All Comments for 38 On Vermont

Reviews 5 of 5
Good stay
Sean Rayne, South Africa - 03 December 2013
The house was clean and very comfortable in a quiet neighbourhood. We enjoyed our walks along the pathways along the coast and around the salt pan. Overall a wonderful time and we will definitely need to make a plan for another visit some time in the future.
Henry Carelse, South Africa - 02 April 2013
This is an awesome place. will definitely go there again. Love that its very private and intimate. had the most awesome weekend away with my family. it was actually perfect thats how great this place is. Thanks for the stay.
Helen strydom, South Africa - 16 January 2012
Had a wonderful stay at 38 Vermont Avenue. The house was homely and clean. It was suitable for our family of six. A big thank you to Marie for her hospitality.
Thank you very much
Juandre Duplessis, South Africa - 12 January 2012
Thank you very much. Had a wonderful time.
Edwin de Villiers, South Africa - 25 December 2010
A wonderful, clean and quiet place. Enjoyed the stay very much. Will go there again.

38 On Vermont
38 On Vermont is a self-catering three-bedroom house which sleeps up to six people. Two rooms have double beds, and the third room has a two single beds. There are two bathrooms, a fully fitted kitchen, and an outdoor braai with undercover seating.

The large back garden is fully enclosed with safe play areas for children. The lounge is equipped with TV and DVD player, as well as a DStv connection for guests who bring their own smart card. The dining area has a table with seating for up to eight people, and the house is fitted with an alarm and burglar bars.

The single level house is situated within walking distance of Onrus tidal pool and the local shopping centre, which has a shop, butcher, pharmacy, bottle store and a pub, and Hermanus town centre is a mere 6 km away, giving endless opportunities for restaurants and shopping.

If golf is your game, there are several golf courses nearby, including the Arabella Estate golf course. Whale-watching is a favourite pastime for visitors to the area, and other activities include kayaking, surfing, shark-cage diving, swimming, and walks in the nearby parks. The Vermont salt pans located just across the road also boast an abundance of birdlife.