Best Breakaway Holiday " Eastcliff"
My wife was pregnant and she needed a break before the big day and we decided to spend a weekend at Eastcliff and we were delighted with the cosy holiday house. We had a great breakaway weekend and we will be back with our daughter.We had the pleasure of meeting new people inthe surrounding areas like Gansbaai and even bought some fresh fish to braai. Was our best weekend breakaway.Gavin Hurling
Eastcliff is the oldest and lovliest residential area in Hermanus. Most of the streets are lined with beautiful old trees and several homes date back 100 years and are beautifully maintained , renovated and restored and have charming mature gardens. Hoy's Koppie, a lovely historical landmark,gives magnificent views over Hermanus and the surrounding area. A stroll along the glorious Cliff Paths presents spectacular views over Walker Bay towards Gansbaai and offers the best land based Whale watching in the world. Eastcliff is centrally situated and within easy walking distance of shop...see more
Eastcliff is a quiet residential area within walking distance to CBD. Cliffpaths along the Ocean for Whale watching, run through Eastcliff. The Whale Coast Route ( R43 ), run also through Eastcliff. Some of the most popular Whale Watching spots are within Eastcliff (Roman Rock, Die Gang, etc.). The historical Hoy's Koppie, a part of the Fernkloof Nature Reserve & the 27 hole Hermanus Golf course are within Eastcliff. Millionnaire's Lane is also in Eastcliff on the seafront and can be seen by walking along the cliff path. Whilst walking on the cliff paths, you would discover the abundant Ocean...see more
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