My review will try and summarise well enough to provide others with information for them to make an informed decision. Having experienced many other hotels/airbnb accommodation within Cape Town (We have visited South Africa more than 8 times) I can provide a true and fair comparison and feel this particular place is not value for money.
Although views are good, it comes with some restrictions and this could easily be achieved in many other accommodations within Cape Town at much less of the costs.
This accommodation is ideal for hiking enthusiasts, with the hiking route beginning directly opposite the property. But please note that this accommodation is not in easy walking distance to shops/beach/restaurants - you will need some form of transport, especially as it is extremely steep. Camps Bay is very restrictive for shops so please consider this. We found ourselves needing to visit Sea Point if we needed any groceries past 8pm. Restaurants also tended to shut around 10pm.
It did feel for the price and location that this accommodation that it was only equipped with the basics and minimal decor. Camps Bay is well known for it's impressive properties, but it lacked a 'homely' feel and to us felt 'budget' compared to other accommodation we have stayed in Camps Bay, Green Point and Franschhoek, particularly for the price you pay.
The showers in each room were of particular concern with "mould" growing in the grout and due to lack of ventilation the bathroom was very "musky" and really had a bad smell.
Although it is stated that there is no aircon, we did find this a challenge in the heat especially as there are no windows in the property, only sliding doors and we did not feel safe enough to sleep at night with the doors open for some fresh air.
Due to the fact this is a house which has been split to make two apartments, we experienced noise from the above guests on several occasions. The owners did follow up with the upstairs guests to keep the noise down.
This apartment also experiences heavy winds due to location. Cape Town is generally windy so we did expect this, however it can be relatively still in Camps Bay apartments that are closer to the sea, but as this property is high up the mountain it was extremely windy and noisy most evenings on our 2 week stay. This did mean we weren't able to make use of the braai area and relaxing in the garden on several evenings. The pool really is a dip pool, so if you are looking for somewhere where you can have fun relaxing outside and swimming, you probably couldn't do it here.