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Cape Stay: How it works

NightsBridge links to Cape Stay on Regional Websites in the Links Manager.

  • Cape Stay offers accommodation bookings on their website for properties located in the Eastern and Western Cape.

Who books here?
  • The public (potential guests) book online.
How to sign up
  • Open your Homepage >> Integrations >> Integration Requests Links Manager
  • Tick Cape Stay to request the link.
  • Once Cape Stay has created your listing, they will receive your rates and availability for real-time bookings through NightsBridge.

  • Cape Stay charges a once-off setup fee of R300 which is refundable after your first booking.
  • Bookings are made via instant Booking (NighstBridge).
Content: Listing
  • Cape Stay accept Campsite room types.
  • NightsBridge provides Cape Stay with your content (descriptions and images) as set up on NightsBridge to create your listing.
  • When your content or photos change, please contact Cape Stay directly to update your listing.
  • Payment is made by credit card via PayBridge at the time of booking.
  • If there are any outstanding amounts, the guest will need to settle directly with you.
  • The property needs to refund Cape Stay directly. 
  • Cape Stay will refund the guest.
  • South Africa (Western and Eastern Cape only)
  • ZAR only.
  • 15% (including VAT)
  • NightsBridge provides your RACK Rates as entered in your NightsBridge Setup to Cape Stay.
  • VAT and commission payable to Cape Stay must be included in your rates.
Specials and packages
  • Should you choose to, you can load and link Specials and Packages to Cape Stay via your NightsBridge Setup.
  • Please note that Specials and Packages rates will also have the 15% commission charged on top of the discount.


The policies you have set up in NightsBridge are automatically applied to bookings made via Cape Stay:

  • Deposit policy
  • Cancellation policy
  • Child policy
  • Minimum length stay
How to cancel your link
  • Contact NightsBridge if you would like to cancel your link to Cape Stay.
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