Pet friendly for
|Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Hotel, Boutique Hotel, Restaurant, Café, Coffee Shop|
|Dogwalking, DSTV, Bird Watching, Fishing, Surfing, Windsurfing, Kitesurfing, Whale watching, Hiking, Trail Running, Golf, Tennis, Game Viewing, Shopping, Wifi, Swimming, Quad-biking, Mountain Biking, Canoeing|
Pet Accommodation Types
Pet Food Supplied
Enclosed Garden Option
|Warm in summer and cool winters.|
Nearest Vet Name
|Alphen Veterinary Hospital|
Vet Phone Number
Other Info for this area
|A pet-friendly oasis in the Constantia Valley! |
You and your pet are now in reach of everything the breathtaking Cape Town has to offer, from dining to adventures.
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Dog-Friendly Activities in Constantia and Surrounds: Forests, cafes, restaurants, beaches, walks and so many other memorable adventures await during your stay at The Cellars-Hohenort dog-friendly hotel.
Dining: Constantia is home to many dog-friendly restaurants that offer outdoor dining amidst plenty of greenery. Chardonnay Deli, Eagle’s Nest, Pastis, Simon’s at Groot Constantia, and La Parada at Constantia Nek all cater to humans and dogs. In Hout Bay, where you can grab lunch or coffee at Dunes Restaurant & Bar and Massimo’s before heading to the beach with your dog. Other places to explore include Aegir, The Toad in the Village, Café Roux, and The Food Barn in Noordhoek; Rhodes Memorial Restaurant in Newlands; Bootleggers Coffee in Kenilworth; Olympia Cafe and Deli in Kalk Bay; and Lime Tree Café in Bergvliet. In the City Centre, head to Clarke’s Bar and Dining Room, Company’s Garden or Society Bistro in Gardens. Take a drive along the Atlantic Seaboard and stop for a meal at Café Neo in Mouille Point, Jason Baker in Green Point, or Bootleggers Coffee in Bantry Bay or Sea Point. If you’re keen to head out a bit further, try Ons Huisie in Bloubergstrand or take a drive to Castella Amare or Die Damhuise in Melkbosstrand.
Activities & Walks: Constantia is one of the most magical places for dog walks, and every canine will agree after exploring this incredible area. Within close reach of The Cellars-Hohenort, you will find walking trails such as the Constantia Belt, Klassenbosch Trail (just two minutes from the hotel’s entrance), Cecelia Forest (also a short distance away, accessed through Spilhouse and Hohenort Avenues).
Beaches: Cape Town is home to a staggering number of beaches but not all of them are dog-friendly. When in doubt, always look for signage that will let you know if dogs are allowed.
No-leash beaches: Clifton First Beach, Beta Beach in Bakoven; Sunset Beach in Sea Point; Froggy Pond in Simon’s Town; Long Beach in Kommetjie; Noordhoek Beach; Dolphin Beach in Table View; the middle section of Hout Bay Beach; Sunset Beach and Lagoon Beach in Milnerton; and Table View Beach.
Leashed dog beaches include Graaff’s Tidal Pool in Sea Point; Capricorn Beach; Nine Miles Beach in Kommetjie; Dangers near St James; and Milton Beach and Tidal Pool in Sea Point.
Limited access beaches that only allow dogs before 09h00 and after 18h00 between November and April include Big Bay and Blaawberg Beach in Bloubergstrand; Camps Bay Beach; Clifton Fourth; Llandudno; Melkbosstrand Beach; Milnerton Lagoon and Beach near the lighthouse; Saunders Rock Beach and Tidal Pool in Bantry Bay; Three Anchor Bay Beach; Sunrise Beach in Muizenberg; and Mnandi Beach in Strandfontein.
Whichever beach you visit, always make sure that you follow basic guidelines.
Other places to enjoy a walk with your dog include the Blue Route within the Fernkloof Nature Reserve and the Botanical Garden.
The Cellars-Hohenort is all about giving you and your family an experience that will not be forgotten. Book your stay at our award-winning dog-friendly hotel in Constantia now and start planning the ultimate holiday in the beautiful Constantia Valley.