On The Vermont Guest House - Hermanus, Overberg

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On The Vermont Guest House

Hermanus, Overberg - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

Experience European hospitality and personalized service! The perfect get-away destination for honeymooners, holiday makers and small conferences, the Tuscan style villa offers luxury accommodation with great sea and mountain views. The pristine Brekfis Bay beach, nature reserve and hiking trails are a stone's throw away.
On the Vermont Guest House sleeps a maximum of 12 people but larger groups can be shared amongst nearby guest houses at the same rate. All rooms have comfortable, extra-length beds and large en-suite bathrooms, while some have balconies with views. Other amenities include the swimming pool, satellite TV and a beautiful communal living room with fire-place. The breakfast is delicious and other meals are available on request.
Wheelchair-bound holiday makers are most welcome as the guesthouse specialises in wheelchair adapted facilities such as a lift to the first floor and roll-in shower. The scenic footpaths in Hermanus and Vermont are also wheelchair friendly. A professional tour guide service and transport from the airport is available.

Rooms:
• Two luxury double en-suite rooms with balconies with sea and mountain views, furnished with extra length beds, one with twin beds and the other with a queen size bed. Each room also has a sleeper couch.
• Two cosy double en-suite rooms with comfortable twin beds.
• Each room is equipped with a colour television, fan, tea and coffee tray, hair dryer and toiletries.
• Additional small room with double bed and private toilet and shower.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at On The Vermont Guest House, Hermanus, Overberg

Establishment Facilities
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for On The Vermont Guest House, Hermanus, Overberg

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Guest House Association
  • Tourism Grading Council

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Pringle Bay Tourism - Pringle Bay, Tourism Information

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Directions to On The Vermont Guest House

Map of On The Vermont Guest House in Hermanus, Overberg

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Directions to On The Vermont Guest House

GPS Co-Ordinates: 19° 8' 50" E / 34° 24' 58" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to On The Vermont Guest House in Hermanus, Overberg

Departing: Cape Town International Airport
Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa
Distance: 96.6 km / Duration: 1 hour 12 mins
1. Head south 0.1 km
2. Slight left toward Michigan St 0.6 km
3. Turn left toward Michigan St 0.1 km
4. Take the 1st right onto Michigan St 0.4 km
5. Turn left onto Borcherds Quarry Rd 0.7 km
6. Merge onto N2 via the ramp to Somerset 69.4 km
7. Slight left toward R43 2.8 km
8. Continue straight onto R43 20.0 km
9. Turn right onto Lynx Rd 1.1 km
10. Turn right onto Siffie Cres 0.4 km
11. Turn right onto Ghwarrieng Cres 0.3 km
12. Turn right onto Kandelaar St 0.5 km
13. Continue onto Tiptol Cres 0.3 km

Nearest Airport

Cape Town International Airport - Cape Town

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Cape Town International airport used to be called D.F. Malan Airport and was opened in 1954 replacing the old Wingfield Aerodrome Airport.

This airport is the second busiest and second largest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa, by 2015 it is expected to have 14 million passengers pass through the airport. It is within easy driving distance (20 km) from the centre of Cape Town.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Hermanus, Overberg

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Hermanus, Overberg » Current Current
Kleinmond, Overberg » 27 mins 33.6 km
Bot Rivier, Overberg » 30 mins 33.3 km
Gansbaai, Overberg » 38 mins 45.4 km
Bettys Bay, Overberg » 37 mins 45.6 km
Caledon, Overberg » 44 mins 54.3 km
Pringle Bay, Overberg » 48 mins 56.2 km
Villiersdorp, Overberg » 56 mins 71.1 km
Napier, Overberg » 1 hour 2 mins 74.9 km
Greyton, Overberg » 1 hour 8 mins 82.2 km
Bredasdorp, Overberg » 1 hour 11 mins 90.3 km
Arniston, Overberg » 1 hour 45 mins 114 km
Struisbaai, Overberg » 1 hour 38 mins 122 km
LAgulhas, Overberg » 1 hour 45 mins 128 km
Swellendam, Overberg » 1 hour 49 mins 143 km
Witsand, Overberg » 2 hours 42 mins 206 km

Reviews for On The Vermont Guest House

"Fantastiese gasvryheid"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

\'n Wonderlike ervaring, fantastiese gasvryheid en baie rolstoelvriendelik. Die kamer is baie geskik vir gestremdes en \'n wonderlike uitsig oor die see.

Reviewer: Johan Lubbe
Country: South Africa
Posted: August, 15th 2012 16:17 PM

"Stil en rustig"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

Het dit baie geniet. Stil en rustig baie lekker gekuier, dankie.

Reviewer: Leonie en Paul Mortlock
Country: UK
Posted: August, 15th 2012 16:16 PM

"Excellent facilities for wheelchair"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

Excellent facilities for wheelchair, beautiful breakfast and hospitality. Wonderful hosts, thank you!\\\"

Reviewer: Jackie Walevska
Country: UK
Posted: August, 15th 2012 16:04 PM

"Wonderful hospitality"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

Wonderful hospitality, wonderful breakfast. Would love to stay longer if we had the time.

Reviewer: Slade Family
Country: Scotland
Posted: August, 15th 2012 15:53 PM

"Gastvryheid"

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Superbedankt voor de gastvryheid, we hebben heerlyk geslapen en zullen iedereen vertellen over jullie mooie guesthouse.

Reviewer: Anne en Tessa
Country: Nederland
Posted: August, 15th 2012 15:52 PM

"Wheelchair accessible accommodation"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

Jan & Pauli, Thank you for providing most enjoyable wheelchair accessible accommodation to us this weekend. The room was perfect, the food was wonderful, and your hospitality was great! We would have loved to have stayed longer, maybe next time. It is always a pleasure to meet people who understand the importance of providing wheelchair accessible accommodation. Even though this is the 21st century it is still rare to find, and therefore appreciated by travellers such as ourselves. Please keep up the good work! P.S. . . . Please say “Hi” to Roxy!

Reviewer: Hilton & Loretta
Country: South Africa
Posted: August, 15th 2012 15:51 PM

"Thank you "

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

What a wonderful place we have been, lovely people. Food is very marvellous and wonderful . Thank you very much.

Reviewer: Ntombi Somhlaba
Country: South Africa
Posted: August, 15th 2012 15:50 PM

"A really local experience"

On The Vermont Guest House reviewer rating

On the Vermont Guest House is a quiet bed & breakfast with four guest rooms just outside of the main town of Hermanus. Near to beaches and wineries, it’s a great location if you have rented a car to drive to attractions and restaurants. The owners, Jan & Pauli, are two of the sweetest people in South Africa and they take excellent care of their guests, especially at breakfast. They serve up a massive homemade feast with so many choices, you couldn’t possibly try every dish in one sitting! They’re also enthusiastic concierges, too, so I didn’t need to crack a guidebook – Jan & Pauli filled me on on everything I needed to know about the area, from history to great restaurants in town to the best value whale watching cruises. If you want a really local experience, definitely check out On the Vermont.

Reviewer: Angie Orth
Country: South Africa
Posted: August, 15th 2012 15:47 PM

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