Recovery Direct’s Private Residential Addictions Treatment Centre in Cape Town, South Africa

Our addiction treatment centre has been selected for it’s quiet, private and homely feel. This is a place where patients are safe and well supported within a therapeutic setting designed to make that first step into recovery an easier one.


The purposeful extraction from the pressures of day to day life affords patients the immediate, non-confrontational “downtime” needed to reflect and start their personal journey of healing. Here patients start making all the positive progressive decisions that will affect their future in recovery.

Professional mentorship and guidance enable our patients to see through the past self-destructive cycles and traumas that underlie their addictive behaviors.

This dramatic location is steeped in South African history and serves as an ideal refuge for mindful meditation and personal growth.


Set in a quiet road, surrounded by the historical trees and landscape of Cape Town’s iconic Constantia. A remarkable location adjacent to the historical Klein Constantia with breathtaking views over the Constantiaberg mountain range.

Single level structure with six multi-functional suites, each with an victorian colonial styled en-suite bathroom, unique views and balcony.

Water supplied by natural spring, electricity produced by solar panels, ultra energy efficient design.

The Suites
Mutual Areas
Reception Areas


The”vacation villa” setting is ideal in the promotion of a non-punitive therapy and a highly individualised treatment programme. With guaranteed discretion, we ensure that our patients are looked after in a restorative and therapeutic environment.

This location offers immense privacy and seclusion where discretion is a valued attribute.
Security features include, electric garage, electric gates, alarm systems, 24 hour response, intercom, closed circuit TV, perimeter wall, outdoor beams, 24 hour stationed security guards.

Spectacular views enhance this beautiful “guest house” treatment centre in Constantia at its very finest.