Prima 17 screams sophistication and provides modern luxurious accommodation. With 5 en-suite bedrooms and lots of space, you’re all set for a wonderful holiday experience.
Situated between the Twelve Apostles and the popular Camps Bay beach, Prima 17 offers breathtaking views and all directions. The villa has been designed with attention to details and boasts beautiful sea and mountain views in each bedroom.
Enjoy the outdoors with the luxury of built-in BBQ’s on the covered front deck area and in the private rear garden. The deck area is built to enjoy the outdoors through whatever weather. The pool is located in the center of the house and will refresh you from the early morning until the sun goes down.
Various features of the home are controlled by an iPad and in-room media includes an iPod docking station and satellite TV. All the bedrooms are air-conditioned, spacious and fitted with deluxe bedding. For nights indoors, enjoy watching movies on the projector in the living room. Choose Prima 17 for your next vacation trip and ensure quality service and accommodation.
- Sheltered Patio
- Swimming pool
- Built-in barbecues
Staff & Services
- Armed response
- Solar heating
- Butler service available which include laundry, daily housekeeping and breakfast.
⭐️ Luxury lovers
⭐️ Family holidays
⭐️ Romantic couples
⭐️ Business or corporate travel
What We Love
❤️ The attention to details and property luxuries
❤️ Watching movies on the projector
❤️ Enjoying BBQ's without worrying about the weather
❤️ Sundowners by the pool
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- Alarm system
- Elevator in building
- Flatscreen TV
- iPod Docking Station
- Private outdoor pool
- Staff Quarters
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Culture and history info
The first residents of Camps Bay were the San (Hunter Gatherers) and the Goringqhaique, Khoi pastorates. When Jan van Riebeek established a refreshment station for the VOC (Dutch East India Company), the 12 Apostles were covered in forests with lion, leopard and antelope.
In competition with the more recent settlers, the Gringqhaique lost their grazing lands on the south east slopes of Table Mountain and in 1657 were restricted to Camps Bay.
By 1713 the number of Gringqhaique population had been reduced by measles and smallpox. All that was left of their settlement was an old kraal (Oudekraal).
The area was then granted to John Lodewyk Wernich and passed from father to son. Johan Wernich married Anna Koekemoer, who on his death in 1778, married Fredrick Ernst von Kamptz, a sailor and the area became known as “Die Baai van von Kamptz”.
For most of the 1800s Camps Bay was undeveloped. Lord Charles Somerset used the area for hunting and used the Roundhouse as his lodge. Kloof Road was built in 1848 and in 1884 Thomas Bain was commissioned to build a road from Sea Point to Camps Bay using convict labour.
The road was completed in 1887 and named Victoria road to honour Queen Victoria’s jubilee in 1888. The road allowed people to cycle out to Camps Bay which had gained popularity as a picnic site. This led to the development, in 1901 of the Camps Bay tramway to bring people out for the day and with it the development of the tidal pools, the Rotunda (now the Bay Hotel) and a pavilion for concerts and shows.
In 1913 Camps Bay was incorporated into Cape Town although it was still seen as a recreational area rather than a residential area.