Situated approximately 120 km from Cape Town, in the heart of the whale route, the seaside town of Hermanus in Walker Bay offers the best land based whale watching in the world.
Two self-catering, luxuriously furnished and fully equipped accommodation, Coch-y-Bondhu is situated in the very heart of the fabulous Hemel en Aarde Valley, close to Hermanus.
Comfort, beauty and warm hospitality await you at Fernkloof Lodge. Your hosts, Gail and Izak, welcome you into their elegant home nestled between the majestic Hermanus mountains and a World-class Golf Course.
The Brown Jug, centrally situated in sought after Eastcliff, a quiet leafy suburb, is a mere two minute stroll to the shops, restaurants and seafront where you can enjoy the famous whale watching from the cliff tops in all its beauty.
Tastefully and artistically decorated with attention to detail, the Garden Cottage is fully enclosed with its own private garden, outdoor living area and built-in barbeque. The main open plan bedroom has a king size/ or twin beds, a day bed in the...
This quaint cottage sleeps 4 people and has 2 en suite bedrooms, one with double bed the other with 2 single beds, linen and bath towels are provided. Beach towel not provided. There is an open plan kitchen/living area.
Eastcliff Cottage is part of an original Hermanus home, built in 1940, with beautiful Oregon floors and ceiling. Sleeping 2 people, is situated in the heart of Eastcliff, and is within very easy walking distance of the village centre and seafront.
Von Abercron Residence offers two self-catering apartments and is situated on a mountain slope directly above the Hermanus Golf Course and adjacent to Fernkloof Nature Reserve with magnificent and panoramic mountain and sea views...
This fully furnished luxury apartment can accommodate 6 people in the greatest comfort. The accommodation comprises a lounge, dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus a guest toilet and a fully equipped kitchen with laundry room. Added features ...
This charming home is perfectly situated a short 3 min walk from town and 50m from the cliff path. Whether you're in search of a family holiday, reunion, small personal wedding, conference or a business team building location, Protea House is a firm favou
Hemel en Aarde Valley is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is a popular valley and attracts many local and national visitors. The valley has a great history dated back to the early 1800's. This is when the valley was the home to many lepers. Leprosy was known as the most dreaded disease and in 1820, a hospital started being built for lepers. In the 1970's the Hemel en Aarde Valley started becoming more serious about wine making and has since become well known for its fine wines.
The valley is dotted with wine farms and is a beautiful area with breathtaking mountain, valley, river and ocean views. Whether you are a connoisseur or a beginner, you will thoroughly enjoy the valley. There is so much to see and enjoy from wine tasting, country side lunches, tours and much more.
Just before you enter the valley, you will arrive at the Hemel en Aarde Village which is a well known and popular destination of fine wines, dining and arts and crafts to mention only a few. There is plenty accommodation in Hemel en Aarde Village in the area for those who would like to stay overnight or spend some more quality time in this absolutely stunning valley.
The Fernkloof Farmers Market is a popular event that attracts locals and visitors. Every Saturday the market offers visitors a variety of fresh produce, home made breads, cakes and cheeses as well as yoghurt and many more tasty treats. The gates open from 7:30am to 11:30am.
The Fernkloof Nature Reserve is a hotspot in the Western Cape, one of the Cape's best kept secrets. Enjoy nature at its best, get to view a variety of bird species, enjoyable and interesting nature trails and guided tours and much more. The reserve opens between 7am and 7pm. Another reserve which is very popular in the area is the Walker Bay Nature Reserve. The park includes hiking trails, fishing, swimming and picnicking to mention only a few of the activities on offer. The reserve opens between 8am and 4pm.
Hemel en Aarde enjoy warm to hot summer months. The winter months are wet and windy with temperatures dropping considerably in the evenings.