Overberg Southern Cape Cnr Vermont & Pelican Rds, Onrus, Hermanus. Main entrance in Vermont Rd

Oude Schuur Boutique


There are 6 luxurious suites, each room with its own en-suite bathrooms. All bedrooms opens onto a private balcony with beautiful views. Each room is serviced daily and equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. A digital laptop safe is also available for all your valuables. The establishment offers breakfast for two included with every room booked. The swimming pool is available for all guests to use. Free secure parking is also provided. Only 2 rooms are currently available due to our municipal licensing being processed. Please inquire about availability

GPS: -34.41003 | 19.163385

General Info


* Regrettably no children under the age of 18 * Secure Parking * No trailers / caravans allowed * 24 Hour Security (CCTV) * Behind Remote Gate * Swimming Pool * Walking distance to beach and shops

In Room:

* All rooms opens onto its own balcony * Housekeeping 7 days a week * Digital Safe * Satellite TV * Free Wi-Fi * Air-Conditioning * Breakfast for 2 included per room


* Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. * Overberg Fynbos Route. * Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy. * Walker Bay Wine Estates. * Walker Bay Wine Route. * Adrian's Bistro. * Blue Gum Restaurant. * Die Rooibier Restaurant & Pub. * Dine at Agulhas Country Lodge. * Platform 1 Eatery. * Hermanus Zipline Tour. * Onrus Beach.

Area Info:      

The Cape Overberg region in the province of the Western Cape comprises some of the most scenic and popular parts of South Africa. These include the shark cage diving Mecca of Gansbaai as well as the whale watching hub of Hermanus. Onrus is part of Hermanus and showcases the peaceful ambience and holiday vibe of the little town. The town comes alive every year between about October and January, thanks to the whales that frequent the coastline at this time. These include Southern Right, Humpback and killer whales, which stage wonderfully dramatic performances for those on the shore and on whale watching tours to enjoy. Every year, between 60 and 100 of these marine giants make their way past the coast; spyhopping, breaching and lobtailing playfully, which gives the impression that they are as interested in their audience as we are of them. The entire area is surrounded by the impressive mountains of the Cape Overberg, as well as hundreds of species of the spectacular fynbos that is endemic to this country. This means that, no matter where in Onrus or the greater Overberg region one stays, the views are almost always breath-taking, and access to the wonders of the South African landscape are only a short drive or walk away. Onrus is the ideal holiday spot for visitors that want to enjoy a real South African beach holiday. These ocean waters are chilly, making them refreshing in the hot summer months. The nearby lagoon is warmer, and is also ideal for swimming (particularly for little ones that are not accustomed to the colder sea water). The beaches boast long stretches of pristine sandy shores, inviting families and friends to play Frisbee, picnic, suntan or take a dip in the cool Atlantic Ocean waters. Sailing, kiting and kayaking are also popular sports in the area.


From Cape Town: Via Sir Lowry's Pass From Cape Town take the N2 highway toward Cape Town International Airport and Somerset West. Go past the airport and continue through Somerset West, staying on the N2. As you reach the end of Somerset West you will begin the long climb up Sir Lowry's Pass. At the top of the pass you can turn right into a lay-bye and enjoy spectacular views over Somerset West, Strand and False Bay all the way back to Table Mountain. Continue on the N2 passing the Steenbras Dam on you right, the town of Grabouw on your left and miles of apple orchards as you head toward Caledon. At Grabouw there is a pleasant stopping point at the Peregrine Farm Stall on your right. Continue past the Apple Packing Plants on your left and into the Houw Hoek Pass. There is another roadside restaurant at Houw Hoek (on your right) and the Famous Houw Hoek Hotel on your left. Go over the Houw Hoek Pass and down to the small village of Bot Rivier, where you take the exit to Hermanus (R43). Follow the R43 all the way to Hermanus. You will pass the turnoff to Wildekrans Wine Estate on your left, Barton Wines and Olives on your right. A little further on is a Shell service station, roadside restaurant and a Pot manufacturer as well as a Bali Furniture outlet. A little further on is the junction with the R44 from Gordons Bay and Kleinmond. Continue straight to Hermanus. You cross the Bot River and Benguela Cove Wine and Housing Estate on your right, then Fisherhaven, Hawston, Vermont, and Finally Onrus about 5km before Hermanus. At the robot intersection you will see OK Mini-Mark on your right, turn right into Vermont Avenue and follow the road for about 500meters where you will reach your destination De Oude Schuur on your left. Cnr Vermont & Pelican Street.