The house has five comfortable en suite bedrooms. There are two lounges downstairs, one opening onto the shaded outside braai area.
Upstairs there is a very spacious, comfortable lounge, a kitchenette, and a balcony with a dining room table and a view of the Atlantic Ocean.
The open-plan kitchen is well equipped with a stove and oven, microwave, as well as a dishwasher. There is a separate laundry with a washing machine.
There is ample, secure parking available on site.
Lie in late, with the distant smell of breakfast in the mornings. Pick up shells on the beach or rock pools just a few minutes walk from Protea 29. Or bring along your surf board and hit the waves!
From July to November Whales sightings can be explored from the cliff paths of Hermanus, or during a boat cruise. Why not take a kayak through the Marine Nature Reserve and who know what may travel along side you?
Shark cage diving, a round of golf or a hike through the nature reserves ensure a healthy appetite.
Explore one of the world's most magnificent eco-destinations, renowned for its abundance of whales, great white sharks, and unique variety of flora species. Protea 29 is a stone's throw from swimming and surfing beaches, rock and tidal pools. The a quaint village of Hermanus is just a few kilometers away where you can explore an assortment of village restaurants, craft markets, boutiques, bars, art galleries, charming little shops, as well as two of the most popular golf courses in South Africa.
In Room Facilities:
The house has five comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Three of the bedrooms have queen-size beds, and two bedrooms have twin beds. All the en-suite bathrooms have showers as well as baths, except one with a shower only. There is ample cupboard space and a dressing table in each bedroom. There is a guest cloakroom downstairs.
Protea 29 is an enchanting base from which to explore one of the world's most magnificent eco-destinations with whale watching from land or boat, great white shark cage viewing and diving from Gansbaai, bird watching by river boat on the Stanford River, mountain and fynbos walks in the Fernkloof nature reserve, dune horse riding, or visiting the penguin colony and Harold Porter Botanical Gardens at nearby Betty's Bay.
A little further afield and easy day trips include wine tasting at the many wineries in the area, 4X4 driving trails, the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas, the caves and beach at De Kelders, the Mission station at Elim, the picturesque Kassiesbaai fisherman's village at Arniston and the historic Greyton and Genadendal rural villages.
We will be happy to provide directions or make reservations for restaurants and activities for you.