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dk villas Dwarskersbos – A Breath of Fresh Air

My family and I escaped the crowded beaches close to Cape Town during the school holidays and headed a little further north along the Cape’s West Coast to spend a couple of carefree days in Dwarskersbos.

It’s the small things that make this beach apartment stand out from other beach cottages I’ve stayed in. In many ways dk villas Dwarskersbos is understated – as a beach house should be – and yet there are luxurious touches all over to enhance your stay. Read more.

A local’s guide to a luxurious, self-catered weekend in Hout Bay | Traveller24

Walking into The Boardwalk apartment at DK Villas is a sensory treat that immediately tells you – this is going to be great.

Before your eyes are even able to process the stunning decor that will be yours to marvel at for the weekend, your nose is greeted by what I would argue is one of the top five scents on the planet. I still cannot get over just how amazing the space smells so if you’ll indulge my mental imagery. Read more.

A villa made with love | Gone Travelling

In the quirky seaside town of Hout Bay, you’ll find Harbour View – one of the three luxury self-catering accommodation available within the DK Villas group. Couple and co-owners Johann and Petra de Kock have put everything into the construction of their villas, and it is this passion and absolute attention to detail that make Harbour View the perfect choice for a home away from home. Harbour View is elegant without being pretentious and cozy without being cramped. Read more.

Living like a local | SA Express airlines in-flight magazine

Hout Bay, situated just 30 minutes from the city bowl, has great restaurants, shops, coffee bars and markets, and is also the gateway to the spectacular Chapman’sPeak, meaning mountains and nature galore. Unlike its more cosmopolitan seaside counterparts – Camps Bay and Clifton – Hout Bay is not over-populated with expensive hotels and over-priced guesthouses, making it the perfect escape from the maddening crowds during Cape Town’s peak summer season. It’s the kind of place where those who seek a more relaxed holiday venture to – those who want to spend balmy days exploring the beaches, harbour, and markets, and quiet evenings with loved ones over wine and delicious food. Read more.

WILD AND RUGGED, THE VAST OPEN SPACES OF DWARSKERSBOS OFFER A RESTORATIVE WEEKEND GETAWAY | Eat Play Drink

Having said that, our accommodation for the two nights in this remote West Coast location just outside of Veldrif was in housing complex.

Formerly the private beach home of Johann and Petra de Kock – co-owners of dk villas – it is, we have it on good authority from the neighbours, the most beautifully decorated property in the whole of Skilliepark.

It’s a claim I can easily believe is legitimate. Read more.

DK VILLAS AT SKILLIEPARK, DWARSKERSBOS | The Tipsy Gypsy

To me, the West Coast is ruggedly beautiful with a few rough edges. One day it’s sunny and hot with magnificent sunsets, the next the wind is howling while the sea is raging. To be honest, you never really know what you are going to get when you visit the West Coast! But if you are looking for somewhere cosy and comfortable to stay while exploring the area, then the beach apartment at Skilliepark in Dwarskersbos is guaranteed to be a safe bet! If the weather plays nicely, then it’s the perfect lock-up-and-go place, but if the weather turns foul, there’s soft couches, cosy beds and a giant flatscreen TV with DSTV to make being indoors a pleasure. Read more.