DIE WILDE HAF
This is a true beach house, sitting with its toes literally in the sand. We invite you to come and enjoy it in its unique location, as a romantic getaway, or as a holiday spot for the entire family.
This gull's eye view timber-frame home is situated right on the western shoreline of Still Bay, a smallish seaside town in the Southern Cape. The location is remote enough to be a getaway experience, yet developed enough to offer all necessary amenities and facilities. Shops, banks, restaurants, golf and tennis - all are within a 10 minute drive.
The house was named “Die Wilde Haf” (“Wild Ocean”) by the Hiemstra family because of their Frisian origin.
The Frisian term for the North Sea is “wild ocean” (Wilde Haf) , an ever-present element in the northern Netherlands. The Indian Ocean is every bit as close here, but not as cold or as wild!