De Noordhoek Hotel & Village Sushi Restaurant - Cape Town, 7979, South Africa

Things to do when you are in Noordhoek

  • Horse Riding on Noordhoek Beach

The Noordhoek valley remains one of Cape Town’s treasured destinations. Despite her rural atmosphere and rustic surroundings, famous beach, vast wetlands and beautiful Chapman’s Peak Drive she has lots more to offer.

In the Noordhoek Farm Village you’ll find:

Village Sushi
The Toad in the Village (Bob Skinstad’s Restaurant and Pub)
The Food Barn Restaurant and The Foodbarn Deli and Tapas (Franck Dangereux’s home from home)
Cafe Roux
Village Roast

Variety of Boutique Retail

Caroline's Health and Beauty Spa
Escape and Explore Africa

  • Solo Penguin on Boulders Beach

In the vicinity of De Noordhoek lifestyle hotel:

Noordhoek Beach Surf Play and Walk
Horse Riding
Cape Point Vineyards (Tasteing Room and Pinic Venue)
The Red Herring
Monkey Valley Resort

A little further a field:

Clovelly and Westlake Golf Courses
Imhoff Farm
Scratch Patch Gemtones
Kalk Bay and Hout Bay Harbours
Cape Point Ostrich Farm
Boulders Penguin Colony
Chapmans Peak Drive
Silvermine and Table Mountain Nature Reserve
Numerous Mountain Hiking Trails

And when you ready to hit the ‘Big Smoke’ let us know and we will give you some of the trade secrets through our indepth Capetonian knowledge, and that comes free.

  • Camps Bay Beach
  • The Toad Climbing
De Noordhoek Hotel & Village Sushi Restaurant
Noordhoek Farm Village, Village Lane, Noordhoek
Cape Town, 7979, South Africa
Call: +27 21 789 2760

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Welcome to De Noordhoek 'Lifestyle' Hotel and Village Sushi Restaurant

De Noordhoek is a 4 star hotel with 20 bedrooms in the heart of the vibrant Noordhoek Farm Village. Walk to anyone of 5 restaurants, a village pub, live music venue and an array of local artisan shops. The village is about family, friends and fun, a lifestyle you will fall in love with. At the base of Chapman’s Peak with Table Mountain National Park to the one side and the beautiful 7 km's of Noordhoek Beach to the other, this is certainly one of Cape Town's best kept secrets. Families can enjoy interconnecting or family rooms in an environment that children can play safely. The hotel also has a private sheltered swimming pool.The hotel’s own restaurant Village Sushi with Head Chef's Andy and Lili Liu in charge, is renowned for some of the best sushi and Asian cuisine in Cape Town and a prime spot to sit and watch village life go by. With so much on your door step you need to drag yourself to the other areas attractions with the Cape Peninsula Towns of Kalk Bay, Simons Town, Hout Bay and Kommetjie within a 10 to 15 minute drive. Likewise the Constantia Wine Valley also just 10 minutes away and Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront can be reached within 30 minutes.