Book into an intimate space at 138 Marine Beachfront where luxurious accommodation and deluxe facilities in Hermanus ensure total comfort. Choose this top of the range guest house, winner of several awards, for its stunning ocean views, whale watching opportunities and fantastic champagne breakfasts on the terrace. Only 5 lavish suites for discerning guests and popular honeymoon haven with beach picnics and awesome ocean activities.
138 Marine is close to 2 world-class golf courses, is within close proximity to Shark Alley, home of the Great White Sharks and at the gateway to the Hermanus Wine Route. Superb whale-watching in season.
Hermanus is a town on the southern coast of South Africa’s Western Cape province. It is famous for the best land-based whale watching opportunities on the globe. Situated a mere 5 minutes’ drive from this quaint town is 138 Marine, one of the few luxury guesthouses in the area. 138 Marine is close to 2 world-class golf courses, is within close proximity to Shark Alley, home of the Great White Sharks and at the gateway to the Hermanus Wine Route.
Hermanus accommodation is in 5 tastefully furnished en-suite rooms featuring contemporary amenities to ensure that guests enjoy a very comfortable stay in plush surrounds. There are king or queen-sized beds decked in 400-thread count Percale linen, underfloor heating, heated towel rails, satellite TV, wireless internet access, complimentary tea & coffee making facilities, electronic safes, and overhead fans.
A sumptuous complimentary breakfast is served each morning either adjacent to the open plan kitchen or on the mountain terrace if the weather permits. The menu is extensive and changes on a daily basis. Picnics on the beach can be arranged. This South Africa accommodation features a restaurant, bar and lounge. Additional conveniences include designated smoking areas, a rooftop terrace, a library and multilingual staff. Concierge services and tour/tickets assistance is offered.
Hermanus whale watching is epic and 138 Marine is the perfect base from which to experience this phenomena. Great white shark cage viewing and diving from Gansbaai, bird-watching by dingy 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. Also available is wine tasting at the many wineries in the area, drives to the Cape Agulhas and a myriad other activities and attractions to explore.
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