Tyger Hills Guest House is an owner managed, award winning guest house in Loevenstein, Bellville - one of the northern suburbs of Cape Town. As a 3-star graded establishment you can expect very good quality in the overall standard of facilities, furnishings, service and guest care at affordable rates. This is the reason why our guests refer to Tyger Hills Guest House as "A Place called Home."
All rooms have private entrances, each with its own bathroom, kitchenette and dining area. Each room has a different view: some of the garden and pool and some of the mountains and city lights.
An air conditioner and a TV with DSTV channels are standard in each room. For your convenience, free Wi-Fi is available in your room. Safe parking is provided on site.
For quality assurance, we are affiliated to: Tourism Grading Council of South Africa, National Accommodation Association of South Africa (NAA-SA), Accommodation Cape Town North (ACTN), Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor (2016 - 2018), Western Cape winner of Lilizela Tourism Award 2018 in the 3-star Guest House category, and finalist in 2019.
We are within walking distance from the Tijger Clinic and the Tygerberg Office Park. A short drive from us is Tygervalley Shopping Mall, Stellenbosch University Business School, Karl Bremer Hospital, Panorama Mediclinic and Tygerberg Hospital. The University of Western Cape is a mere 8km from us; Cape Town International Airport is only 12 km away and we are 20 km from Cape Town.
We are situated close to the business areas of Bellville, Parow, Durbanville and Goodwood.
Tyger Hills Guest House is centrally located to all the attractions that made Cape Town famous. You can visit Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and Robben Island to the south. The Durbanville wine route is a short drive from us, and the wine routes of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschoek are within easy reach to the north.
Tyger Hills Guest House embraces the principles of Sustainable Development and Tourism. We are committed to conduct our daily operations to minimize environmental risks and its impact on the environment.
The health and safety of our team members and our guests are of utmost importance to us. Our aim is to adhere to Covid-19 protocols, in addition to standard occupational health and safety measures, as suggested by tourism industry leaders.
The following measures are implemented according to guidelines: