The Old Trading Post

Address: 1.7 Km Down Die Vleie / the Lakes Road, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | 4 star b&b
 
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Location

This 4 star B&B, located on 1.7 Km Down Die Vleie / the Lakes Road, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Beach
          • Swimming pool

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Shuttle bus service
          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Trading Post Wilderness

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Wilderness

          A not-very-wild wilderness

          A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys on Feb 10, 2014

          1 photo

          Just up the coast from Mossel Bay is the town of Wilderness. It's a strange place, half wild forest, lakes and rivers, and half over-developed with holiday homes and guesthouses. Fortunately it's fairly easy to walk around and get out of town.

          I stayed to the east of the town, in a small hostel/lodge. The sort of place you could just stay for several days relaxing, that feels a million miles from anywhere once the sun sets - no street lighting ...

          CT to Durban

          A travel blog entry by neoandjames on Mar 22, 2012

          9 photos

          ... ourselves to a double room overlooking the sea. I chatted with two brothers from Essex, Tom and Adam over a few beers most of the evening. Probably the nicest English people we'd met in my opinion. Many had been a little stuck up till now. We jogged on the beach and paddled the next day and enjoyed a tasty lunch before the bus picked us up to take us to Stroms River.

          Storms River was great fun, we met a really nice Canadian girl, Jen ...

          If I wanted rain I would have stayed at home!!!

          A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Dec 08, 2010

          24 photos

          ... 3 hours, I was completely up against the clock in order to get back for the Bas Bus that afternoon. So – we did everything at speed, well, almost. I decided to take my own canoe in case time got short and I had to make my own way back… this my friend, was a bad idea. One big canoe, one little girl paddling – even working so much that my shoulders burned like acid, I was still behind the whole way! Watching Richard and Pebbles breeze past with fags hanging ...

          Choo Choo and Chop Chop!!!!!

          A travel blog entry by finola-and-kev on Aug 10, 2010

          6 comments, 5 photos

          ... strolling 18 kms instead of the pre-arranged 10. We headed back trully drowned and miserable and washed up and rewarded ourselves with a beer. Met a swiss couple fabio and heidi (yes heidi!!!) and sat with them for a while. they were interning as part of their language courses and were equally ****** off about the rain. We decided to pack up and head to mossel bay early in the morning hoping that we would wake up ...

          Eshowe and Zululand

          A travel blog entry by scshoben on Aug 07, 2010

          6 photos

          ... for Shakaland. Shakaland is a living museum where some members of the Zulu tribe lived in a traditional setting amongst a modern world. It was actually built initially for the movie "Shaka Zulu" and later became a living museum. There we saw traditional Zulu dancing and ate a traditional meals. We learned about how King Shaka united the Zulus together by conquering various surrounding ...