Honnehokke Chalets - Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand

Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand
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Honnehokke Chalets

Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand - Accommodation

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Established in 1993, this Hondeklip Bay accommodation has been pointed out by various magazines as the most friendly holiday establishment on the Namaqualand West Coast and is a tranquil oasis for those tired of the hustle and bustle of city life.

The chalets at this accommodation in Hondeklip Bay are homely, comfortable, clean and fully equipped. They can accommodate one to six guests at affordable prices. All of the chalets have a braai/BBQ area and en suite bathrooms in the main bedroom.

Honnehokke Chalets welcomes your socialized pets, as they know you love yours as much as they love theirs.

This accommodation Hondeklip Bay offers, prides themselves with the fact that they have the only swimming pool in town where their guests ( those not brave enough to face the ocean) can cool down.

Meals for groups of six or more are catered for, but booking prior to arrival is essential. All their meals are made with loving care.

1- Self-catering chalet
1 double bed, 4 single beds and one bathroom in the main bedroom. One kitchen with inside and outside fireplace/braai.

2 -Self-catering chalet
1 Double bed, 4 single beds and one bathroom in the main bedroom. Kitchen with inside and outside fireplace/braai.

3 -Self-catering family unit
1 en suite bedroom with 1 double and 1 single bed and 1 en suite studio with galley kitchen and 2 single beds. Outdoor fireplace/braai.

4 -Self-catering family unit
1 en suite room with 1 double and 1 single bed with own bathroom. Plus 1 en suite room with 2 single beds with own bathroom and kitchen. Outdoor fireplace/braai.

5 -Self-catering chalet
Double bed, bathroom and kitchen with an outdoor fireplace/braai.

6 -Self-catering chalet
Double bed, sleeper couch in lounge, bathroom and kitchen with an outdoor fireplace/braai

Stay in Hondeklip Bay at the Honnehokke Chalets and Attie will show you the best fishing spots, crayfish diving holes and how to harvest your own seafood from the rocks.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Honnehokke Chalets, Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • Animal Friendly
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Diners Club
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Visa
  • Wedding Facilities
Room Amenities

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Directions to Honnehokke Chalets

Map of Honnehokke Chalets in Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand


Directions to Honnehokke Chalets

GPS Co-Ordinates: 17° 16' 47.5" E / 30° 19' 4.1" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Honnehokke Chalets in Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand

Departing: Upington Airport
Address: N10, Upington 8801, South Africa
Distance: 497 km / Duration: 7 hours 5 mins
1. Head southwest 0.8 km
2. Turn left toward N10 0.9 km
3. Continue straight onto N10
Go through 1 roundabout
5.0 km
4. Continue onto Le Roux St/N14
Continue to follow N14
39.4 km
5. Turn right onto Main Rd/N14
Continue to follow N14
333 km
6. Turn left to stay on N14 0.4 km
7. Turn right onto Kokerboom Rd/N14/R355 0.2 km
8. Turn left to merge onto N7 toward Garies 13.7 km
9. Turn right 85.5 km
10. Turn left 15.3 km
11. Turn right
Destination will be on the left
2.6 km

Nearest Airport

Upington Airport - Upington


Upington Airport is a small airport and was opened in 1968 as Pierre van Ryneveld Airport, it has a capacity to have 40 000 travellers but only has around 24 315 passengers departing and around 3 425 passengers arriving.

Upington Airport also has the longest runway in Africa, the runway was built to accommodate a Boeing 747 so that it didn't have to stop along the way to Europe.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand

Hondeklip Bay, Namaqualand » Current Current
Kleinsee, Namaqualand » 1 hour 43 mins 83.1 km
Kamieskroon, Namaqualand » 1 hour 45 mins 85.2 km
Garies, Namaqualand » 1 hour 48 mins 87.8 km
Leliefontein, Namaqualand » 2 hours 18 mins 113 km
Springbok, Namaqualand » 2 hours 21 mins 115 km
Okiep, Namaqualand » 2 hours 26 mins 125 km
Nababeep, Namaqualand » 2 hours 36 mins 134 km
Mcdougalls bay, Namaqualand » 2 hours 54 mins 144 km
Port Nolloth, Namaqualand » 2 hours 53 mins 145 km
Steinkopf, Namaqualand » 2 hours 56 mins 167 km
Eksteenfontein, Namaqualand » 4 hours 17 mins 216 km
Vioolsdrift, Namaqualand » 3 hours 43 mins 232 km
Kuboes, Namaqualand » 5 hours 14 mins 247 km

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