De Hoop is made up of a wide range of accommodation situated in the De Hoop conservation area. The De Hoop Nature Reserve is a 36 000-hectare World Heritage Site and a treasure-trove of natural assets that includes over 70km of pristine coastline.
Because De Hoop is a safe, outdoor destination with almost year-round sunshine, it’s ideal for a family holiday. The endless beach, towering sand dunes, inter-tidal rock pools and diverse fauna and flora provide a natural playground for kids to learn in.
Discerning self-catering guests can bring along a group of friends and enjoy a private, relaxed getaway together.
The De Hoop cottages comprise 7 Opstal Equipped Cottages, 3 Vlei Cottages, 2 Opstal Houses, the Melkkamer Vlei Cottage, the Melkkamer Foreman’s Cottage, Koppie Alleen and the Opstal Manor House.
Birding, hiking, dune walks, mountain biking and snorkelling are some of the activities you can take part in when staying at De Hoop. There are 86 mammal species, 260 migrant and resident bird species and 1 500 plant species found in the reserve.
De Hoop is is a nature reserve that’s remote, has unusual accommodation and is perfect for a complete wind down where you are at one with nature.