Die Houthoop (SE Kleinzee 12km)

Die Houthoop is a guest farm in the Northern Cape, Namaqualand. The name is derived from a pile of wood, packed in a semi-circle that serves as an open air restaurant. The Redfig wood is collected from a bush that grows on the farm and Willem van Dyk (sr.) started the “boma” in 1954. They have Camping sites, Rustic huts and en-suite self catering.

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
• 60 km from Port Nolloth
• 85 km from Hondeklip bay
• 115 km from Springbok.

Contact them on 078 598 7227 or via email at houthoop@telkomsa.net. Visit their website at http://www.houthoop.co.za/. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Die-Houthoop-Opelug-Restaurant-Gasteplaas-511452519032686