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Sedgefield Beach House/Sedgefield Strandhaus
Just a 1 minute walk from Myoli Beach on the edge of the dunes lies our Sedgefield Beach House, with sea views. The quaint fully-equipped house, only 100m from the beach, with its charming whitewashed beach-house style & spaciousness, invites you to a relaxing and fulfilling holiday. The beach stretches for 20km, with Goukamma Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area 5 km to the east. 200m down the road is Pili Pili Restaurant&Beach Bar. Suitable for travelers & families. Wir sprechen deutsch!
$60 per night
Home in Sedgefield
Modern home with beautiful views
Modern, north facing, spacious 2 Bedroom home in quiet and tranquil Cola Beach, Sedgefield - walking distance to beach. Stunning, uninterrupted views of nature with beautiful sunsets, all set in a safe and tranquil area. 2 Full en suite bathrooms, large open plan living areas with fire place, modern kitchen and scullery. Wooden deck with dining and lounging areas from where you can observe birds, have sundowners, a braai or just relax. Now also fitted with an Inverter for loadshedding.
$160 per night
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Hi, I’m Ned. Take a peek
Funky pet friendly holiday home in the heart of the Garden Route. We have an inverter to keep the wifi up, TV on, some lamps lit & a charging station for phones. Situated on a charming & quiet street just a stones throw away from the lagoon, sea and the village. Come over & enjoy our entertainers home or use the many lovely spaces to gain some well deserved rest & time away from the rush of the city. There are tons of activities to enjoy within 30mins in any direction.
$65 per night

Stay near Sedgefield's top sights

Photo of PiliPili Beach Restaurant and Accommodation
PiliPili Beach Restaurant and Accommodation50 locals recommend
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Wild Oats Community Farmers Market185 locals recommend
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Pili Pili6 locals recommend
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Pick n Pay21 locals recommend
Photo of Sedgefield Lagoon Mouth
Sedgefield Lagoon Mouth10 locals recommend
Photo of Mosaic Village and Outdoor Market
Mosaic Village and Outdoor Market16 locals recommend

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Dover on Sea - Double Room Balcony & Sea View
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$57 per night
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$39 per night
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Gull's Retreat Apartment 10 mins walk to the beach
$24 per night

Your guide to Sedgefield

All About Sedgefield

Set amongst the sweeping curves of the Swartvlei Estuary and surrounded by fossilized sand dunes, this scenic coastal town lies on the famous Garden Route of South Africa’s Western Cape. Sedgefield is proud to be South Africa’s first designated “Slow Town,” advocating that a slowed-down pace leads to a deeper appreciation of life. The laid-back village even has a tortoise mascot, and you can find mosaics of these little creatures throughout town, along with fish, octopus, and other colorful mosaics.

The area around Sedgefield is home to five lakes, five pristine beaches, and rugged mountain ranges, making it a magnet for windsurfing, kayaking, swimming, and hiking. The town’s beachfront path will take you to Gericke’s Point, where you can get a picture of the Lion’s Head and spot some Cape fur seals in the rock pools. Consider the 2.6-mile Buffalo Bay Trail for a slightly longer hike through bush and beach in the immense Goukamma Nature Reserve. And if you want to explore farther afield, the Garden Route gives easy access to nearly 200 miles of lagoons, lakes, mountains, and forests.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sedgefield?

The region benefits from a mild Mediterranean climate that makes securing your Sedgefield accommodation an option all year round. The summers from December through March are warm and sunny, perfect for getting out on one of the nearby lakes or swimming at Swartvlei Beach. While the weather is a bit cooler during the spring and fall, those are great seasons for hitting the hiking trails as fewer people are around. During the winter from June through August, it can get a bit chilly and rainy. Head to the vibrant Saturday market the town hosts throughout the year, featuring locally grown food and handicrafts.

What are the top things to do in Sedgefield?

Gericke’s Point

Featuring a natural sandstone sculpture in the shape of a lion’s head and surrounded by fossilized sand dunes, Gericke’s Point is one of Sedgefield’s most photographed places. On the walk there, you can stop to check out the beach's tide pools, where you can spot sea crabs, anemones, sea urchins, and colorful fish.

Goukamma Nature Reserve

Located just a 15-minute drive from Sedgefield, this sweeping reserve covers more than 6,000 acres of land rich with lush coastal forests full of candlewood, milkwood, and yellowwood trees. The reserve is home to more than 220 different bird species, plus monkeys, bushpigs, porcupine, mongoose, and badgers. The reserve features more than six walking trails, including beach walks and forest trails. You can also take a pedal boat or canoe out on the river to get a closer view of the magnificent flora and fauna.

Cola Beach

This unspoiled beach is a wonderful spot for fishing, surfing, and swimming. In its crystal clear waters and during low tide, it is possible to spot many marine creatures in the beach’s rock pools. Cola Beach is part of a longer 3.5-mile stretch of beaches, ensuring you’ll have plenty of space to spread out even on the busiest of days.