Accommodation in Wilderness, Western Cape
|South Africa >> Western Cape >> Garden Route >> Wilderness|
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|Tendele||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Tendele is built into the coastal forest of the dunes overlooking the scenic beauty of the wetlands in the Wilderness National Park. Sunrise creates stunning views of Island Lake.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity while relaxing in the well appointed rooms. Take a break with sundowners on the deck w...|
|The Tops||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|IN THE HEART OF THE WILDERNESS. The most beautiful view in South Africa. 4 DOUBLE ROOMS EN SUITE B&B, 4 SELF CATERING STUDIOS, SLEEPING 4 EACH. 7 MINUTES' WALK FROM THE BEACH AND ALL RESTAURANTS...|
||The Boardwalk Lodge, Wilderness||Wilderness||Self-catering|
|Hugging the Outeniqua mountainside amid a beautiful stretch of indigenous forest, and located at the heart of the world-famous Garden Route, the Boardwalk Lodge is a distinctive self-catering and bed & breakfast leisure resort. Picture-perfect views and natural forest vegetation provide the setting ...|
|Pink Lodge On The Beach||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Beachfront accommodation offering comfortable,elegant en-suite rooms with breathtaking panoramic sea views. Managers Pieter and Petro Steunenberg pamper guests with first class service and hospitality.
Enjoy a full or continental breakfast from our upstairs restaurant with full beach and ocean vie...|
||Beyond The Moon||Wilderness||Self-catering|
|5 self-catering cottages, Kestrel and Francolin above the forest, River Sanctuary in the forest next to the stream and Kingfisher cottage as well as Froggy Lodge on a vlei in the clearing of the indigenous forest. ...|
|Albatross, The||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Anchorage B&b||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Bruni's Guest House||Wilderness||Guest House|
|C the C||Wilderness||Self-catering|
|Clover Leigh Cottages||Wilderness||Self-catering|
|Cormorant Guest House||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Delaney House Inn||Wilderness||Hotel / Lodge|
|Dolphin Dunes||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Fairy Knowe Hotel||Wilderness||Hotel / Lodge|
||Hildesheim Guest House||Wilderness||Guest House|
|Kingfisher Country House||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|La Retraite Wilderness||Wilderness||Self-catering|
|Mes Amis Guest House||Wilderness||Guest House|
|Mont Fleur||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Moontide Guest Lodge||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Oak House||Wilderness||Guest House|
|Palm Wilderness||Wilderness||Guest House|
|Protea Hotel Wilderness Resort||Wilderness||Hotel / Lodge|
|Seodin House||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Shining Waters B&B||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Solliez B&b||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|The Albatross||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|The Dunes||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Waterside Lodge B&B||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Whale's Way Ocean Retreat||Wilderness||Guest House|
|Wilderness Beach Lodge||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
|Wilderness Lagoon B&b||Wilderness||Bed & Breakfast|
The romantic resort of Wilderness lies 15 km east of George, between the Kaaimans River in the West and the Goukamma Nature Reserve in the east, bordered by the Outeniqua Mountains in the north and the Indian Ocean in the south.
Wilderness is renowned for its vast stretches of beach, its peace and tranquillity and the absence of windswept headlands and wild, stormy seas. The long stretch of beach embraces the mouths of the Touw and Kaaimans Rivers, and is backed by northward cliffs over which the fringe of the forest reaches down to sea level.
Wilderness not only overlooks the sea, but also the placid lagoon (Touw River Estuary), the Serpentine, which meanders between the Touw River, Island Lake and Rondevlei. This is a favourite venue for waterskiing and attracts enthusiasts from far and wide. Recreation includes hiking, mountain-biking, bird- and whale-watching, hang- and paragliding, horseriding, scenic drives, day tours, angling, boating and other water sports.
By way of accommodation, there is something for everyone - hotels, guest houses, B & B and self-catering establishments.
Excellent viewpoints are Map of Africa with breathtaking scenery of forests, lakes, mountains and coastline and Dolphin's Point, an excellent vantage point from which to study whales and dolphins. Kaaimans River Bridge is a much favoured spot for photography and particularly for taking snaps of the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe that travels along the coastline between George and Knysna.
Woodville Big Tree, over 800 years old, creates shaded areas with its massive branches, making it a great picnic spot.
Take a stroll along The boardwalk (also wheelchair-friendly) which is part of the Pied Kingfisher Trail and home to a wide variety of birds.
The winter climate is splendid with sunshine days and temperatures that rarely drop below 8 degrees celcius. The annual rainfall averages around 700mm.
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