Quirky Stone Cottage Rental near George, Western Cape, South AfricaWilderness, Western Cape (South Africa)
Quirky Stone Cottage Rental near George, Western Cape, South Africa
This quirky stone cottage rental near George in the Western Cape, South Africa, is located near Wilderness Village on the shores of Trou River and can accommodate four guests. There are two bedrooms and one full bathroom. The first bedroom has a king-size bed and french doors that open onto the courtyard. The second bedroom has twin beds, access to the private patio, and pretty views across the aloe garden. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a double sink, and a Victorian slipper tub, plus a beautiful, exposed stone decor. Linens and towels are provided.
The cottage is furnished with antiques and an Egyptian-themed decor. Outside, there is a large, semi-private decking area with luxury seating, native flora, and a mystical 400-year-old milkwood tree.
Built in the 1920s, this award-winning guest lodge offers incredible views over the sparkling Trou River lagoon and surrounding tree-covered mountainside, which can be enjoyed from the large garden containing 400-year-old milkwood trees and its very own plunge pool.
Relaxation and tranquility can easily be found on one of the many shaded wooden decks, including a floating deck, or on the communal terrace where guests can sit back and watch ducks, kingfishers, dabchicks, and fish at play.
For cooler days or nights, a cozy lounge with fireplace and comfy chairs is open to all guests.
- Front desk service
- Linens and pillows
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Wilderness, Western Cape (South Africa)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whale watching
- Safari/Game drive
- Jeep tours
- Feeding animals
Although glampers may be tempted to simply relax and unwind in such a beautiful setting, there is a whole host of activities to choose from near the lodge. Thrill-seekers can brave a 45-meter abseil in the Kaaimans River Gorge, try river or sea canoeing, paragliding, or zip-line canopy tours in the Tsitsikamma indigenous rainforest.
Nature lovers can take full advantage of the abundant local flora and fauna nearby with one of the world's largest bird parks, The World of Birds, the Monkeyland Sanctuary, and the Knysna Elephant Park all nearby, as well as game viewing, horse riding, whale watching, and even shark cage diving with Shark Africa!
There are numerous drives, beaches, forest walks and scenic day trips from which glampers can soak up the unique vistas of the Garden Route. In addition, golfing, market shopping, swimming, spa treatments, and restaurants are all within close proximity.
If guests would like to take home a unique memento, private appointments to visit local artist studios can be arranged.
The lodge maintains an intimate, friendly feel, so if guests would like recommendations or insider tips from where to eat to the best day trips, the staff or host will be happy to advise.