Travellers escape to the tranquillity of the heart of the Garden Route with a self-catering stay for up to eight people at Milford Sound Beach House.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R3 750 for a three-night stay
- Pay R4 799 for a four-night stay
For up to eight people in a self-catering house
The House at a Glance
A spacious and comfortable holiday home right on the Wilderness Beach in the heart of the Garden Route, Milford Sound boasts its own access to the pristine beach – making it the perfect spot for a private beach holiday. Stylishly furnished and dripping with home-away-from-home charm, the house features laundry facilities and a fully-equipped kitchen, braai facilities on the patio and small floral touches to keep guests feeling at home.
- Undercover braai facilities on the patio
- Garden and deck offering panoramic views of one of the Garden Route’s most unspoiled beaches
- Within easy walking distance of the shops and restaurants
Stylishly furnished in warm colours with a modern, fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and a dishwasher, the holiday house offers everything a group needs for a luxury getaway.
- Three bedrooms – one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom; second double bedroom; third bedroom with single beds sleeps four
- Open plan lounge and dining room with a study
- Lounge has DSTV and a DVD player Maximum occupancy: eight adults
What to do in Wilderness
Overlooking the sea and a placid lagoon, Wilderness is a favourite venue for waterskiiers and nature-lovers, offering something for every breed of traveller. Guests can go hiking in the forests and river gorges, dive with sharks or take long walks along pristine beaches, paddle up the Serpentine or Kaaimans Rivers or even try their hand at fishing in the lagoon. Centrally situated for all the world-class golf courses in George and Knysna, namely, Fancourt, Kingswood, Oubaai, Simola and Pezula, golfers are also well catered to.
Adrenalin junkies are spoilt for choice with the options of abseiling, bungee jumping and kayaking or surfing at one of the most renowned spots on the coastline, Victoria Bay. Wilderness National Park has five rivers, five lakes, two estuaries and 28km of coastline, and the area is also home to the Woodville Big Tree, over 800 years old – an ideal spot for picnics.
Those who prefer the scenic side of life can enjoy beautiful sites such as Map of Africa with breath-taking scenery of forests, lakes, mountains and coastline, Dolphin's Point, an excellent vantage point for spotting whales and dolphins or Kaaimans River Bridge – a much favoured spot for photography.