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PPerched on a quiet mountainside overlooking False Bay and the Cape Peninsula, Blue on Blue Bed & Breakfast offers 180 degree sea views and superior service in a tranquil setting. As a small, 3-room establishment, we are uniquely qualified to provide you with a romantic escape and individualized service. Your upper floor room rises above nearby buildings to overlook the Indian Ocean. Located moments from the beach, we offer an escape from the bustle of the nearby city, while still being conveniently located to enjoy the culture, shopping and nightlife of Cape Town, just 20 minutes away. From September-December, watch whales from the comfort of your room! Enjoy a hearty breakfast in our dining room, or on the garden patio with a sea view. At the end of the day, return to relax in a deep bathtub. The lounge features satellite television, a selection of DVD movies, portable DVD player, and a computer with high-speed internet access. Wireless access for laptop computers is also available. The town of Saint James is ideally situated for visitors to the Cape. Nestled between the Silvermine Mountains and the warm Indian Ocean coastline, it offers one of the most spectacular locations in South Africa. Saint James is a historically rich area, once considered the Riviera of South Africa where moguls like Cecil Rhodes established vacation homes. Today, Saint James is home to a diverse community and offers something for the young and old alike—local nightlife, restaurants, museums, and the areas famous antique shops and art boutiques. Our particular passion is introducing guests to the work of local artists and making visits to their workshops to learn the process of their craft. We also offer personalised guided tours to the Cape of Good Hope, Winelands, and other points of interest, as well as airport transfers. More than a destination, Blue on Blue invites participation. We are proud to donate a portion of our profits to Art Aids Art, a non-profit organisation supporting local education and economic development through the arts.