Stay At A Magical Guest House In A City You Won’t Forget!

Welcome To Anchor Bay Guest House!

As you walk into our front door, you will experience the warm and friendly hospitality that makes the most beautiful city in the world so special.

Anchor Bay Guest House is nestled on the slopes of Table Mountain within walking distance from the famous restaurants and nightlife of Sea Point. Less than 3.5 km away is the CBD of Cape Town, Cape Town Stadium, and of course, the extraordinary V&A Waterfront – a world-famous working harbour with many speciality restaurants, shops, boutiques, boat cruises, ferries to Robben Island, an aquarium and much more. The Cape Town International Convention Centre is also 5 minutes away if you are here to attend a conference and looking for the perfect accommodation to serve as your home base while you are working.

Anchor Bay Guest House
Anchor Bay Guest House Sun Deck
Anchor Bay Guest House Lounge

Why Stay With Us?

Anchor Bay Guest House is centrally located and a short distance away from all the major attractions in Cape Town. Your stay will be complemented with beautiful sea views and punctuated with stunning sunrises and sunsets as only the African continent can paint.

If you have a look at our comfortable and secure rooms, you will understand why our guests return time after time and why they appreciate the value they get for their money.

We also offer free WiFi!



  • Trip Advisor award of excellence
  • rated 9.6 out of 10
  • Agoda award of excellence

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What Our Happy Guests Have To Say:


We had a lovely stay at the Anchor Bay Guest House – Burt was very helpful and kind and we felt at home from the first day on – the rooms are clean, modern and the bed is comfortable – The bath is also very nice and ac and ventilator are working fine – The shared living room has free…

Marcel H

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Did You Know?


Table Mountain

Offering a stunning panoramic view of the entire city, this famous flat-topped mountain is synonymous with the Cape of Storms. It presides over Cape Town's history, and the stories of the city are engraved into its form.


Robben Island

The once isolated Alcatraz of South Africa's political prisoners (including Nelson Mandela) now boasts a museum and beautiful nature reserve.


Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Established in 1913 to protect local fauna and flora, Kirstenbosch was the world's first botanical garden and is a place of extraordinary natural beauty.


The Castle of Good Hope

Built as a fortress between 1666 and 1667, the Castle of Good Hope is South Africa's oldest building.


The V&A Waterfront

With its great harbour, beautifully maintained historical buildings and up-market dining and shopping options, it is little wonder that the V&A Waterfront is one of the city's favourite spots.


Green Market Square

A cosmopolitan melting pot in the heart of the Cape Town – complete with Rastafarians, djembe drums, and curios from across the continent – this is one market you don't want to miss!


The Cape Town Stadium

Located in Green Point and designed to replicate a cloud descending the slopes of Table Mountain, this stadium proudly co-hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2010.


Cape Town's Wine Routes

Some of the country's best wines are born on the wine farms of Constantia, and in the Helderberg and Durbanville wine valleys, against sublime backdrops and rolling vineyards.


Boulders Beach

Home to a colony of endangered African Penguins, Boulders Beach – situated just outside historic Simon's Town – is a beloved destination for locals and visitors alike.


Cape Point

Cape Point is the south-westernmost point of the peninsula, and is home to a great variety of animals and the rich diversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom.


Chapman’s Peak


This is one of the world's most visually striking scenic drives. It opened in 1922 and winds for approximately 10 km, linking the villages of Hout Bay and Noordhoek.


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