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  • THE DOG STONE

    Dog Stone

    A big gneiss rock resembling a dog inspired Thomas Grace to name Hondeklipbaai, which translated, would mean “Dog Stone Bay”. During 1853 the “dog” was defaced when its ear was chopped of and taken to Cape Town in order to start the fictitious “Dog’s Ear Copper Company”. During a severe lightning storm in the 1970’s, it lost its nose as well.

  • Spitfire Rock

    Spitfire Rock

    Spectacular “spits” and sprays as the sea blast against this rock. An excellent location to take stunning photographs.

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Skulpieskraal

Skulpieskraal Tented Lodge comprises six comfortable tents, Three tents with double beds and three tents with single beds and bedding.

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Die Houthoop - Kleinzee

Outside Kleinzee (95km from HKB)

All the bedrooms have been upgraded and now include comfortable beds with duvets, pillows, blankets and hot water bottles while the en suite bathrooms with hot showers, flush loos and basins also include towels. .

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Die Baai se Bek

Self-catering cottage is situated within a few strides of the "mouth" of the bay

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The Sandcastle

Although not on the beach - This cottage has a very nice ocean view (as shown in sunset picture) with a private atrium in the back with great wind protection.

Solar lighting | Gas geyser and 2 plate stove. No Municipal power.

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Noup - Koingnaas

Outside Koingnaas (50km from HKB)

All the bedrooms have been upgraded and now include comfortable beds with duvets, pillows, blankets and hot water bottles while the en suite bathrooms with hot showers, flush loos and basins also include towels. .

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k9-cottage

A comfortable and spacious self-catering cottage that can accommodate two persons sharing a double bed.

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Honne-Hemel

Honne-Hemel is the ideal getaway for the whole family. Honne-Hemel is a fully equipped, self-catering and comfortable holiday house with great sea views, located just a two minutes’ walk from the beach. The house has three bedrooms; the main bedroom has a double bed (bathroom with shower only) and the other two bedrooms have twin beds.

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ByDieBaai

Bydiebaai selfsorg woonstel is gelee ongeveer 2minute se stap vanaf die see en is loop afstand vanaf die kruideniers winkel , slaghuis , drankwinkel en restaurante.

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Sampie Se Woonstel

Fully furnished self-catering apartment in Hondeklipbaai. The flat consists of two rooms. One double and two single beds.

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Honne-Pondokkies

We offer six self-catering units with views of the ocean from the patios, and within walking distance to the beach.

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  • Home

Welcome to Hondeklipbaai

While not affluent and used to living meagerly, the community have a pleasant and carefree nature. Here all visitors are welcome and free to meander, without restraint or apprehension, along a picturesque 14 km shoreline. Tidal pools still abound with marine life and as long as you have the necessary licence and keep to the restrictions, you can collect your own seafood or watch as, undisturbed, the Sandpipers, Gulls and Oystercatchers scavenge for theirs. In Hondeklip Bay the ocean still smells like it should since there is a constant supply of clean, fresh and invigorating air. Here peace and tranquillity is a way of life and folks live at ease with their surroundings.

Favorite Units

Bamboes - 4 Sleeper

R1,250.00

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Pondokkies 3 4 5 6

R805.00

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K9-cottage

R500.00

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Sampie Se Woonstel - Whole unit

R750.00

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Apartment ByDieBaai

R400.00

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Die Baai se Bek

R750.00

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Tent with double bed and bedding

R400.00

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Pondokkie 1

R750.00

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Honne-Hemel

R900.00

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Farside - 2 Sleeper

R1,000.00

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Naasnaas - 4 sleeper

R1,250.00

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Tent with two single beds and bedding

R400.00

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Landmarks

THE DOG STONE

THE DOG STONE

A big gneiss rock resembling a dog inspired Thomas Grace to name Hondeklipbaai, which translated, would mean “Dog Stone Bay”. During 1853 the “dog” was defaced when its ear was chopped of and taken to Cape Town in order to start the fictitious “Dog’s Ear Copper Company”. During a severe lightning storm in the 1970’s, it lost its nose as well.

THE OLD CEMETERY

THE OLD CEMETERY

Several very old gravestones of long forgotten inhabitants,sailors and visitors who found their last resting place in Hondeklip Bay.

SPITFIRE ROCK

SPITFIRE ROCK

Spectacular “spits” and sprays as the sea blast against this rock. An excellent location to take stunning photographs.

THE ARISTEA SHIPWRECK

THE ARISTEA SHIPWRECK

The Aristea, an I & J fishing trawler, survived WWII but not the onslaught of her tipsy captain and the shores of Hondeklip Bay. She ran aground on the 4th July 1945.