From sleeping in cosy log cabins surrounded by nothing but the sounds of nature, to having the Indian Ocean waves break right in front of your balcony and five-star modern luxury on a golf course, there’s accommodation to suit every budget and traveller’s interest along the Garden Route.
If on-site amenities and privacy are what you’re looking for when choosing accommodation, then staying at a hotel is your best option. Hotels tend to offer fabulous amenities such as room service, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, gyms and personal concierge services. Here are a few options for hotels in the Garden Route:
Bed & Breakfasts
Bed and breakfast establishments are a popular choice for many when it comes to accommodation. You’re allowed private rooms and ensuite bathrooms and a delicious breakfast in the morning. Some B&B’s even offer hotel amenities like a swimming pool and all-meal food services. Here are some options for Bed & Breakfasts in the Garden Route:
Self-catering accommodation is perfect for those who want ultimate freedom and privacy wherever they’re staying. Usually in the form of entire houses, apartments or chalets, self-catering allows you total run of the place, including cooking, cleaning and use of any facilities. These are some options for self-catering accommodation in in the Garden Route:
If you love meeting new people and making friends wherever you go, backpacker or hostel accommodation is an ideal option for you. Typically, you pay for a single bed in a room which others will share, but most backpackers also offer private rooms as well. Here are some options for backpackers in the Garden Route:
Staying outdoors amongst fauna and flora, under the stars and sky has huge appeal for many – especially in beautiful South Africa! Whether you’re glamping or really want to rough it, camping really allows you to appreciate all that Mother Nature has to offer. Here’s a few options for camping spots in the Garden Route:
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