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Rates

Please note the following rates will apply, without exception:

Now: Out of Season: March – November
R500 p.p.p.night
min. 4 people, max 10 people,

min. 2 nights

Peak Season: Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb.
R1’000 p.p.p.night
min. 4 people, max 10 people
min. 5 nights

Ashcrofts Lake House, Cape Town, Self catering house for rent
View from the walk bridge

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Location & Directions

Directions to Ashcrofts Lake House at Marina Da Gama.

Important Note: When using Google maps for directions: Use “72 E Lake Dr”, Park island way, as your Google map point for directions. Then continue on to 83 once you get there.

See Google map below.
Please note that the Google directions are not always correct. The final leg in the trip to 83 East Lake Drive should be via Park Island way. Somehow Google forgot that there is a wall on the Prince George Drive side.
Use 72 E Lake Drive as your Google map point for directions. The continue on to 83 once you get there.

Aerial Views:

Capricorn Square

Shopping Mall only two minutes from Ashcrofts Lake House

During your stay at Ashcofts shopping for your essentials has never been more convenient. Located just off Prince George Drive Muizenburg, a mere two minutes drive. The brand-new look Capricorn Square now offers greater variety, ample free parking all in a safe and secure environment. Anchor tenants include Woolworths Food, Pick ‘n Pay, Clicks, The Vet Store, The Crazy Store and Zone Fitness. Open 7-days a week for shopping pleasure.

Conveniences that are available: Banking, groceries, pharmacy, clothing, fast food, cell shop, and so much more. Click here for the list.

  • Addressc/o Prince George Drive & Dury Road, Muizenberg
Directions from Ashcrofts Lake House to Capricorn Square
Ashcrofts lake house, directions to Capricorn square

Feeding time at Ashcrofts Lake House

An absolute haven for bird lovers, one can sit for hours in Ashcrofts’ lush garden. Family friends & guests just love to feed their left-over toast to the locals!  Marina da Gama offers a secluded and safe environment for various birds. Seen below are some of our feathery friends.

'Feeding Time' for the local ducks
‘Feeding Time’ for the local ducks

The more exotic birds are plentiful too. Seen here is our prize Blue Crane – South Africa’s National bird.  We seem to be getting favour from the Blue Crane as I frequently spot it.

A Blue Crane seen from our patio
A Blue Crane seen from our patio

One of the local Coots
One of the local Coots

Mallard Ducks contemplating a swim in the pool
Mallard Ducks contemplating a swim in the pool