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TGCSA 5-Star Guest House | Established 1999 | Renovated 2017

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Location

 

 

Schulphoek overlooks the bay from which it receives its name; an idyllic cove where whales often visit.

Whales visit from late August through to December and often stop by in front of the House.

 

We are situated 4 km from Hermanus Town Centre, 2 km from Hemel-en-Aarde intersection; gateway to the wineries

We offer a complimentary SHUTTLE service in the Hermanus area

Welcome to Hermanus

Tranquil, luxurious, stunning locale.

A spectacular seafront setting, warm welcome, luxurious rooms and delicious dining set the scene for a memorable stay.  Schulphoek House overlooks the bay from which it receives its name; an idyllic cove where whales often visit. A well known eco-conscious refuge, this protected cove and its shoreline is also home to many birds, small mammals and marine life which can be viewed on the seashore paths nearby.

Experiences

 

Those seeking time-out and relaxation can while away one of our many sunny days at our salt pool.

 

We are pleased to arrange trips to the local wine-route, township experience, boat based whale watching or shark cage diving, and many other activities.

We are proud of the diverse attractions in our town and we are at your disposal to help plan activities for you during your stay.

Rooms & Rates

 

 

Each of our fifteen rooms offer thoughtful decor touches and luxurious amenities.

 

Each room is individually decorated with our collection of South African art and furniture.

 

Superior, luxury, standard and family suites offer options with patios overlooking the garden, or with sweeping views of the bay.

 

A relaxed and refined experience awaits.

 

 

We are a Green Hotel

SOLAR POWER

10KW of electricity generated daily
 
90% of our total use

AIR-CONDITIONING

Water heating and cooling Hydronic System
No CFCs released into the atmosphere

WATER STORAGE

60,000 Litres of Water Storage
 
 
Rainwater harvesting from our roof