While at More Quarters, make like a local and explore the quirky neighbourhoods of the city bowl, all within easy reach. Make your way along Kloof street, popping into some of the locally owned boutiques, grabbing a coffee or smoothie to go at Knead Bakery. Love wine? Spend the afternoon exploring the Constantia Winelands.
If you're in the mood for some fresh sea air, Camps Bay is the place to go. Head over the hill, and you'll be in for an added treat with its plethora of excellent restaurants. Try Llandudno for a spot of sunbathing, and Kommetjie and Muizenberg for some of the best and most consistent waves on the Cape Peninsula. Meet the seals at Hout Bay which lies 15 minutes from the city along a wide road which hugs the Atlantic coastline.
While you're in the city, be sure to pop into Bo-Kaap, also known as the 'area with the colourful houses'. This historic neighbourhood in Cape Town was previously known as the Malay Quarter and represents the heart of Cape Malay culture.
The Company's Gardens is not too far off from More Quarters. This Cape Town park and heritage site was originally created in the 1650s by the first European settlers and provided fertile ground to grow fresh produce to replenish ships rounding the Cape. It features a fresh herb and vegetable garden and also a beautiful rose garden. Take a light stroll, meet the squirrels, then grab a cup of coffee at the Company Gardens Restaurant.