philosophy is to offer distinctive accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere.
1,9 km from city centre, Deco Lodge reflects something special about
the local colours and flavours of the city. Our living areas are
comfortable, our garden is green and tranquil, our pool sparkles.
We have an internet room (also Wi-Fi), a self-catering kitchen and
laundry service. Deco Lodge is a place to meet interesting local
and international visitors, sharing likeminded experiences, many
of whom return time after time.
is happening on Roodebloem Road ...
5 minutes walk from DECO LODGE you will find several popular and
affordable restaurants and bars. Woodstock has developed tremendously
in the last few years and it has a vibrant community!
" Woodstock Lounge- Tapas, Burgers, Pizzas. etc. www.woodstocklounge.co.za
" Don Pedro's - Restaurant serving Mediterranean,
meals, 3 course meals and wonderful wines.
" Frangipani's - sandwiches, wraps, burgers and great breakfast's
Chandani - Indian restaurant rated by Eat out Magazine
as one of the top
Indian Restaurants in South Africa.
Jamaica Me Crazy - gourmet burgers, pizzas, combo meals,
District Café- light meals and breakfast.
BREAD Cafe is a classic-meets-contemporary café, boulangerie
" Salisburys - deli & wines, wonderful coffees, snacks
and take a ways.
The Neighbourhood Market (on
Saturdays) at the Old Biscuit Mill www.theoldbiscuitmill.co.za
" On Victoria Rd: Take A ways
" Nando's- famous chicken meals
" St Elmo's - pizzas
" Something Fishy - Fish and chips
" Akora - Hair.Bauty. Nails " Photography studios
" Productions houses for video shoots
Art Galleries Woodstock Area
34 FINE ART
160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. Fine art by leading
South African and international contemporary artists.
A WORD OF ART
Woodstock Industrial Centre, Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town.
A Word of Art aims to create art projects and experiences rather
then white-wall gallery shows. It reflects a new artistic subculture
that is a mix of street art, graffiti art, underground art, popular
art, modern art and contemporary art.
113-115 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. Blank Projects is
an independent, artist-run exhibition space founded in Cape Town
by Jonathan Garnham in 2005. It is dedicated to new developments
in contemporary South African Art and encourages experimental
practice from both emerging and established artists, building
a context for the dissemination of ideas around contemporary African
47-49 Greatmore Street, Woodstock, Cape Town. Affiliated to the
Bag Factory in Johannesburg and the Gasworks in London, Greatmore
Studios offer work places to local artists and temporary residencies
to visiting artists. Exhibitions by residents are held on an irregular
MICHAEL STEVENSON GALLERY
Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. The
Michael Stevenson Gallery opened in Green Point in 2003, but moved
to Woodstock in 2008. Its exhibitions future contemporary South
African, as well as African, art. It also shows the work of international
artists, thanks to its Forex programme.
MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPHIC ART GALLERY
Upper Eastside, 31 Brickfield Road, Salt River, Cape Town. Museum
Photographic Art Gallery is a project and exhibition space in
Salt River which aims to discover and develop contemporary South
African fine art photography. Each season, Museum takes on a maximum
of 10 artists to fill the walls of the three-level gallery space.
RAW VISION GALLERY
89 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. Raw Vision Gallery is
a newcomer to the Cape Town art scene, having opened in June 2009.
It promotes the work of South African as well as international
artists, photographers, sculptors, ceramicists and animators.
According to the Raw Vision Gallery website, "we like to exhibit
'Art with Attitude'".
THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRINT GALLERY
109 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. The South African Print
gallery focuses on showcasing and dealing in quality printmaking,
with the emphasis on quality, good and unusual prints.
1 Argyle Street (Corner Argyle and Albert Road), Woodstock, Cape
Town. Whatiftheworld acts as a platform for a new generation of
emerging South African contemporary artists, and was selected
in 2007 by Contemporary Magazine (London) as one of the "Top 50
Emerging Galleries from Around the World."