Normarie's Guest House
Welcome to our African Eden
Nestled just off the shores of the Indian Ocean, between the pristine lakes and rivers of the Wilderness National Park, Normarie’s Guesthouse provides a warm, friendly and relaxed environment for the vacationer looking to unwind from the frantic pace of modern life.
The traditional thatch roof villa is the pride and joy of German couple, Norbert and Annemarie, who’ll provide you with their exceptional brand of hospitality.
They’d like to welcome you to their special piece of Africa.
In September / October 2019 we have built on our property a swimming pool with sundeck and adjacent waterfall. Here is a zone for relaxation, communication and of course for a swim in the pool. You can also enjoy the magnificent views of the Serpentine River, Island Lake and the Hoekwil Hills. After dark, the entire pool area is subtly lit and invites you to take a swim under the starry sky of the southern hemisphere.
A few reasons why you’ll love it here:
Private with a personal touchWith your own private entrance, you have the convenience of lock-up-and-go, but can still enjoy professional, hands-on service from your hosts. Well-travelled themselves, they appreciate the balance between too much and too little attention.
Close to everything, but you’ll feel a millions miles away from it allA mere 30-minutes drive from George Airport with beaches, National Parks and the bustling village of Wilderness within easy reach (2-7km). And if you don’t want to get lost in nature, there’s a myriad of other attractions such as galleries, museums, coffee & gift shops and restaurants a short drive away.
Take a swing at a golfing holidayFrom Oubaai Golf Club, the first Ernie Els Signature course in South Africa, to the Jack Nicklaus-designed course at Simola, Knysna, as well as Gary Player’s Fancourt and Goose Valley golf courses with many other world-class greens in between – the Garden Route is a golfer’s dream.
Paradise for nature lovers & outdoor enthusiastsThe Garden Route boasts with one of the world’s most remarkable coastlines, indigenous forests, 10 nature reserves, 17 pristine estuaries, abundance of wildlife with over 300 bird species, walking and bike trails, watersports and other amazing sights, activities and fascinating festivals.