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Listing Category: Accommodation, Camping, Cottages, Self Catering, and Wedding Venue

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  • The rustic farm-style setting of Die Houthoop is ideal for visitors to Namaqualand who would like to experience true Namaqualand hospitality.

    Die Houthoop welcomes nature lovers who would like to see Namaqualand in all its splendor. The flower season starts from June to October when winter rains have converted the veldt to a green “winter wonderland”.

    Quaint chapel on the farm which is available for  christening or wedding services.

    Informal walking trails are safe. You might see the “meerkat” or suricate, a “small mammal” while walking. There is a variety of plant life to enjoy on your walks and for the inquisitive person there is a world of insects, all the contributing to the unique ecosystem of the flower-utopia.

    The cold Atlantic Ocean, dramatic West Coast and seasonal endemic wild flowers create an unique West Coast atmosphere. This is reflected at the Houthoop Guest farm. We invite you to our home where you can enjoy our hospitality and well-cooked homely meals, while relaxing in our rustic Namaqualand environment – a 100% big sky country.

    Please feel free to view our Gallery and get an idea of the beauty that surrounds us.

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  • SEAFOOD BUFFET
    Nothing like this true West Coast experience – a seafood buffet in
    Die Houthoop open air facility. (Please pre book- subjected to
    number of bookings.)

    SEE THE FLORAL BEAUTY
    The annual flower season is quite stunning and is certainly one of the natural wonders of the world. So, if you're at a loose end in August, September or October, you will catch our flowers in all their beauty. Please confirm flower status with hostess, or get a flower update from the Springbok Tourism office-

    FUN IN THE WAVES
    The nearby beaches are great and the swimming is safe. The old ship wrecks on the shoreline make interesting viewing and are a great subject for photographers.

    SOME SERIOUS SAND BOARDING
    Boarding down the slopes of the sand dunes is great fun and be ready to
    reach some high speeds. (Only on Dune 4x4 route.) Do bring your boards along.

    All in all there is always something to do in and around

    Die Houthoop, bearing in mind that it is a
    perfect place just to relax and take it
    easy far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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  • Rates:

    POA

  • Type Of Accommodation:
    • Units
    • Camping Spots
    • Chalets
  • Caravanning and Camping :
    • Full ablutions
    • Electricity points
    • Campsite – Gras
    • Campsite – Gravel
  • Amenities In Rooms (May differ in rooms):
    • Queen Size Bed
    • Double Bed
    • Single Bed
    • Smoking allowed in rooms
    • En-suite bathrooms
    • DSTV Premium
  • Other Facilities:
    • Garden
    • Daily service
    • Braai Area
    • Lapa
    • Boma
    • Dinner Available
    • Bar
    • Safe Parking
    • Wedding Venue
  • Other Facilities Onsite:
    • Hiking
    • Birding
    • Game viewing
  • Other Facilities Nearby:
    • Beach
    • Cycling
    • 4x4 Routes
    • Hiking
    • Birding
    • Angling
    • Picnic Spots
    • Adventure Activities
  • Other Facilities Or Activities:

    Die Houthoop guest farm is centrally situated in the Northern Cape, Namaqualand:

    • close to the sea (15km) and
    • the Namaqua National Park
    • on the way to Richtersveld National Park (only mountain desert in SA),
    • 60 km from Port Nolloth,
    • 85 km from Hondeklip bay;
    • 115 km from Springbok.