Inside the luxury villa where the Made in Chelsea cast stayed in Cape Town
It costs £8,500 per night
This week on Made in Chelsea the cast up sticks and went to Cape Town, South Africa. They stayed in Moondance Villa, which looked incredible.
The luxury villa had panoramic views across the sea, super modern interior and was everything you would expect the Made in Chelsea lifestyle to be like.
The whole trip was for Olivia and Digby, a plan to spice up their sex life. They bought along other cast members too, such as Jamie Laing, Sophie Habboo, Eliza Batten, James Taylor and Verity Bowditch.
"This is insane", Digby said as they arrived at the villa, which FYI costs £8,500 a night to stay at during peak seasons. Eliza described it as "ridiculous" and Liv said it's "outrageous" and "unbelievable" – which to be honest, is an understatement.
Moondance Villa is in the Fresnaye area of Cape Town, South Africa. The facilities it boasts include: Four en suite bedrooms with private balconies, a master bedroom with its own kitchenette, office and three private balconies, four floors and an elevator through all levels, indoor and outdoor ponds, four lounges, a Sonos music system throughout, a pool with its own bar, a wine tasting room, a sauna, a gym, an olive grove, an outdoor entertainment area, a pizza oven, tanning decks, and on site security.
Here are some pictures of the Moondance Villa in Cape Town:
There's a seven night minimum stay over Christmas, a four night minimum stay over high and mid season and a two night minimum stay over low season.
For an extra cost you can book a butler for your stay, a private chef, afternoon tea, have your pantry stocked up, pilates and yoga sessions, a wine tasting experience, the bar fully stocked, a helicopter tour or a hire car.
It sounds alright, I guess.