About Honnehokke Resort
The Honnehokke Resort was established in 1993, and has been pointed out by various magazines as the most friendly holiday establishment on the Namaqualand, West Coast. Our chalets have been renovated in 2013 to meet the needs of our guests.
Our chalets are homely, comfortable, clean, and fully equipped. Should you need anything, we will try our best to provide it. We can accommodate one to six guests at affordable prices. All our chalets have en-suite bathrooms in the main bedrooms, no need to venture outside in the middle of the night. Each chalet has a private braai area, but should you refer, you can also make use of the braai area in the entertainment area.
The Honnehokke Resort is a tranquil oasis for those tired of the huzz and buzz of City life. You can relax with a book from our extensive library, enjoy hours at the beach, without having to share it with others, wander around in safety, watch the beautiful sunsets, go cycling and many more. We also offer you table tennis, a pool table and foosball. For the energetic, we have a Trojan Power Station Gym.
We also welcome your socialized pets, as we know you love yours as much as we love ours.
We pride ourselves with the fact that we have the only swimming pool in town where our guests, those not brave enough to face the cold waters of the ocean, can cool down. The swimming pool and entertainment area now is underroof to provide shelter against the well-known West Coast wind.
Breakfast can be booked prior to arrival.
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