We offer comfortable accommodation in five historic buildings namely the "Police Station", "Post Office", "School", "House of Sin" and "Welsch House". These buildings date back to 1860 and once formed the heart of the bustling town of Herold...
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
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.
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.
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
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...
This beautiful countryside house is in the breathtaking Geelhoutboom area of George in the Garden Route. George in the Garden Route. You can watch the beautiful 360 degree sunset
The house is situated right on the beach in Wilderness, with breathtaking views of breaking waves. Let the sounds of the sea lull you to sleep.
Seaside Cottage is exactly that. A double story wooden Cottage set on the shoreline of the mystical Wilderness and can sleep five.
Herold is a quaint little hamlet situated in the Montagu Pass. The pass is located between George, 35 km's to the south and Oudtshoorn, 38 km's to the north, on the R62. The pass was completed in 1847 by the Australian engineer, Henry Fancourt White. It was the first time that gunpowder and fire was used to create a pass through the bedrock.
Unfortunately some of the local trees in the Herold area were replaced by exotics like acacia and pine, but some of the stinkwood trees can still be seen at the appropriately named Stinkhoutdraai with its five-span bridge.
At the Tollhouse is a rest area where you can see some ferns and cascading waterfalls. Also visible in the pass is the remains of an old blacksmith's shop.
At Herold accommodation is available in the form of a guest farm. You may choose to sleep in one of five buildings dating back to the 1860's. Onsite braai/barbeque facilities, hiking trails, an outdoor pool and a restaurant is available. All of the buildings have fully equipped kitchens.
Pets are allowed at Herold and there are washing machines onsite. The beach and steam locomotive trips are 30 mins away. Guided hikes up the Cradock and George peaks are also available.