One of our recent visitors was here for the Cape Town Cycle Tour (Argus) which was cancelled for the first time in 40 years because of high winds. Did he let that put him off?…read his story here. MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN 12th March 2017 For 35,999 cyclists the 2017 Cape Town Cycle Tour will […]
Blue skies and sunshine …another glorious winter day at Sea Forever. The sea is icy cold but the sun warm and friendly and the air crisp and clear. Cormorants sunning themselves on the rocks, human families playing on the sand. .
Please note we are taking our own holiday this year for the whole of June. We will be closed. Happy holidays to everyone and see you later in the year. Diane and Peter
This is a reminder, for those of you you have visited recently and seen the mountain post fire, of what it looked like 4 days before the fire hit on 19 Nov 2015.
One of the very best holidays we have had Reviewed by: Happyhippy8 from High Wycombe, United Kingdom Reviewed on: 12/09/2015 for their stay in 11/2015 1229065 – Sea Forever self catering apartment Simons Town Friendly and helpful hosts. Well furnished and equipped. Wonderful views across False Bay. Very quiet and ideal for a complete rest. […]
Peter and Diane wish all our guests a joyous time over the coming holiday – whichever holy days are celebrated – and a peaceful 2016 for all of us. We have enjoyed hosting you all and some of you we will be welcoming for a second or even third time this year. Baobabs are not exactly […]
21 Aug 2015 Several whales giving us a wonderful display today right in front of the house. Sun shining, sea calm…hard to believe it is winter, except that the winter flowers are in full bloom. What a place to live!
Brenda who helps Diane and Peter keep Cape Seaforever and Fig Leaf Cottage sparkling clean is especially pleased with herself today for 2 reasons: Our latest guests had just commented on how clean the apartment is -“immaculate” was the word they used. Also her netball team has just done particularly well in the Pick and Pay […]
Our winter rains are starting and very welcome they are too. All the plants are perking up and everything starting to look green again. Even those badly burned mountains will soon have a fine layer of new green on them.