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...
Cosy, small holiday apartment with queen bed for two persons, with kitchen and bathroom with shower. There is also 1 small area for a child in the lobby way. A charming private garden enables you to grill in the shade of a banana tree...
The Old Trading Post - Guests can book either on a Bed & Breakfast, Self-catering or Bed only basis, depending on the room chosen. Braai facilities are available. Children and pets are welcome.
Nima Lodge has 3 luxury chalets carefully positioned as to offer maximum privacy. All chalets have king size extra length beds. Linen is the finest Percale cotton. The chalets have ceiling fans for balmy nights, and...
Situated in a protected nature reserve perched high on the cliffs and surrounded by forest, fynbos and ocean this is an ideal hideaway for those seeking peace and tranquility.
We have four en-suite bedrooms with quality linen, underfloor heating and ceiling fans. Guest Lounge with fire place and library is inviting and softly furnished to pamper. Delectable country breakfasts are served in the breakfast room or outside...
Seaside Cottage is exactly that. A double story wooden Cottage set on the shoreline of the mystical Wilderness and can sleep five.
Tastefully finished with sandstone and beamed ceilings. The spacious elegance of this unique villa creates a tranquil relaxed atmosphere. Picture perfect in every respect. All the bedrooms have sea views, and the living areas are spacious and relaxed. The
Oakhurst is one of the original large properties of the Garden Route situated in the Wilderness district, near George. There are 11 different self catering units available.
Wilderness Manor an elegant and refined guest house overlooking the Wilderness Lagoon, in the scenic village of Wilderness. Step out of the front door and cross the road onto the boardwalk for an easy and safe stroll to golden beaches, restaurants and...
Selfcatering Guesthouse comprising of 7 apartments 5 Star position directly on Wilderness Beachfront
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.
Set in the charming Wilderness Village, overlooking the Wilderness Lagoon & sea, Wilderness Waters welcomes its visitors to stylish, comfortable and well-appointed 4-star accommodation- all within walking distance of the golden beach, the fresh water lago
Cape Footprints a self Catering Cottage in Wilderness, Garden Route, Western Cape, South Africa is a spacious modern house constructed using sandbags in the image of two footprints.
Wilderness is a beautiful town nestled between thickly forested hills and cliffs on the one side and a system of spectacular waterways, lakes, and lagoons along the coast. In the centre of the Wilderness National Park there is a rest camp that hires out paddleboats, row-boats, and canoes. At the camp a shop is available.
The town itself is situated at the mouth of the Touws River, where hippo's once used to play in the mud-holes. Wilderness is a very popular holiday resort and caters for every kind of tourist.
Hikers wont be disappointed by the 10-kilometer(6 mile) Pied Kingfisher trail which covers the river, marshes and lagoon. While hiking you will be able to see five of the ten kingfisher species of South Africa. For the bird-watchers there are two hides available in Upper-Langvlei and Rondevlei, which are located in the wilderness wetland marshes and draws birds from all over the country.
The wilderness lakes provide excellent opportunities for watersports like swimming, sailing, and waterskiing. Canoeists can explore the lagoon and channels. Surfers will enjoy the excellent waves and fishermen wont be disappointed by the ample fishing opportunities.
Over the years Wilderness has become a popular honeymoon destination. According to legend when George Bennet of Cape Town wanted to get married, his bride said yes on the condition that they live in Wilderness. He bought the whole area in 1877 for 500 english pounds and had to struggle to clear away some the forest just so that he could build a house. A real wilderness.