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Honne-Pondokkies is situated in the remote village of Hondeklip Bay on the Namaqualand coast, where peace and tranquility are a way of life and folks live at ease with their surroundings. Here all visitors are welcome and free to meander, without restraint or apprehension, along a picturesque 14 km shoreline.We offer six self-catering units with views of the ocean from the patios, and within walking distance to the beach. Pondokkie 1, 2 and 7 is typical, beautiful and luxurious west coast accommodation. Pondokkie 3, 4, 5 & 6 are luxurious wood chalets with thatched roofs. All units, accept Pondokkie 7, have DStv and have a full sea view. Each unit has its own braai area and there is also a braai room for the rainy days. Enjoy a sun-downer on the patio while watching a beautiful sunset. We also have a huge lapa and boma for the more adventurous. All our units are fully equipped with gas stoves (oven included) and microwave ovens.We also have a beautiful luxurious dining room and a warm delicious breakfast may be enjoyed at our facility. (Booking required upon arrival)We proudly announce that we have a beautiful swimming pool and braai area for the enjoyment of the whole family. Kiddies may also entertain themselves at our fun park. All seven units are pet friendly, but on owner’s own risk.Hondeklip Bay is about 90 km on a gravel road from Garies and 200 km from Springbok. Petrol and diesel are available in Koiingaas, which is approximately 22 km from Hondeklip Bay. You will find four restaurants and two general dealers where you can buy groceries in this quaint village.
- Swimming Pool
- Pet Friendly*
- Satellite TV*
- Parking on Premises
A 50% deposit is required to confirm a booking, and full payment must be made 14 days before arrival.
The deposit is non refundable.
In the event of death, accident or sickness, a 50% of final payment will be refunded.
We require a R 500.00 refundable breakage fee to be paid on arrival.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling