Accommodation in Bellville
Homely Bed and Breakfast, Guest House and Self Catering establishments abound in Bellville where corporate and leisure visitors to Cape Town's Northern Suburb will find themselves right at home in these luxuriously comfortable homes, some of which offer optional dinners on request.
All the home comforts on offer in addition to being so centrally located to Cape Town's CBD, Cape Town International Airport and major sight seeing in and around Cape Town, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Bellville is a former city in the Western Cape province of South Africa; it is now part of the greater Cape Town metropolitan area. It falls within the area of the City of Cape Town municipality.
Originally called "12 Mile Post" (Afrikaans: "12-Myl-Pos"), since it is located 12 miles (20 km) from Cape Town city centre, it was originally founded as a railway station on the line from Cape Town to Stellenbosch and Strand. In 1861 it was renamed Bellville, after the surveyor general Charles Bell. The city is located in the northern suburbs of the greater Cape Town area.