Villa Andacasa's spectacular setting high up on the mountain slopes overlooking Llandudno beach and the rolling Atlantic waves, combined with the spaciousness and grandeur of the property make this the perfect place to stay in this small, exclusive beach suburb close to Camps Bay.
The villa has five en-suite double bedrooms, all well spaced apart from each other, three with sea-facing balconies and there is extensive living and dining space on the middle and lower levels, opening onto a large sun terrace with pool, koi pond and landscaped gardens.
Llandudno is an exclusive residential suburb about 30 minutes drive from central Cape Town and reached by one of the most scenic coastal roads in the world passing through the equally popular neighbourhoods of Clifton and Camps Bay, with the steep Twelve Apostle mountain range towering high above the road and the ocean below.
Established initially as somewhere for Capetonians to escape to their simple weekend cottage by the sea, most real estate in Llandudno has been developed over the years into large, luxurious villas with gorgeous sea and mountain views but the suburb itself has been very well protected by the residents from commercialization and there are still no shops, restaurants or hotels permitted in Llandudno.
This gives Llandudno a very peaceful, local feel to be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike with the focus very much on the gorgeous wide sandy beach at the bottom of the steep road winding down the mountain slope through the suburb. The beach is fringed by huge dramatic white boulders and is one of the best in the area for surfing or just relaxing on a hot summer's day, or chilling with a cool drink as the sun sets over the waves.
The absence of shopping and dining facilities in Llandudno itself really adds rather than detracts to its appeal, with Hout Bay's large shopping centre and many bars and restaurants just 5 minutes away.
Villa rentals require a minimum 5+ night stay