under the steep slopes of Signal Hill in Cape Town, the Bo-Kaap is where Malay residents, forcibly brought to the Cape, made their homes after slavery was abolished in the 1830’s. It is known as the Malay/Islamic Quarter of Cape Town ( “Slamse Buurt”).
Sleeps 2 Sleeps 2 persons ( Double Bed)
En suite bathroom with bath and shower
Tea/Coffee making facility and a microwave oven.
217 Voortrek Street,
CELL: +27(0) 83 287 6764
TEL: +27(0) 28 514 3258