Provisional protection of a monument- Dockhouse No. 1 and No. 2, off Portswood Road, Portswood Ridge, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town , states that: "The historical buildings and structures in the Cape Town Harbour area, known as the New Breakwater Prison, Ulundi, Dock House, Dock House Annex, The moorings No. 1, The  Moorings No. 2 and 3, The  Moorings No. 5 and 6 and 10.  The Cell Block and Treadmill, remains part of the old Convict Station. The Entrance and Boundary Wall are adjacent to the Moorings Complex, situated in Portswood and Quarry Roads, as well as the Wall and Tunnel on Portswood Ridge."
The Dock House, built in the 1800’s as a private residence for the harbour master, this beautifully restored building, situated in the V&A Waterfront, is home to one of Cape Town’s most exclusive boutique hotels. Understated grace meets contemporary-classical glamour; from the groomed gardens surrounding the slick outdoor swimming pool and bar area, to the well-appointed interior, which boasts five plush bedrooms, a spacious suite, an elegant Morning room, and a private library. Dock House Boutique Hotel and Spa is a unique and opulent jewel in the crown of Cape Town’s glamorous, world-famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, offering discerning guests, visiting dignitaries, and celebrities exclusive accommodation and personalised yet unobtrusive butler-style service in an excellent world-class setting.
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