Villa St James - False Bay
Hovering over False Bay with 360-degree views of mountain and sea, the enchanting and luxurious Villa St James is a historical national monument built in 1850 in Cape Town, South Africa. It was once home to the British admiralty; the Greek royal family and League of Nations founder Jan Smuts. St James was the first resort area developed by the British in the early 1900ís due to its balmy year round climate, Mediterranean sunshine and warm sea.

The Villa St Jamesí tranquil, romantic, rejuvenating and inspiring beauty is ideal for holidays, weddings, honeymoons, special events, and conferences. The Villa is available in its entirety for long or short periods of time. Though the Villa is self-catering and an oasis of privacy, it is maintained at all times by a courteous and professional staff. Accommodation is available by room or by the villa and is available in its entirety for long or short periods of time. Fine catering is available on the premises by superb local chefs.

The Villa St James, simply put, is massive. The Villa accommodates up to 20 people in eight large bedrooms with extra long beds and five bathrooms. Lavish appointments include Frette linens and towels and goose down duvets. Special details include colourful Moroccan kilims, full-length mirrors, art deco light fixtures, antique furniture and accents. Upstairs living quarters have direct access to the back garden. The bedrooms, each unique in character, are located upstairs and have sea and mountain views from one shared furnished enclosed terrace and several private balconies. Each room is named after the local African flower that best embodies the roomís character. You can actually whale watch from each sea facing room.


Tel (013) 767 1377