A spectacular seafront setting, warm welcome, luxurious rooms and delicious dining set the scene for a memorable stay. Schulphoek House overlooks the bay from which it receives its name; an idyllic cove where whales often visit. A well known eco-conscious refuge, this protected cove and its shoreline is also home to many birds, small mammals and marine life which can be viewed on the seashore paths nearby.
Each of our fifteen rooms offers thoughtful decor touches and luxurious amenities.
Rooms and bathrooms are individually decorated with our collection of South African art and furniture.
Generously sized superior, standard and family suites offer options with private patios overlooking the garden, or with sweeping views of the bay.
Indulge in the singular beauty of the Cape or read a book from our library in a comfy armchair.
A relaxed and refined experience awaits.
The Expedition Project is a social enterprise! Please use the enquiry form below – by doing so you are supporting both this partner and nearby community and conservation projects at no extra cost. You will also get access to similar projects, accommodation discounts and special offers.
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Southern Right Whales visit the Hermanus area between June and November. They can reach lengths of 15-17 meters and can weigh 50-60 tons. Photo: @almidfa333 #hermanus #whalewatching #southernrightwhales #capewhalecoast #overberg #westerncape #southafrica #africa #whales #whale #winter #winterthrills