Town Lodge George 


1 Knysna Road


+27 44 803 4000

General Manager

Mr Gericke Visser

GPS Co-ordinates:
33°59'04.4"S, 22°30'10.1"E

About the hotel

This George hotel has 120 rooms.

Ideally situated on Knysna Road opposite the Garden Route Mall, Town Lodge George offers business and leisure guests 120 rooms in a variety of double, interleading and twin configurations.

It comprises the features synonymous with Town Lodge around the country - such as spacious rooms with maxi showers, ample free parking, a swimming pool, breakfast and an evening bar service - and is the ideal accommodation venue for visitors to the George area and travellers en route between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.



At the Airport exit turn right - R404 to Herolds Bay. Follow the road for 2km.
Turn left on the N2 to George Follow the road for 11km.
Turn left at the N9 off ramp - George/Oudtshoorn Town Lodge George will be on your left, opposite the Garden Route Shopping mall




Town Lodge George offers the Flamingo boardroom that is an ideal venue for discussions or presentations involving up to 12 people. Need a venue for a conference? Look no further than Town Lodge George's Oystercatcher Room (seats 32 in cinema confinuration) or Gannet Room (seats 24 in cinema confinuration) or combine the rooms for seating for up to 58 delegtes. 

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  • Convenient location, close to major routes
  • Free, easy and secure parking
  • 24 hour reception and check-in
  • Traditional Town Lodge breakfast every morning
  • Sundowner bar
  • 24 hour vending machine for snacks and beverages
  • Fax and photocopy services available
  • Same-day laundry and dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet access in all commercial areas


  • Fully carpeted, spacious air-conditioned room with double or twin beds
  • Television with M-Net and radio with all popular stations
  • Interleading family rooms available
  • En-suite bathroom with maxi shower
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • One in fifty rooms is designed to meet the special needsof the physically disabled