At Ellerman House, guests can relax in the many gracious living rooms that flow onto sweeping verandas and patios. One on the finest collections of original South African art adorn the walls of the hotel and guests are encouraged to linger awhile to appreciate South Africa's finest artworks.
The large heated swimming pool is set amid unrivalled lawned terraces with tall palm trees and provides one of the most perfect and unique vantage points imaginable.
In the bar, guests can savour a drink surrounded by Table Mountain granite blending with skilled stone masonry, sumptuous leather and rich woods. Boasting 4 fully stocked cellars of South African vintage wines, guests can select from over 17 000 bottles! In the Library you'll find a room of warm, sunny disposition, a wide reading selection and a comfortable armchair, waiting to be enjoyed at your leisure.
The fully equipped gym and spa add to the luxury and convenience of Ellerman House. What better way to tone the body surrounded by Ellerman House's unsurpassed views of the Atlantic Ocean. The Ellerman Spa is located in the cutting edge Ellerman Villa and offers a wide variety of professional treatments, ranging from scrubs, wraps, massages, facials and the indulgent 'float on air' treatment.
Relax in the stately library and browse the collection of old, rare and new volumes from the owners' own library collections. Computing equipment is provided to download e-mails and for Internet usage.
Ellerman House is the most stunning location for a romantic honeymoon hideaway in Cape Town. Honeymoon couples experience absolute exclusivity on their private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and, whilst relaxing at the swimming pool in the beautiful lawned terraces of Ellerman House.
Feel pampered by the staff who are available to help you experience an unforgettable honeymoon discovering the Cape's many and varied attractions - sun-drenched beaches, world class restaurants, majestic Table Mountain, spectacular scenic drives, the winelands, the famous V&A waterfront shopping mecca, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and some of the special places that only Capetonians know.