Sedgefield Guest Houses
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Self-catering accommodation on the Island in Sedgefield - heart of the Garden Route
comfortable and spacious accommodation for up to 5 people. A queen-size double bedroom with en-suite bathroom upsta... More Info
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The property is located in Sedgefield, a small quiet seaside village known for its unspoilt beauty and natural surroundings. Sedgefield is built on the banks of the lagoon and has access to four beaut... More Info
The rooms consist of 5 Double rooms with en-suite bathrooms, with there own private entrance. The rooms are tastefully furnished with heater's and fan's Small fridge is available in the dining room. A... More Info
- The Little Nest Sedgefield -
Tucked away in the beautiful town of Sedgefield, only a 2 minute drive from Myoli Beach and the Sedgefield Lagoon (15 min walk) which is perfect for children to swim... More Info
The Afrovibe Beach House is the perfect destination for those seeking a relaxed, comfortable respite. It is ideally positioned, just 80m from one of the most incredible stretches of shoreline in the G... More Info
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Dover on Sea Bed & Breakfast is a beachfront gem situated on Cola Beach in the beautiful town of Sedgefield.
Dover on Sea is a host run Bed & Breakfast that gives you that little bit more. Beaut... More Info
Purple Heron Guest House is situated next to the river in the beautiful village of Sedgefield, between the cities of George and Knysna. It enjoys the peace and quiet of this wonderful South African "L... More Info
Pelican Lodge is a supremely comfortable guest lodge with 6 double en-suite rooms most with balcony and air conditioning. It is easy to find and conveniently situated in the heart of the Garden Route.... More Info
Water's Edge family holiday house on a tidal lagoon/river. Beautiful views across the lagoon to the mountain peaks of George with awesome sunsets and reflections. Allow small children to paddle in the... More Info
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Milk and Honey is an upmarket 2-bedroom apartment with gorgeous sea views. It is located in a secure development in Cola beach Sedgefield. Luxurious finishes such as Travertine tiles, under floor heat... More Info
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Lovely little town.
- Elmarie Rogers
A lovely little village well worth another visit
- Nev Spurr
Sedgefield is a beautiful place to visit and to have a quiet time. Nice places to visit.
- Nkosana Matiso
I was so impressed. So much to see and such a beautiful town. The sea, the lagoon, the people...our stay was a feast.
- Pikkie Lombard
This was our second experience staying over in Sedgefield. For many years we passed through and only knew about the two roads next to the main road. We never turned off because we were too close to Knysna, until last year when we stayed over for a few days and did some scouting around. What a discovery. The beach over the hill, the delightful town and the places to stay over. This is why we chose Sedgefield this time around. Away from busy Knysna. Being from Port Elizabeth, this is a comfortable drive from both ends to Cape Town. Worth a visit.
- Isak Haarhoff