About Boardwalk Lodge Wilderness
Boardwalk Lodge is a 4 star guest and self-catering lodge located on the slopes above the sleepy town of Wilderness. Wilderness is at the heart of the world-famous Garden Route and within the boundaries of the Constantia Kloof Conservancy and the Garden Route National Park.
The lodge has four different room types that can accommodate a maximum number of 28 overnight guests; each room is equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities and TVs.
Boardwalk Lodge is 15 minutes’ drive from George Airport, 5 minutes’ walk from the town of Wilderness and Milkwood Village’s shops and 40 to 50 minutes’ drive from major tourism hubs.
Hubs of the Garden Route are Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Victoria Bay and Sedgefield and are close to several championship golf courses on the Garden Route such as Fancourt, George Golf Club, Oubaai Golf Resort, Pezula Golf and Country Club and many more. There are many activities in the area such as fishing, hiking, sailing, abseiling, paragliding, birdwatching, dolphin and whale watching, mountain biking, 4x4 trails, and kloofing.
The lodge is close to many tourist attractions such as Map of Africa, Wilderness National Park, Monkeyland, and Knysna Elephant Park.
Wedding Venues: Boardwalk Lodge is ideal for small weddings. The wedding party will have to book the full lodge for the night of the wedding, maximum staying over guests are 28. The lodge can accommodate a maximum of 50 guests for the wedding.
Conference Venues: The Boardwalk Lodge small Boardroom is ideal for small meetings, up to a maximum of 10 persons boardroom style. Tea, coffees, biscuits and various breakfast and/or lunch options are available.
Romantic: We offer luxury rooms with spa baths and massage showers for our honeymoon couples. Subject to availability of these rooms.
An airport shuttle service is available but please enquire for further details.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling