A Real Gem hidden in the Cape

By | October 21, 2016

Our website aims to provide Europeans with top quality and unique accommodation experiences not only in Europe but all around the globe. A sober house in Cape Town that is offering a unique accommodation experience has recently been submitted to our directory and we are very excited to present it to our subscribers. What makes Scotswood Sober Living House in Cape Town so unique is mostly explained by it’s name. This beautifully refurbished old Cape farmhouse is nestled in the Constantia Valley in Cape Town on a picturesque and peaceful property. Scotswood is unique in that it provides a much needed sober environment for those travelers that prefer a more healthy and alcohol free environment in which to stay, and these places are few and far between. Scotswood is primarily intended as an accommodation option for those people in early recovery from alcohol or substance abuse and has a fairly stringent admission policy. However, it has become a trending and popular choice for travellers and holiday makers that are trying to maintain their sobriety and would prefer to be in a alcohol free and controlled environment. The sober house in Cape Town is splendidly furnished and offers a wide variety of amenities to it’s guests and residents. The establishment has been up and running for a couple of months now and has already accumulated several great reviews from previous guests and residents. ¬†Scotswood is a family run business and is staffed by qualified staff with first hand experience in dealing with those having difficulty with alcoholism and addiction. Louisa Baronetti manages the day to running of Scotswood sober house, making sure that the guests and residents’ needs are being adequately catered for. For those that are making use of Scotswood for holiday accommodation purposes, the place is ideal. Dinners are provided for 6 nights per week but otherwise meals are self catered in the magnificently equipped communal kitchen. Constantia is centrally located on the Cape Peninsula within easy access to most of Cape Towns attractions. The Cape Winelands, Hout Bay harbor, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Muizenberg beachfront, Table Mountain and the pristine Cape Point Nature Reserve are all within easy traveling distance from Scotswood. It does also cater for guests that are coming straight out of rehabilitation centers and looking for a safe place to stay, however these guests are required to qualify by meeting a strict admission policy.

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