Beach pool, boma and airy stocked bar
big king-sized beds in all our rooms
our breakfast area for the most important meal of the day.
our relaxing lounge and breakfast area
At the Orange Inn Melkbosstrand, you can expect a warm welcome and luxury accommodation in Melkbosstrand.
The Orange Inn guest house is situated just a short drive from central Cape Town in Duynefontein, Melkbosstrand, named after the Milkwood (Melkbos in Afrikaans) trees that grow to the north of the town and the gateway to the beautiful West Coast.
Relax in the comfort of one of the spacious, luxury bedroom suites. With a short hop you can visit the known Melkbosstrand beach, unwind in the downstairs lounge or in the privacy of your own patio (with most rooms). You can cool off in the sparkling beach-type swimming pool or relax at our entertainment area with braai facility complete with honesty bar. After a peaceful night’s sleep, enjoy a mouth-watering English- or Continental breakfast in the sunny poolside enclosure.
Other facilities we offer at Orange Inn are:〉Free WiFi.〉Free on-site parking.〉Quality beds, linen and furniture.〉Laundry facility.〉Breakfast included for all our guests.〉Air conditioning in all our rooms.〉”Hotel package” DSTV TV channels in all our rooms.
Orange Inn Melkbosstrand is situated off the R27 Coastal route and N7 Main Cape/Namibia route, an easy 30 km from downtown Cape Town and only 28 km from Cape Town International Airport. Safe, under cover, off street parking is available for our guests. Assorted quality restaurants and many activities are within close distance. See our location on the map.
Luxury accommodation in Melkbosstrand – The Orange Inn makes it happen.
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NOTICE:Currently there is a general problem with water supply problems in the Duynefontein area where we are situated.Due to normalizing of water pressure after the water savings measures from the city of Cape Town, the Duynefontein area water pipes are showing their age and failures are being reported. The City of Cape Town has ensured us that they are on top of things and issues have mostly been resolvedWe apologize for the inconvenience, but it’s completely out of our control. Normal operation should soon be occuring (2 January 2020).