Accommodation for families: travelling with kids in the Garden Route

Garden Route Family Friendly

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Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in the Garden Route. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

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Self Catering in the Garden Route

Self Catering in Oudtshoorn

Haus Victoria Self Catering Cottages

Set in Oudtshoorn Haus Victoria offers value for money, superior 3 star self catering stay. Ideally located to explore ... [cont.]

Cango Waterfront Cabins

B&B / Self Catering in Oudtshoorn

Cango Waterfront Cabins

Boasting breathtaking views, Cango Waterfront Cabins offers fabulous accommodation alongside a river. Choose from our two ... [cont.]

The Edge House

Hotel / Guest House in Knysna

The Edge House

The Edge House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in an exquisite setting with a magnificent view of the lush valley ... [cont.]

Badger's Lodge

Guest House / Self Catering in Knysna

Badger's Lodge

Badger's Lodge is situated close to the Knysna Lagoon and about 3 km out of Knysna's enchanting town centre and the ... [cont.]

Oakhurst Guest House

Guest House / Self Catering in Riversdale

Oakhurst Guest House

Experience traditional country hospitality at its best! Treat yourself to a stay in the luxury house or stay in our ... [cont.]

Purple Heron Guest House

B&B in Sedgefield

Purple Heron Guest House

Situated on the river-front 3km from the village of Sedgefield, Purple Heron Guest House looks out onto the beautiful ... [cont.]

Grootnek Guest Farm

Self Catering in Joubertina

Grootnek Guest Farm

Grootnek Guest Farm offers a unique accommodation experience for visitors to the Eastern Cape. Guests can choose to enjoy ... [cont.]

6 Tarlyn Mews

Self Catering in George

6 Tarlyn Mews

6 Tarlyn Mews is a modern, luxurious self catering holiday home consisting of three double bedrooms and sleeps six ... [cont.]

Santos Beach Flat 26

Self Catering in Mossel Bay

Santos Beach Flat 26

Santos Beach Flat 26 is situated right in front of the famous Santos Beach. Activities right on your doorstep include ... [cont.]

The Dunes 80

Self Catering in Keurboomstrand

The Dunes 80

The Dunes 80 is a privately owned duplex in the Dunes Resort. This popular spot in Plettenberg Bay is just a short walk ... [cont.]

The Whale View

Self Catering in Witsand

The Whale View

The Whale View is a 3 star graded self catering house in the tranquil town of Witsand. Sleeping up to 14 people (12 in ... [cont.]

Outeniqua Moon Percheron Stud

Guest House / Self Catering in Mossel Bay

Outeniqua Moon Percheron Stud

Outeniqua Moon is a magical mountain farm, on the R328 in between Mossel Bay and Oudtshoorn, offering comfortable ... [cont.]

Swallows Nest Country Cottages

B&B / Self Catering in Storms River

Swallows Nest Country Cottages

Situated in the heart of the Tsitsikamma in the quaint village of Storms River, Swallows Nest Country Cottages offer six ... [cont.]

Cormorant Guest House

Guest House / Self Catering in Wilderness

Cormorant Guest House

Cormorant Guest House is right on the lagoon with views of the sea and mountains. All rooms offer en-suite bathrooms ... [cont.]

47th on Howard

Hotel in Knysna

47th on Howard

Perfectly situated close to the Knysna Lagoon 47th on Howard offers luxury, style, service and location. Rooms overlook ... [cont.]

Kids in Garden Route

With a little imagination, and help from those establishments that cater specially for children, the Garden Route is a wonderful escape for families with children of all ages, but particularly for those children who can join you on walks through magical forests where the elusive knysna loerie serves as part of an entertaining diversion, and it isn’t difficult to imagine faerie folk and the last few remaining Cape bush elephant, only one female of which remains. [cont.]

Sandwiched between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean lies a picturesque stretch of coastline that begins about 280 kilometres outside of Cape Town and ends at the Tsitsikamma Forest and Storms River, known because of its magnificent scenery as the Garden Route. This incredibly beautiful and popular coastal corridor draws visitors as a flame entices moths - its indigenous forests, freshwater lakes, wetlands, unknown coves and desolate sandy beaches beckoning visitors of all ages to experience its splendour.

Towns like Witsand, known as ‘the nursery’ of the popular whale route due to the high number of whales that birth here, and Knysna with its mountain biking paths, Elephant Park just outside the town on the N2, ferry boat rides on the Lagoon, the annual oyster festival, the Outeniqua choo-tjoe between Knysna and George - a great outing for children on a steam train - and the Wilderness with its lagoon and long stretches of golden sand, all serve as great entertainment for children.

Old Nick Village in Plettenberg Bay is a lot more than a shopping centre and a great place to while away the time with children. It is housed in the original 19th century trading store and offers a children’s creative centre, a wonderful sculpture jungle gym and gardens for children to run free; don’t forget the beaches here either, or Monkeyland - a sanctuary where monkeys are free to move about the forest and a delight for children.

And the little town of Swellendam, although not traditionally on the Garden Route, can be worked into your itinerary. It is home to Sulina’s Faerie Sanctuary - a little weird to some, but so much fun - a land of faeries, gnomes, wizards, unicorns, elves, butterflies and more. [close]

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