Old Post Office Lodge




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Old Post Office Lodge

Corner of George and Leila Lane, 6560 Wilderness, South Africa

pet friendly

Free Wifi

free parking

Free Parking




Bar, Free parking, Free WiFi, Non smoking rooms, Restaurant, Spa and wellness centre, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms


Wilderness Central

About Old Post Office Lodge

Along the popular Garden Route, the Old Post Office Lodge is situated in the village of Wilderness. The city of George is only 15 minutes away by road, and Knysna is about 46 kilometres away.

Each room is uniquely furnished and has a balcony with views of the village. It has a television, tea and coffee making equipment, and a tub in the private bathroom. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Pomodoro’s Restaurant. Within 1 km of the Old Post Office, eateries offer a selection of local and foreign cuisines.

A 6-minute stroll will take you to Wilderness Beach. Abseiling at Kaaimans Gorge is just a 5-minute drive away, and bungee jumping at Bloukrantz Bridge in Tsitsikamma is 132 kilometres away. Wi-Fi is open, as well as free private parking. Old Post Office Lodge is a 20-minute drive from George Airport.

Restaurants in Wilderness


Salinas Beach Restaurant is situated in the idyllic Garden Route town of Wilderness, South Africa. Immerse yourself in a world where tastes abound and sumptuous sights encompass.

Salina’s offers good, simple and honest cooking inspired by the coastlines of Spain and brewed with local talent and character.


The Girls on the Square

Award Winner Top 10 Restaurant Garden Route – Best Casual Dining

The Girl`s on the Square, Wilderness, Garden Route, South Africa offers a unique dining experience with professional service by people who are passionate about what they do!!

Old Post Office Lodge

Corner of George and Leila Lane, 6560 Wilderness, South Africa


About Wilderness

Wilderness is a popular holiday getaway town along the N2 national highway on the Garden Route in South Africa, about Fifteen km east of George and 450 km east of Cape Town’s location. Its pristine sand beach with a total length of eight km along with the warm waters of the Indian Ocean make Wilderness, amongst other things, a place to go for aquatic sports lovers.

The N2 national road divides Wilderness in two. While a small number of houses and hotels have been built in a dune vicinity close to the seaside, the business section and the remaining portion of the town can be found over the motorway and lagoon. The lagoon’s mountainous land side possesses a rich flora within its forest areas, such as ericas, ferns, milkwood trees, orchids and proteas. The freshwater of mountain rivers and the Indian Ocean’s seawater also establish an ideal environment for aquatic wildlife, including dolphins.

The 2 612 hectare National Wilderness Park is positioned east of the town and stretches 28 kilometres alongside the sea. Just about all 230 animal species happen to be registered here, like 79 of South Africa’s 95 waterfowl species. Book overnight guest houses in Wilderness with Garden Route Stays!

3:37 pm,
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Humidity 27 %
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Sunrise: 7:32 am
Sunset: 5:25 pm

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