At 29 Columba Guest House, is located in the small town of Great Brak River in the very heart of the spectacular Garden Route, South Africa. Perfectly located between George and Mossel Bay as well as suited to accommodate seminars as well as family reunio
Milkwood Cottage is your private hide-away in the heart of the Garden Route, situated at Hersham Beach, Great Brak River, South Africa. This cosy, yet spacious cottage is nestled amongst Milkwood trees and offers an ideal retreat for a relaxing holiday. I
Southern Cross Beach House is a 4 bedroomed 10 sleeper with sea views. The perfect holiday house just a stone's throw from the beach and lagoon.
Dwarswegstrand Resort is a holiday resort along the Garden Route Coast line between Mossel Bay and George near Great Brak River. Here you can relax and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the coastal resort with direct access to the long white beach.
This competitively priced self-catering guesthouse with its own entrance is situated on the famous Garden Route, world renowned for its natural wonders and beauty and for some of the most spectacular scenic coastal drives in the world. The house ...
The first suite caters for 6 people in two bedrooms (also sleeper couch in lounge). One bedroom with queen size bed, the other with two single beds with 2 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge and private braai stoep. The second suite caters for 4 people...
Ocean View is an exquisite double storey self-catering holiday home close to Glentana, which is situated on the Garden Route along the southern coast of South Africa...
Situated in a security estate. This comfortable, furnished and spotlessly clean apartment offers 1 bedroom with a double bed and a bedsitter/kitchenette with 2 single beds, bathroom with shower. The whole house can also be rented out for extra accommodati
Kelkiewyn, a self catering family holiday apartment consist of two separate units each with its own entrance and parking bay in Kusweg (Coast Road), Tergniet.
Groot Brakrivier/Great Brak River nestles in a perfect Garden Route setting. The tranquil village is situated on the road from Mossel Bay to George and is a popular holiday resort. The beautiful, unspoilt beaches in the area, and the lagoon, offer safe swimming. The presence of Southern Right and other whales from May till November is one of the towns main attractions. The river that divides the village is rich in marine life while its wooded banks offer excellent opportunities for birdwatching. Follow the circular route through the village and experience the history and culture of years gone by. The sweeping panoramic views complement the outstanding characteristics of this jewel of the Southern Cape.
If you need total relaxation, discover the unspoilt beaches from Glentana to Little Brak River. Sport activities in Great Brak include tennis, squash, bowls and cycling along with the opportunity to practice your golf at Dolphins Creek Golf Estate and at De Kaap Driving Range.
The area is also close to the tourist attraction, The Island. Linked to the mainland by the original single lane-bridge. The Island is well known for its timber holiday homes.
The Great Brak River Museum and Information Centre (old school house built in 1902) in Amy Searle Street represents the history of the village after the arrival of the Searle family in the late 1850s, the usage of water power through the past century and the local history of the Khoisan. The Information Centre is housed in the Museum. The centre has brochures, maps as well as information on hiking routes, adventure & eco tourism available in the area.
The Watson Shoe Factory is described as the reason for the towns existence.
The village is also home to the biggest known Pepper Tree in South Africa (11,2 metres in diameter) and the Wolwedans Dam, where you can enjoy the magnificent views and unique dam wall.