In 1892, the gracious home of Josina Florentyna Spengler, Leeuwenvoet House, was built. During the 1890’s Josina’s hospitality was famous throughout the city, and today Rod and Helena MacPhail maintain that tradition of hospitality in their beautifully restored home.
This graciously restored Victorian House with its beautiful pressed ceilings and Oregon pine floors and doors, is one hundred and three years old. Situated close to central Cape Town, a six minute car journey takes you to the Water front or Table Mountain. There is a small swimming pool where guests can relax. The guest house consists of eleven luxury rooms, all individually decorated, with en-suite shower and toilet, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, clock radio alarm, TV (with M-net), 100% cotton bed-linen, ceiling fans and heaters for winter. Facilities: Free Luggage storage, Late departure shower, Smoking in public areas only, Itemised telephone accounts, Laundry arranged, Honest bar (self service).