Accommodation

Finding all the accommodation in the Garden Route and Klein Karoo. From self catering, bed and breakfast, guesthouses, caravan & Camping and more.

Walters Place Guest House in Jongensfontein
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Walter's Place

Bed & Breakfast accommodation in 2 luxurious double rooms on the beach front. Walter's Place is excellently located right on the shore in Jongensfontein. Comfortable, clean and well-priced where you can switch off and relax on the covered patio with its beautiful wicker furniture while gazing at the ocean. Breathing in the fresh, clean air and feeling the cool breeze from the sea.
Heel Knus Selfsorg George
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Heel Knus Self Catering George

A self-catering apartment in the eastern parts of George, busy town in the Western Cape, South Africa. Halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on the famous Garden Route. Also boasting the largest public airport in the region having handled more than 785 000 passengers during 2017. The name of the apartment means 'quite cosy' which is an exact description of the accommodation. It is located on the ground level making it accessible for wheelchairs as well.
Driftwood Stilbaai
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Driftwood Stilbaai Self-Catering Accommodation

Self-catering holiday flat sleeping 4 – 6 guests in Still Bay. Remarkable little coastal town in the Hessequa area in the Western Cape, South Africa. Along the ever striking Garden Route and holiday destination of choice. Still Bay is located around the mouth of the Goukou River entering the Indian Ocean. The river estuary, with a blue flag beach on either side, offers a variety of exciting water sports, fishing as well as strolling along the river banks and white beaches.
Diaz Hotel & Resort
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Diaz Hotel & Resort

4 Star Hotel and Self-catering accommodation with Conference and Functions Venues as well as a Dormitory. Right on the shore of the well-known Diaz Beach in Mossel Bay, Western Cape. Along the ever so strikingly beautiful Garden Route. The Hotel sits a mere 10 m from the high-water mark in the bay where Portuguese navigator, Bartolomeu Dias set foot way back in 1488. The Diaz Hotel was,