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  • Luxury Apartments

    • Two and three Bedroom Apartments with stairs to a loft
    • Queen size and ¾ beds
    • The two bedroom apartments have views of the courtyard
    • The two bedroom apartments have 1 bathroom with hand basin, shower and toilet
    • The three bedroom has 2 Bathrooms, one with shower and the second bathroom with bath only
    • 2 air conditioners
    • Balcony

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  • Deluxe Apartments

    • Three Bedroom Apartment with view of the courtyard or the garden court
    • 1 bedroom with a King sized bed
    • 1 bedroom with a Queen sized bed
    • 1 bedroom with a ¾ sized or a single bed
    • 2 bathrooms, one with shower and 2nd with bath
    • Big balcony
    • 2 air conditioners

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  • Premier Suite

    • Roof Garden
    • Balcony
    • Air conditioners
    • 3 Bedrooms with big living room upstairs
    • 3 bathrooms

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Built on a historical site in central Durbanville to the north of Cape Town, the upmarket Heritage Square Apartments offers a home away from home.

The 14 equipped and serviced luxury apartments form part of the mixed-use Heritage Square development, giving guests easy access to speciality shops and restaurants.

This upmarket self-catering accommodation is ideal for short and longer stays in the historic heart of Durbanville – making it perfect for business people, those recovering from medical procedures and those who need a central base within easy reach of main access routes, the Cape Town central business district, West Coast area and Boland area.

Stay in style and comfort

The 14 luxury Heritage Square units include 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments with full bathrooms. The apartments range in size from 33 m² to 123 m².

Two colour palates have been used for the interiors – Oxford grey and Cambridge cream. Heritage Square Apartments has a designated concierge and lift facilities as well as controlled entry to provide guests with excellent security. The apartments are serviced daily.

Guests can also escape the bustle of the streets down below and enjoy the communal garden.

The apartments include:






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  • "What a beautiful apartment. I've enjoyed my stay at Heritige Square. It really was home away from home".
    Mary Brown. Johannesburg
  • "Stunning! I enjoyed my stay and the apartments was perfectly situated for my business trip in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town".
    Mike Von Gelen. Zeerust


- Stay, work and explore in luxury -

Built on a historical site in central Durbanville, Heritage Square Apartments forms part of the mixed-use Heritage Square development.

The upmarket apartments can be rented for short and longer periods which makes it ideal for business people and those looking for a central base from which to access the surrounding areas.

The self-catering and serviced apartments come with DStv, equipped kitchens, air-conditioning, full bathrooms, secure on-site parking and excellent security.

The development also houses shops, restaurants, wellness establishments and office suites. Heritage Square borders on four streets in Durbanville, namely Sher Street, Vrede Street, Gladstone Street and Short Street. It is within easy reach of main access routes, the Tyger Valley business district, the Cape Town CBD, the West Coast and the Boland area.

More about Durbanville

Durbanville was founded in the early 19th century around a fresh water spring, serving as a watering station for people travelling between Cape Town and the interior.

In 1825, a group of local farmers requested permission from Lord Charles Somerset (governor of the Cape Colony at that time) to build their own church. A small village grew around the church and the outspan (overnight stop).

During 1836, the inhabitants of Pampoenkraal petitioned the Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Benjamin d’Urban, for permission to rename the village D’Urban in his honour. Permission was duly granted and the new name persisted until 1886 when it was renamed to Durbanville. A village management board was established in 1897 and a municipality in 1901.

The first mayor elected was John King. The village grew rapidly after the turn of 19th century and a local wagon industry developed. The King Brothers Wagon Works used to be South Africa’s biggest wagon works. At the turn of the century, it employed more than 200 men, which just about accounted for the entire village.

Today, Durbanville combines a village feel with strong growth in various industry sectors, including financial services, health and medical, hospitality, property, retail and services.

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- Over and above accommodation, Heritage Square houses various speciality shops, restaurants, wellness service providers and offices -

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