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General

Ocean Eleven is an olde worlde, Cape Cod, colonial style guesthouse situated on the famous cliffs of Hermanus in South Africa.  The picturesque mountains beyond gently embrace the phenomenal, all encompassing vista of the bay. Recently Voted in the London Times as “One of the top 20 views in the world ( with a room)”

The main house of Ocean Eleven was built with all the high ceilings, tall windows and teak floors that made colonial architecture so utterly elegant. All these features and thus the grace and style have been retained to this day.

Ocean Eleven boasts beautifully appointed rooms that have an all-embracing sea view over Walker Bay. Luxuries include 100% cotton percale linen, tea & coffee trays, mini-bars, heated towel rails, fans as well as heating which will all ensure a comfortable stay at Ocean Eleven.

Cancellation / Prepayment

Prepayment

Bookings are made online through the Nightsbridge booking engine on which there are a variety of payment options.

Cancellation

Cancellation Policy:

14-1 Day prior to arrival 50% of reservation value
Day of arrival and No show 100% of reservation value
It is required that you complete the following form to cancel a booking: Cancel My Booking

Children and extra beds

Children under 12 yrs - by prior arrangement

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

11:00

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Ceiling Fans / Fans
  • DSTV / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Heated Towel Rails
  • Heating
  • Kettle (Tea / Coffee)
  • Laundry (Surcharge)
  • Minibar
  • Outdoor pool
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Telephone

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Hermanus - Gateway of the Overberg

Hermanus - Gateway of the OverbergCome to Hermanus – Gateway of the Overberg Visitors have long considered Hermanus a paradise and it is known by many as the Riviera of South Africa. Here you will find champagne air and the best land based whale watching in the world. Southern Right whales migrate to our shores every year. They calve in

Sports & nature

Hermanus has so much to offer if you are a nature lover. Grotto Beach and Onrus beach are just two of the many great beaches we have in Hermanus. The famous cliff path is also one of our nature jewels that attracts many visitors all year round. In the Fernkloof Nature Reserve you will find a network of hiking trails as well as the three dams. Taking a drive up Rotary Way is another favourite pastime for visitors and locals alike. Sunrise and sunset are best however any time of day will reward you with sweeping views over the town. Hoy's Koppie, located in town is another great vantage point from which to see Hermanus from up high. The Hemel en Aarde valley has many MTB tracks for cycling enthusiasts and some road have dedicated bycicle lanes. Hermanus is also well know for sporting events such as trail running, mountain biking and running. Kite surfing, surfing, diving and fishing are also popular pastimes in Hermanus. If you are more adventurous you can take to the skies and try your hand at paragliding. Quad biking in the valley through the vineyards is another unforgettable experinece

Nightlife info

Hermanus has a buzzing nightlife. Enjoy a sun downer at one of our many restaurants of visit some of the pubs and bars in town. You won't battle to find a live gigs or music event in Hermanus. A number of bars have pool tables and big screen TV's for those all important rugby games. A number of venues also have dance floors if you want to get down an boogie. If you love art then the First Friday art walk is a must, on the first Friday of every month.

Culture and history info

Hermanus has a long history dating back to the the Khoi and San peoples of Southern Africa. Evidence that they lived in the area has been discovered in a cave at Hoy's Koppie located in the center of town. In the early 1800’s a gentleman by the name of Hermanus Pieters discovered Hermanus which became known as Hermanupietersfontein. Interestingly enough the decision was made to shorten the name to Hermanus in 1902 as postal taxes were levied on each letter of the towns name.
The first permanent settlers arrived in 1857. The Henn family pitched a camp next to the waterfall discovered by Mr Pieters in town and built the first permanent buildings along the present day Marine Drive. By the late 1800's Hermanus had had become a bustling fishing village with a number of hotels, shops and a post office. Word spread fast and Hermanus was soon prescribed to the ill as an ideal location for recuperation and rest  because of the champagne air. A sanatorium was even erected over looking Walker Bay. The building now houses the Windsor Hotel. Did you know that Hermanus has a train station but no trains pass thought the town? Sir William Hoy, head of the South Africa Railways and Harbour Services enjoyed to holiday in Hermanus during the summer and had a great fondness for the small town.

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