No 6 Beach Road, is situated in Herolds Bay, in the heart of the Garden Route. The self-catering apartment sleeps 8
Nagenoeg Beach Cottage is set right on the beachfront with magnificent sea views and direct access to a sandy beach and a tidal pool within walking distance. The temperate climate makes for an enjoyable holiday experience all year round...
This is a luxurious self catering holiday apartment . Oubaai is the ultimate destination for a relaxing stay on the Garden route and is the ideal getaway for golfers, birders, loafers, surfers and the rest. Something for all...
Heroldsbay 705 is a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment. The complex has a communal swimming pool and braai area.
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
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
This magnificent beachfront self-catering home, is ideally situated in the seaside village of Glentana, a mere 10 minute drive from the George Airport and within easy reach of all the breathtaking attractions the Garden Route has to offer.
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...
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
Herold's Bay was named after the first minister of the Dutch Reformed Church, Tobias Herold, of George, a town close by. Occasionally, along the Garden Route, the cliffs pull back and nature forms a sheltered, sandy bay. Herold's Bay is a good example of one of these bays.
Herold's Bay has a seawater swimming pool and therefore swimming is quite a popular pastime. The Herold's Bay Village is situated on a ridge overlooking the bay and the area is full of lovely trees.
Fishing is good in the Herold's Bay area and the resort is situated on the eastern end of the Mossel Bay. Musselcrackers are prolific in the bay. Possibilities are also good for elf, kob and leervis when they do their autumn and winter runs. Favourite fishing spots are "Voëlklip", "Skotsebank" and "Rooikransies".
Herold's Bay is only about 15km's away from the George Airport and about 24km's away from the biggest city in the area, George.