The Grosvenor Guest House and Self Catering is run by owner Debbie Smuts and Sue who go the extra mile in ensuring that your stay is always a memorable and pleasant experience.
Your welcome is always warm and friendly, your suite well prepared and immaculate. The personnel at The Grosvenor will ensure that anything which may not be to your complete satisfaction is attended to without delay.
Your hostesses are always available to assist you in making informed choices in restaurant venues, tourist attractions, car hire and will assist in travel arrangments where necessary.
Centrally located in Simon's Town high up against the mountain slopes, the Grosvenor Guest House offers you an ideal base from which to explore the Cape Point Route. A winding pathway from the guest house will take you down to the Main Road of Simon's Town and directly into the village with its myriad of interesting little clothing, jewellery, furniture, curio and bric-a-brac stores, coffee shops and restaurants.
At The Grosvenor Guest House we constantly strive to give you the highest standards in accommodation excellence. Accredited by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa, you are assured of constantly high standards at our establishment.
Choose from our sea facing suites or self-catering cottages with private garden and sun-deck. Whatever your choice, The Grosvenor Guest House ensures that your stay will be a memorable one.
Officially called Simon's Town, home to South Africa'S Navy, is also known as Simonstown, as can be found in several print and film media.
Simon's Town was originally named Isselsteijn Bay from a Dutch East Indiaman of the same name who sheltered there in 1671 during a storm. Reports from this ships' crew filtered back to the Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel that the bay provided ideal shelter from the winter winds and storms of Table Bay.