About Cinnamon House
Offering comfortable beds, luxurious accommodation and breakfasts of unsurpassed quality to its guests; Cinnamon House prides itself on its reputation of being one of the finest bed and breakfast establishments in the greater Cape Town area.
Our 11 tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms appeal to both corporate and leisure travellers alike. Business individuals will find easy access to Century City, Canal Walk and Montague Gardens, as well as Cape Town City Centre and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. A seminar facility has particular appeal to businesses preferring intimate and comfortable surroundings for training and teambuilding exercises. Tasteful business breakfasts and lunches catering for up to 20 people are welcomed.
Cinnamon House is within walking distance of Ocean Square where guests can shop at an upmarket grocery store, liquor store and antique shop. A hungry traveller can also choose to dine from a variety of restaurants as well as takeaway offerings.
For nature lovers, both the Milnerton Golf Course and the Rietvlei Nature Reserve surround the property, allowing for the abundant bird life and tranquillity of the area to be savoured from one of the tastefully decorated Cinnamon House lounge areas.
A member of the Cinnamon House team will meet and greet each guest on arrival. You can be assured that during your stay, the specially-trained team will make every effort to accommodate special requests and provide personalized service.
Conference Venues: Our conference room can seat a maximum of 20 delegates and comes with the standard equipment.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Smoking is not permitted inside the building.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling