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About Honne-Hemel

Honne-Hemel is the ideal getaway for the whole family. Honne-Hemel is a fully equipped, self-catering and comfortable holiday house with great sea views, located just a two minutes’ walk from the beach.

The house has three bedrooms; the main bedroom has a double bed and the other two bedrooms have twin beds. There is a bathroom with a bath and a shower, as well as a fully equipped kitchen with a gas stove, microwave oven and a fridge-freezer. The dining room has a six-seater table and a lovely fireplace and braai. There is a TV with DStv; you will need to bring your own decoder and smartcard. There is an outdoor braai area with a lovely sea view and a garage.

Formerly a favoured holiday destination for farmers, fishermen and divers, Hondeklip Bay is separated from Springbok by 104 km of gravel road, the Messelpad Pass and Soebatsfontein - a quaint village built next to a spring at the foot of the escarpment. Hondeklip Bay’s harbour, from which copper ore brought by ox-wagon from Springbok was exported before the port was supplanted by Port Nolloth, now serves fishing and diamond mining boats.

Beach: The house is across the road from the beach.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Response Time: 11 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 6 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Pet Friendly*
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

After booking, guest must pay deposit to the amount of 50% of total payment within 7 days. DEPOSIT NOT REFUNDABLE. Full payment must be made 14 days before arrival. R900.00 Breakage Fee to be paid with Final Payment. Refundable after inspection and no later than 3 days after departure.

Honne-Hemel Rooms

Reviews for Honne-Hemel

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Francis Harrison, South Africa
22 September 2015

A well appointed guest house with  all you need for a comfortable stay. An ideal base for exploring the coastal regions of the Namaqua NP. The owners took trouble to suggest routes and what you could and could not do in the area and provided maps and literature  on the subject

Gideon Scholtz, South Africa
09 April 2015

Baie lekker gekuier en uitgerus. Sal beslis weer honnehemel besoek. 

Jane Burden, South Africa
04 March 2013

Heerlik gekuier. Huisie het alles in wat jy benodig EN meer. Dekor baie smaakvol,skoon en netjies.

Lyndsay de Vletter, South Africa
04 July 2012

Loved it! Was exactly what we needed, thank you!

pieter coetzee, South Africa
02 June 2012

Fantastic hosts - very relaxing and a quiet getaway destination. Highly recommended!

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Honne-Hemel Map

Honne-Hemel is 0.2km from the centre of Hondeklipbaai , the nearest airport 429.8km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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Things to do in and around Hondeklipbaai


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A large almost round rock that seems to have landed here from nowhere.

Spitfire Rock

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Spitfire Rock is an excellent location to take interesting photographs. Spectacular “spits” and sprays can be seen as the sea blasts against this rock.

Dog Stone

(0.4 km from Hondeklipbaai)

The Dog Stone is a big gneiss rock that so closely resembled a dog, it inspired Thomas Grace to name Hondeklipbaai, which means “Dog Stone Bay”. In 1853 the “Dog” was defaced when its ear was chopped of and taken to Cape Town in order to start the...

Aristea Shipwreck

(0.6 km from Hondeklipbaai)

The Aristea was once a fishing trawler belonging to I&J. It survived WWII but not the mishandling by her tipsy captain along the shores of Hondeklip Bay. She ran aground on the 4th July 1945. This place was added by K9 Cottage.