Central, luxurious and affordable. 17 On Wellington Suites is a breath of fresh air in the centre of George and the Garden Route. The newly built hotel suites offer accommodation which is comfortable and affordable, yet practical for the special needs of almost any traveler.
We welcome corporate travelers, holiday-makers, families and golfers. Every suite is designed with unique simplicity, 90% of our furniture is recycled adding a touch of history. Almost nothing new!
A satisfying breakfast is served on the pool deck and lunch and dinner on request. We boast limited Wi-Fi technology throughout all the suites and reception
Parking and conference facilities for up to 18 delegates is available on site making 17 on Wellington a prestigious business and leisure destination.
Accommodation at 17 On Wellington Suites:
For our budget traveler, we have en-suite rooms each with a king-size or twin bed and shower in the bathroom. The rooms have DSTV, WIFI and coffee/tea facilities for your convenience. No worries about privacy - it has its own entrance from the outside. Sleeps 2. Breakfast included.
For the frequent traveler who requires more space & luxury our suites would be the perfect option. This option offers you a comfortable lounge, kitchen and outside BBQ area, with an additional television and dstv to enjoy watching your favorite game while having some succulent meat on the braai. Sleeps 2 or 3. Breakfast included.
Perfect for small families and groups, these luxury suites each have 2 en-suite bedrooms, each with a king-size bed or twin beds, DSTV and a walk-in shower. This could be joined together by an open lounge and kitchen also with DSTV. The sliding door opens to the balcony where you will find BBQ facilities - the beautiful views of the Outeniqua Mountain is just our bonus we give to you. Sleeps 3 - 8. Breakfast on request.
Beaches - If you would like to go to the beach, our local bay - Victoria Bay - is definitely the best! On any coast line in the world, I dare you to find a swimming beach that can equal the beauty, swimming and surfing qualities of Vic Bay! With only a few houses, it is a non-commercial beach and weather wise... the best of the best! Green grass to lie on, whales in season, dolphins year round, excellent surf - a definite must!
In and Around George:
Visit the Outeniqua Transport Museum and the Outeniqua Power Van takes you up the Outeniqua Mountain and halfway up Cradock Peak where you can enjoy your picnic in the wild.
Do some church hopping and visit the:
Dutch Reformed Church possesses some of the most stunning architecture in George. The pulpit is magnificent and made of Stinkwood. The roof, floor and benches are of Yellowwood.
Visit the Congregational Church in Pacaltsdorp - built by the interesting Reverent Pacalt in the 1800's and stop at the Anglican Church in York Street with its beautiful and historic windows.
Outeniqua Hop is a route through our scenic farmlands, where you can visit a strawberry farm, see how they make cheese or visit the breweries, visit a dairy farm and see how a computerized dairy organize the cows for milking or artificial insemination!
George is in the centre of all activities in the Garden Route! To travel from here is quite easy.
To the west is Mossel Bay:
You may want to dare yourself and go shark cage diving, bungee jumping or sea life on Seal Island. On your way home stop for a game drive or swim at the Herolds Bay.
To the north is Oudtshoorn:
Here you should visit the world famous Cango Caves, ride an ostrich, but definitely not a croc on the other farm. Stunning mountain passes all around you.
To the east is Wilderness and Knysna:
You can indulge yourself in extreme sport like paragliding or abseiling. Wonderful trails for hikers next to the lagoon, the river, forest or sea where you can kayak, canoe or just enjoy the outdoors. Do your shopping in Knysna at The Waterfront, head home back to George and come and enjoy your evenings at 17 On Wellington Suites.
Day tour options for you to consider:
Knysna - travel by road to Knysna; ferry ride; tour of Knysna; return to George via lakes district.
Plettenberg Bay - travel by road to Knysna; ferry ride; tour of Plett; visit Knysna Elephant park; return to George via lakes district.
Mountain passes - travel by road to Oudtshoorn via Outeniqua Pass; short tour of Oudtshoorn; travel by road to Prince Albert via the Swart Berg Pass; return to Oudtshoorn via the Meiringspoort Pass and De Rust; return to George via the Montague Pass.
Oudtshoorn - travel by road to Oudtshoorn via the Outeniqua Pass; visit ostrich farm, Cango Caves and Cango Wildlife Ranch
Mossel Bay - travel to Mossel Bay by steam train; visit Dias Museum; short tour of Mossel Bay; return to George via Great Bark and Glentana
Day tour of George - visit strawberry and dairy farms, visit cheese producer
Other tours - the Garden Route is renowned for its natural beauty and offers the adventurous traveler a host of options to explore our coastline, lakes and natural forests.
Golf tours - program can be arranged to suite your handicap. Some of the best courses in the country are within an hours drive from George.
- Ours is a fairly simple policy, but we ask you as our guest's to keep in mind that once a room is booked it is no longer available to sell online.
- Our normal refund policy: Full refund if cancellation occurs 24 hours before reservation date.
- However for large bookings (3 or more rooms) or peak holidays (Dec, Easter and special events) - refunds will be given once rooms are rented out again. - All cancellations must be in writing.
From the airport, follow the sign posts to George. When entering George at the traffic circle, take first exit left onto York Street. Drive approx. 3km through town, to another traffic circle, take second exit or follow the sign to Knysna via Courtenay Street. Turn left at second traffic light; Wellington Street. We are 500 meters on the right - 17onWellington - red fencing / olive green building just after the Marie Stopes Clinic.
From the west on the N2, take the George, York Street exit of the N2. Turn left at the stop to drive into town (will become York. Street) Approx. 5km through the town you will drive around a circle, take the second exit or follow the sign to Knysna via Courtenay Street. Turn left at second traffic light; Wellington Street. We are 500 meters on the right –17onWellington - red fencing / olive green building just after the Marie Stopes Clinic.
From the east on the N2, take the first George exit to the right of the N2. Travel into town and after you have driven over the rail road bridge, you will pass Mitchell Str on your right (KFC), the next traffic light will be Wellington Street. Turn right onto Wellington. We are 500 meters on the right - 17onWellington - red fencing / olive green building just after the Marie Stopes Clinic.