For relaxing self-catering stays in Hermanus, choose Hemel en Aarde Village

Hemel en Aarde Village Hermanus

Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation, Hermanus, Western Cape

Set in the seaside town of Hermanus on the Cape Whale Coast, Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation offers travellers a luxury self-catering experience. 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 picturesque Hemel en Aarde Valley Wine Route, this offering is ideally located for visitors who wish to partake in some of the Cape’s world renowned wines. 

Found within walking distance, are the diverse amenities and attractions of the Hemel-en-Aarde Village including five restaurants, a jewellery manufacturer, two art galleries and wineries, a wine shop, beauty salon, hairdresser and much more. The newly completed Whale Coast mall is a mere 10-minute walk away. 

Guests can easily reach other local attractions such as beautiful Blue Flag beaches and whale watching spots in Hermanus and the surrounds by car. 

Accommodation at Hemel en Aarde Village

Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation, accommodation, Hermanus, Western Cape

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 include the Luxury Single Bedroom, two of the Studio Rooms and the Luxury Suite.

The Luxury Single Bedroom apartment is situated on the ground floor of the building and comes with a King-sized bed or two single beds fitted with fine percale linen. The apartment has 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.

There are two Studio Rooms to choose from, both can be found on the ground floor. The rooms come with King-sized beds or two single beds, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, kitchenette, TV with DStv, minibar, a hairdryer, heaters and fans.

On the upper floor, you will find the Luxury Suite, the romantic, honeymoon suite of Hemel en Aarde Village. The suite comes with a King-sized bed or two single beds, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, a TV with Dstv, kitchenette, minibar, heaters and fans, and a hairdryer.

Facilities at Hemel en Aarde Village

Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation, accommodation, Hermanus, Western Cape

When enjoying a stay at Hemel en Aarde Village Accommodation you will find that there are a number of things to do and experience. Each unit has a beautiful private garden that you can explore and relax in during your stay. Many guests tend to sit under the indigenous trees in the garden to enjoy the peace and quiet of the area.

Braai facilities are available for friends and families to sit outside together and enjoy a traditional South African cookout. The accommodation is also pet-friendly so you can bring your four-legged companion along with you.

Laundry services can be provided upon request so you stay fresh at all times during your stay.

What do people say about Hemel en Aarde Village

“We expected an average stay, but the second we walked in, we were blown away. The rooms were impeccably neat, clean and tidy. All the amenities were there (even an iron). We loved the little touches, like a wide selection of teas and coffees, milk and bottled water provided in the fridge, extra towels, soaps, shampoos etc. The bed was fantastic, and the bedding crisp and clean. An excellently run accommodation!” – Coastal TripAdvisor.

“Always a first choice looking for accommodation in Hermanus. Pet friendly, immaculately clean, tastefully decorated comfortable and good value for money. Will definitely stay there again. Thank you all.” – Nomad TripAdvisor.

“Rented the flatlet with an on suite bedroom with huge comfortable bed and a well-furnished living area suitable for self-catering. Lovely garden & entrance. Hostess Christine was most helpful and obliging. So lovely to wake up to a cock crowing in the morning. Within 200m there is Biga Bakery for a superb breakfast, the Brewery & other restaurants for meals. Highly recommended by us.” – Bggl TripAdvisor.

Top reasons for staying at Hemel en Aarde Village:

1. The accommodation is ideally situated near the entrance of a wine route and in a peaceful area.

2. The rooms are spacious, well-kept and beautifully decorated.

3. The accommodation is pet-friendly so you can bring your furry friend along.

4. The gardens are beautiful and have a peaceful atmosphere.

5. The owners are friendly and helpful, making your stay all the more enjoyable.

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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