Garden Route Accommodation

The Garden Route gets its name from the area of South Africa  in and along this exquisite region of the south coast of South Africa that spans the section between Mossel Bay in the Western Cape and the Storms River in the Eastern Cape. The Garden Route encompasses the towns of Mossel Bay, George, Oudshoorn and Plettenberg Bay among many other smaller towns and interesting locations in between. This picturesque drive through the rich and varied countryside is the ideal setting for a slow and leisurely road trip, during which one can stop and see all the curiosities the coastline, the towns and the other places of interest have to offer. For those with an adventurous spirit a trip through the Garden Route shouldn't exclude a bungee jump off either the Gourits River bridge or the Bloukrans River Bridge - the Bloukrans River jump being the highest commercial bungee jump in the world. Oudshoorn hosts the Cango Caves which is a vast underground network of Caverns through which tourists can take guided tours; Oudshoorn also offers a crocodile farm an ostrich farm and a snake farm where visitors can experience and learn about these animals up close.

George is the largest town in the area and plays an administrative role in the surrounding towns and is also the main commercial centre. The small coastal village of Knysna is surrounded by dense forests, a vast lagoon and the Knysna Heads looking over the ocean. The town and surrounding areas of Wilderness and Sedgefield offer an excellent place to enjoy the outdoors whether one enjoys sports and hiking or just relaxing and indulging in the ambiances. The entire Garden Route is steeped in history and culture, and almost every place one can stop has a story to go with it.

The many small towns along the Garden Route all have unique and interesting histories and features worth looking into. Many festivals and sporting events occur along this stretch throughout the year such as the Klein Karoo Arts Festival in Oudshoorn or Knysna's annual Oyster Festival which is always a well-attended attraction which brings in large amounts of local and foreign visitors.

The Garden Route is well worth taking a slow and studied tour through. One is advised to allow of plenty of time to take advantage of all that the area and its communities has to offer.

Sort Results By:

save

30%

Mont Fleur Bed & Breakfast

From R395 pps

  • Review
  • ****
  • Lowest Price Guarantee

A 4-star B&B and Highly Recommended by AA Travel, Mont Fleur is nestled in the indigenous Wilderness Nature Reserve at the base of the mountain, with breathtaking ocean and lagoon views. We are only ... More Info

From R250 pps


Just-1-More has a spacious 2 bedroom self-catering cottage (sleeps 5) and a new studio apartment (sleeps 3). Your home away from home, situated close to shops, restaurants and schools. The cottage ... More Info

From R1650* unit


A unique spot on earth, Nectar Cottage lies in the only village inside a South African National Park: Nature's Valley on the Garden Route. This small village is surrounded on all sides by nature: the ... More Info

From R770* unit


One of the Garden Route and George's friendliest self-catering lodges where you will find private and tranquil accommodation at an affordable price. Nestled at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains a... More Info

1 Person is currently making an enquiry at this establishment.

From R450 pps

  • Review
  • ***
  • Lowest Price Guarantee

Storms River Guest Lodge is located in the peaceful village of Storms River, in the heart of the Tsitsikamma, which forms part of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma is a Khoi/Nama word meaning 'place of ab... More Info

From R540 pps


Hope Villa, in the beautiful Garden Route town of Knysna, is situated at The Heads. Stunning beaches, restaurants, golf courses and many leisure and adventure activities on your doorstep make this y... More Info

From R395 pps


Experience traditional country hospitality at its best! Treat yourself to a stay in the luxury of the manor house or stay in our spacious self-catering units where our attention to detail will ens... More Info

From R300 pps


You will never forget your first sight of this beautiful bay. With a backdrop of majestic mountains stretching from horizon to horizon, the town lies to one side under a sunny sky, and amongst a colla... More Info

From R600* unit


At Jamaed Court we offer comfortable, efficient, self-catering accommodation in a secure, relaxed environment, at value-for-money prices. Our flats are fully furnished, bathroom with bath/shower, and ... More Info

From R525 pps


Aquamarine Guest House is an exclusive 5 bedroom gem, with a fresh modern touch. Centrally located in the main street of Mossel Bay, with secure off-street parking and remote controlled gate. Walking ... More Info

Looking for a room? Find it here?

Broadcast your accommodation requirements to our database of hotels and lodges.

Price Range comparison

In order to provide meaningful price comparisons this website compares the Per Person Sharing Rate or, where this is not available, the Average Price Per Person for a unit, based on its maximum occupancy.

When Homes and Villas are selected as the search criteria, the full daily rate for the unit is used for price comparison and display irrespective of the number of people the unit sleeps.

* This accommodation is only available as a unit. It has been included in these search results as the average price per person based on maximum occupancy falls within the selected price range. However, the price displayed is the full unit price.

Booking Accommodation

Why you should Book with Sleeping-OUT

Quick Search







Price Range and Currency




Garden Route Reviews

Wilderness
Beautiful, clean and fantastic atmosphere.
- Schalk Pretorius

Knysna
Beautiful scenery, tranquility, coming back to see more
- Gouwa Malgas

Knysna
Very interesting place with many good restaurants, but pricey. Beautiful views.
- Colin And Linda Mccall-Peat

Plettenberg Bay
10 out of 10
- Mpume Kumalo

George
What a lovely town.....you forget what our towns used to be like
- Trish Vincent