Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation opens to essential services travel

Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation

As from 1st June, Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation, in Hermanus, Western Cape, will be open for business / essential services travel.

We are registered as an essential service. We will endeavour to supply all sanitising services required to keep all our guests as safe as possible.

Set in the seaside town of Hermanus on the Cape Whale Coast, Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation offers luxury self-catering units. Guests can relax and enjoy the tranquillity and convenience of their own private gardens and stylish, well-appointed units.

Just over an hour’s drive from Cape Town and situated at the entrance to the Hemel en Aarde Valley.

Found within walking distance, are Four restaurants, a Brewery, two wineries, a wine shop, beauty salon, hairdresser and much more. The Whale Coast Mall is a mere 10-minute walk away.

There are four different rooms to choose from at Hemel en Aarde Village, each one beautifully decorated with stylish simplicity and fully-equipped to handle long and short self-catering stays. Rooms to choose from including the Luxury Single Bedroom, two of the Studio Rooms and the Luxury Suite.

 All units have an en-suite bathroom with a shower, fully-equipped self-catering kitchenette, a minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, a TV with DStv, heaters and fans, and a hairdryer. Laundry services can be provided upon request.

To find out more about Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation, give them a call on 028 316 3625/082 922 3815 or email christine@hemelenaardeaccommodation.co.za. Visit their website at www.hemelenaardeaccommodation.co.za.  Find them on Google Maps.


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