Needing a space that works for you? We now have private work spaces available at Townhouse Hotel. Find your space for the day, week or month.

The Petousis Hotel Group including the Vineyard, Oude Werf and Townhouse hotels, continue to carefully monitor recent developments and updates on the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

As a small, family-owned, independent group of hotels, Friday 27 March will mark the first time in over 90 years that we are unable to welcome guests and friends to our hotels.

The water shortage in Cape Town has reached critical levels. Find out about our water saving initiatives and how you can save water while visiting us.

Ever wonder who the creative minds behind Townhouse hotel’s delicious menus are? Meet our Executive Head Chef Stefan Schmidt and Senior Sous Chef Yaseen Walter.

Petousis Family Holdings, which incorporates The Vineyard, Townhouse and Oude Werf hotels, has welcomed three new non-executive directors to their board.

Enter our Heritage Week competition! We’re celebrating our Heritage Menu by giving away a dinner for two. Enter our Facebook competition and stand a chance to enjoy this unique menu.

Due to popular demand, we share Chef Stefan’s recipe for Chocolate Fondant, the star of his Chocolate Month dessert. Try your hand at making it yourself or better still – join us for dinner during Chocolate Month and let him make it for you!

July has once again been declared Chocolate Month at the Townhouse Hotel! Indulge all you like with a chocolate-inspired dinner menu, brownies and hot chocolate covered with marshmallows, whipped cream, astros or peppermint crisp…

Just around the corner from the hotel, lies a historic park. The Company’s Garden is a much-loved and well-used space in the Cape Town CBD. Visiting has always been one of the most popular things to do in the Mother City – and now it boasts a farmers market too!

Townhouse Hotel is helping save water by recycling shower water used by hotel guests. Many Capetonians in the CBD have noticed staff watering plants on traffic islands with buckets. “We are committed to eco-friendly systems and practices,” says GM Jacqueline Williams, “and the shower-bucket project is a visible illustration of these values.”

We collect bread tags for Mary Honeybun’s charity Bread Tags for Wheelchairs.