Frequently Asked Questions
is Khayelitsha township located?
Where is Kopanong Bed and Breakfast located?
What transport is available to get to Kopanong?
If I have my own car or a rental car, can I park at Kopanong?
Do you serve dinner at Kopanong?
Is it safe to walk around the township?
How much does it cost to stay at Kopanong?
What can we do while we are staying at Kopanong?
Khayelitsha is located 20 km SE of downtown Capetown, just beyond the Capetown International Airport. It is about 10 minutes from the Airport.
The Kopanong B & B is at C-329 Velani Crescent in Khayelitsha. Take the N2 from Capetown going past the airport. Take exit for Khayelitsha on M44 Mew Way. Cross Landsdowne Road (M9) and the railway tracks, continuing on the Mew Way taking the second left onto Pama Street. (If you continue on M44, you will reach the Lookout Hill tourist center). From Pama Street, turn right on Kusas, and right again to Velani Crescent. Kopanong B & B is at the end of Velani Crescent, on the right side, near the main street.
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You can take a taxi or a public mini-bus. If you let us know, we can arrange a driver to meet you at the airport. We also have an air conditioned van which we can use to transport guests.
Yes. We have secure, off-street parking available for guests.
Yes. If you notify us several days ahead of time, we would be pleased to prepare a delicious, healthy meal with traditional African meat and vegetable dishes for you.
Yes. We are pleased to arrange walking tours for our guests for a separate fee. You will see that we live in an interesting and strong community where the residents work hard to take care of their families and to improve their standard of livelihood.
Rates vary with the season. The price is very reasonable compared with any alternative hotels you might consider. If you contact us, we would be pleased to let you know our rates. Accommodation includes a nutritious cooked breakfast.
Take a guided tour with us and--- visit craft markets --- visit community projects --- have your hair done --- learn about South Africas history by talking with your host and with other township residents --- listen to a local band perform and join in--- sample the local beer.
Of course you can also use Kopanong as a base for visiting the sights of Cape Town and the region.