Blue Whale Resort is rated three stars with the 'South African Tourism Grading Council' and offers fully equipped self-catering luxurious chalets, located on the seafront only 10km from George central
A beautiful farm guesthouse overlooking the Outeniqua Mountains in the middle of the Garden Route. We can accommodate up to 40 people on a sharing basis, where you can select one of the following 9 rooms/cottages to suit your requirements...
Die Waenhuis Guest House is in the elegant Caledon Street within walking distance of the business center of George and some outstanding restaurants. Ideal for business people and tourists visiting the garden route.
No 6 Beach Road, is situated in Herolds Bay, in the heart of the Garden Route. The self-catering apartment sleeps 8
Serendipity is situated in a private nature / game reserve with views of the sea and the Outeniqua mountains from George to Knysna. The luxurious self catering wooden lodge sleeps six in private and is fully equipped, including Jacuzzi.
At Rest is a charming self-catering log cabin at Pirates Creek, in the heart of the Garden Route in the Wilderness National Park, 200 m from the beach. It is a popular weekend and holiday breakaway destination with something to offer for the whole...
We offer you private accommodation in an upmarket tranquil suburb of George. Ideally suited for a family, or the guest who seeks peace and quiet. Accommodation is large, modern and, comfortable.
African Sun offers a relaxing atmosphere and a beautiful view of the Outeniqua mountains, it is a small holding where guests can walk through the rose garden or sit out in the rose garden under an umbrella and read while you are served with a cup of
Rustverseker is centrally located in George and offers quality accommodation for business travelers, overnight guests and holidaymakers. It is close to several shops, restaurants, the N2 and a variety of attractions.
Situated in the spectacular Garden Route of South Africa, Burrough Place is a Guesthouse that is on the main road when entering George from the Outeniqua Pass (N9) side. Loved equally by all the business travellers, golf enthusiasts, cyclists and tourists
George is the ideal venue if you have a golfing holiday in mind. The town of George itself has world class courses in and around the city, including the George Golf Club, Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate. George also has an airport and is a great link to the Klein Karoo hinterland.
The Outeniqua Transport Museum in George has a large collection of old steam locomotives and carriages. It also serves as the departure and arrival point of the Outeniqua Choo Tjoe and Outeniqua Power Van. George was named after the reigning monarch in 1811, King George III.
Sport and adventure enthusiasts will enjoy the hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, paragliding, cycling, abseiling, canoeing available in and around George.
In the George Museum you will find some interesting displays on the growth of the timber industry. Also in the museum is a collection of memorabilia associated with PW Botha, the last hardline nationalist leader. A very interesting item is an AK47 rifle carved from ivory given to Botha as a present from Jonas Savimbi.
Close to the museum in York Street you will find an old english oak tree, planted by Adrianus van Kervel, the first governor of George. A piece of chain has grown into the tree and attached to it is an ancient lock. Rumour has it that this is the tree where the slaves were chained to, to be sold in the earlier years.