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Brown Jug

from R700
Abel, Louise and Luke, the friendly Labradors Keesha and Tula, and kitties It and Squeek look...
Abel, Louise and Luke, the friendly Labradors Keesha and Tula, and kitties It and Squeek look forward to welcoming you to our home – the Brown Jug. Personal attention and guest comfort is our mission, departing as friends the goal. Choose from the three well-appointed, stylish, self-catering or B&B units which are artistically and tastefully decorated with attention to detail.
from R700

15 Reviews

Self-Catering:Facilities at Whale View Self Catering Apartment Whale watching & spectacular...
Self-Catering:Facilities at Whale View Self Catering Apartment Whale watching & spectacular sunrise & sunset views from the estate's private beach Laundry facilities Salt water rock pool & clubhouse Squash courts Braai facilites at the pool & apartment
from R1,100

Fernkloof Lodge

from R800
Fernkloof Lodge offers an artistically and elegantly decorated home with an eclectic combination of...
Fernkloof Lodge offers an artistically and elegantly decorated home with an eclectic combination of antique and modern pieces complimenting this distinctive decorative style.
from R800

3 Reviews

Kenjockity Apartments

from R1,200
Kenjockity offers four newly built self-catering apartments that are both comfortable and stylish....
Kenjockity offers four newly built self-catering apartments that are both comfortable and stylish. Situated in Hermanus, within walking distance of the ocean, the apartments are an ideal accommodation option during the Whale Festival.
from R1,200
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

1 Review

Lagoon View

from R2,500
Self-Catering:Enjoy lovely lagoon views from this self-catering family home.
Self-Catering:Enjoy lovely lagoon views from this self-catering family home.
from R2,500
Sleeps 7 in 3 rooms

1 Review

Pikkewyntjie Cottage

from R1,100
Pikkewyntjie Cottage offer comfortable self-catering accommodation, situated in Vermont, with...
Pikkewyntjie Cottage offer comfortable self-catering accommodation, situated in Vermont, with stunning sea views.
from R1,100
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Whale Coast Hotel

from R2,379
The Whale Coast Hotel offers a unique accommodation experience in elegantly styled self-catering...
The Whale Coast Hotel offers a unique accommodation experience in elegantly styled self-catering apartments, situated in Hermanus. These centrally located apartments are close to the beach as well as various shops and restaurants.
from R2,379
Sleeps 64 in 14 rooms

3 Reviews

Whalesong Villa

from R3,950
Self-Catering:Situated right on a ocean front, the accommodation is perfect for those seeking...
Self-Catering:Situated right on a ocean front, the accommodation is perfect for those seeking sea-side living.
from R3,950
Sleeps 15 in 7 rooms

2 Reviews

Die Seemeeue

from R560
Die Seemeeue was established in 1998 and is a cosy and homely accommodation, well known for its...
Die Seemeeue was established in 1998 and is a cosy and homely accommodation, well known for its panoramic views over the ocean and mountains. Die Seemeeue is in Vermont, a hilly, picturesque and quiet suburb of Hermanus, 8 km. from centre Hermanus.
from R560
Sleeps 7 in 3 rooms

33 Reviews

Die Klein Erf – Unit 92 is a self-catering ground floor apartment ideally located in the Hermanus...
Die Klein Erf – Unit 92 is a self-catering ground floor apartment ideally located in the Hermanus Beach Club resort.
from R1,200

1 Review

Robin's Nest

from R500
Self-Catering:Robin's Nest is conveniently located within walking distance of the wine village,...
Self-Catering:Robin's Nest is conveniently located within walking distance of the wine village, with its stunning restaurants, art galleries, wine-cellars, and even a morning market.
from R500

2 Reviews

This self-catering holiday apartment is located on the ground floor in the Hermanus Beach Club...
This self-catering holiday apartment is located on the ground floor in the Hermanus Beach Club which offers a variety of facilities including tennis courts, swimming pools, miniature golf, squash, gym, pool tables, volley ball, and a fully licensed bar serving light meals. Hermanus Beach Club 61 offers 46 metres squared compact and affordable accommodation for the everyday traveller.
from R600
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

1 Review

This is a beautiful estate situated on the water's edge of the Klein River Lagoon, offering the...
This is a beautiful estate situated on the water's edge of the Klein River Lagoon, offering the ultimate in luxury self-catering.
from R14,250

Self-Catering:Milkwood Lodge is situated just 300 metres from several swimming beaches, one of...
Self-Catering:Milkwood Lodge is situated just 300 metres from several swimming beaches, one of which is a Blue Flag Beach. Grotto Beach is also the biggest and longest beach in Hermanus.
from R1,120

10 Reviews

Le Paradis Penthouse is a sea-facing, self-catering apartment, located in a secure block of suites...
Le Paradis Penthouse is a sea-facing, self-catering apartment, located in a secure block of suites in Hermanus, and offering beautiful ocean views.
from R4,000
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

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Hermanus South Africa

Hermanus Self-catering Accommodation

This lovely town, on the coastal area of the Overberg, is most well known for its awesome land based whale watching.

Most of Hermanus’ shoreline is rocky cliff, quite high above Walker Bay so it offers fantastic viewpoints from which to observe the huge southern right whales as they come into the bay to mate, calve and just hang out in the (relatively) warm water. (It’s warmer than Antarctica.) A whale crier blows a horn made from kelp and informs locals and tourists alike where the whales are to be found at any given time. The whales usually arrive in late winter – towards the end of June or beginning of July – and stay until autumn, with the last stragglers heading back down south in November, or even December. The town holds a whale festival every year from the end of September to the beginning of October.

There is a fabulous path, most of which is wheelchair-friendly, along the cliff top. As well as the lovely sea views and sightings of whales, there are many pretty and fragrant flowers. It is a wonderful path and it’s generally safe but use your common sense and don’t walk alone on it when there are hardly any other people about. There is also a boat based whale watching operator based in the New Harbour. Other attractions in this lovely town include a wine tasting cellar, a museum, in which you can see many exhibits pertaining to whaling and fishing, and a golf course.

The nearby Hermanus Lagoon is a great place to sail or paddle, and the paragliding is excellent. The diving is great and Hermanus is a popular beach destination, even though there is only one beach. For nature lovers a visit to the Fernkloof Nature Reserve is a great way to get up close to the dainty montane coastal fynbos which attracts scores of jewel bright sunbirds and elegant sugarbirds which flit about the proteas. There are loads of marked trails for strolls or long walks taking in the extensive views of Walker Bay.

Hermanus is just bursting at the seams with good restaurants, lovely guest houses and characterful hotels.

This lovely town, on the coastal area of the Overberg, is most well known for its awesome land based whale watching.

Most of Hermanus’ shoreline is rocky cliff, quite high above Walker Bay so it offers fantastic viewpoints from which to observe...

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If you are looking for Hermanus self catering accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of self catering accommodation in Hermanus and surrounds. With 224 listings in Hermanus, our handy Hermanus map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect self catering holiday accommodation for your Hermanus visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Hermanus South Africa
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