Hoogwaterhuis @ Hangklip

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Hangklip Road

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082 444 5618
Mobile
082 444 5618
Contact
Henry
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One of a kind - where sea and sand combine with nature's changing hues to serve as refreshment for both body and mind.

A rugged farm road leads you to the sanddune and peninsula housing Hoogwaterhuis...
If you need a break or time with family or close friends... Hoogwaterhuis must be one of the only positions in the world where one can see 4 lighthouses flashing at night, Cape Hangklip, Dangerpoint, Cape Point and Roman Rock.

The house is on 2 levels : The bottom level with 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet and shower.
The top level consists of the dining area, kitchen and lounge with bunk beds around a massive fireplace.

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