Post lockdown announcement

Haus Giotto Guesthouse is looking forward to welcome back all our regular and new guests. We are a small three roomed B+B, which is run only by ourselves and one cleaning staff member, who is well trained and does not use public transport.

The following disinfecting procedures are followed in our rooms, at breakfast and when welcoming you:

  • Rooms are vacated by 09h00 to allow sufficient time for thourough cleaning and infection control measures.
  • All linen and towels are washed at a very high temperature.
  • Staff wear protective clothing (clothes worn only at work, gloves and a visor) during cleaning and servicing.
  • Bathrooms and all surfaces are cleaned and disinfected with a 70% alcohol-based agent.
  • Rooms are well ventilated and remain vacant for six hours, allowing guests to check in from 16h00
  • Guests may choose to come in to the dining area for breakfast or ask for room service
  • Luggage is disinfected before carried into the B+B
  • Disinfectant/sanitiser is freely available all over the B+B

Update: The Cape Water situation

The Thee Waters Dam supplying Cape Town is now 100% full. South Africa is a water stressed country and we need to always be saving water.

Haus Giotto is not affected by the Cape Town water crisis.

The Covid19 situation

The Tourism Grading Council of South Africa is extremely grateful for your cooperation as our country and the world locks down. This is an incredibly challenging time for us all especially in the tourism sector as we are bearing the brunt of our guests’ inability to travel. We urge you to abide by the measures announced by South Africa’s National Command Council.

The Cape Water situation

The Cape Town water crisis in South Africa was a period of severe water shortage in the Western Cape region, most notably affecting the City of Cape Town. While dam water levels had been declining since 2015, the Cape Town water crisis peaked during mid-2017 to mid-2018 when water levels hovered between 15 and 30 per cent of total dam capacity.

Haus Giotto is not affected by the Cape Town water crisis!