Villa Rosina

My ideal Hideaway in the city. We have always loved the style of Tanya Sturgeon- Interior Decorator and Fabric Designer. Villa Rosina is a country cottage on the edge of the city in a leafy tree-lined street in Tamboerskloof, Cape Town. The house is unique in its very eclectic decor style with special collected pieces, old lamps, collector artworks and comfortable upholstered sleigh bed. The interior has been lovingly created by Tanya Sturgeon “Lampshades and scatter cushions are like jewellery or a pair of really good heels – they complete the outfit.” The living area is a theatrical mix of patterned fuchsia, plush crimson Draylon, amethyst, sapphire and bottle-green velvet and shimmering taupe silk and linen on a backdrop of inky charcoal.

The garden is a delightful oasis with a view of Table Mountain. It has a pool, a water feature, a lemon tree, a passion fruit creeper full of flowers and fresh herbs in pots. The 2 bathrooms are glass conservatories and are flooded with light. The hob in the kitchen is in a central white marble island with bar stools around it. It’s the heart of the house with glass doors and a view of the garden.

Spend days poolside in the garden and evenings out and about in the city at one of the many award-winning restaurants and cafes nearby- or cook up a storm in the country kitchen. The waterfront is close by for shopping and the Atlantic Seaboard is a short drive away- for a day at the beach in Clifton or Camps Bay.

Thank you for considering Villa Rosina for your stay in Cape Town. Book with Us for the lowest rates available online, guaranteed!




3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 6 Sleeps


GardenMountain Views


Satellite TVPrivate Swimming Pool

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