Wilderness Beach Hotel
Beachfront, Family rooms, Free parking, Free WiFi, Swimming Pool
About Wilderness Beach Hotel
The restaurant terrace and all bedroom balconies at this spa hotel have views of the ocean. On the property, an outdoor swimming pool and stairs are leading down to the beach. AtÂ the on-site pub, there is an open fireplace. Breakfast is served at the Wilderness Beach Hotel & Spa daily. Quick meals are available throughout the day, and dinner is prepared in the grill restaurant. You may order cocktails and drinks at the bar. The seating area of all rooms hasÂ a view of the garden or pool. Air conditioners, a TV, and a bathroom are available in many of the rooms. At the Hydro Spa, you will get massages and beauty treatments. There are even a hot tub and a steam bath. There are also openÂ tennis courts,Â volleyball courts,Â and a children’s play area. This hotel is situated on the Garden Route’s National Road, 5 km from Wilderness and approximately 30 km from George Airport. The Wilderness National Park is just a kilometre away.
Restaurants in Wilderness
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
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Wilderness Beach Hotel
Wilderness is a prominent holiday getaway village along the N2 national highway on the Garden Route in the Western Cape, South Africa, about Fifteen km east of George and 450 km east of Cape Town’s location. Its pristine beach with a overall length of eight kms and also the warm waters of the Indian Ocean make this fine holiday destination, among other things, a destination for aquatic sports enthusiasts.
The N2 national road breaks Wilderness in two – while some residences and lodges have been constructed in a dune area near the beach, the business section and the remaining town are located along the motorway and lagoon. The lagoon’s mountainous land section boasts a rich flora in its woodland areas, which include ericas, ferns, milkwood trees, orchids and proteas. The fresh water of mountain rivers and also the Indian Ocean’s seawater also generate a ideal home for marine mammals, such as dolphins.
The 2 612 hectare National Wilderness Park is positioned east of the town and extends 28 kilometers along the sea. Just about all 230 animal species are actually registered here, such as 79 of South Africa’s 95 waterfowl species. Book overnight guest houses in Wilderness with Garden Route Stays!