Lighthouse on Grotto
Beautiful home with large living spaces walking distance from Grotto Beach.
This Spacious family home is situated in the Voelklip area in Hermanus, very close to the famous blue flag Grotto Beach.
The house consists of 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms over a double story. There are 4 bedrooms with queen size beds and one bedroom with 2 single beds.
The top floor boasts an open plan kitchen and living room with an indoor braai area with beautiful ocean views. Bottom floor has a small kitchenette and separate living area with outside patio. The bedrooms are all spacious and comfortable with three being ensuite and the last two sharing a bathroom. WiFi, DSTV and Inverter also available.
Capped at 10 persons.
No housekeeping but additional services can be arranged at an extra cost, please notify us beforehand.
Secure off street parking is available
Layout of rooms
5 bedrooms (4 x Queen, 2 x Singles)
Bedrooms and bathrooms fully stocked with linen
Swimming pool with towels
Indoor braai and fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and dryer
Cup to bean coffee machine and Nespresso machine and ample fridge space also available
Security system in place
The home is equipped with:
Bring along your own beach towels. Don't forget this is a self-catering home and we will only stock essentials on arrival, like dishwashing liquid.
South Africa is experiencing consistent load-shedding affecting all areas, please come prepared. It is very important to note that we can't control or predict the environment with electricity, water and beaches. Refunds are not possible on any of these instances beyond our control and advise guests to take the matter up with the suppliers.
Hermanus is a seaside town southeast of Cape Town, in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. It's known as a whale-watching destination. Beaches include Voëlklip Beach and the broad Grotto Beach, overlooking Walker Bay. The Old Harbour Museum is a site encompassing the old harbour, a fishermen’s village and the Whale House Museum. The latter has informative displays and a suspended skeleton of a whale.