* Fully equipped kitchen
* Flatscreen TV
* Satellite /DSTV (Compact Package)
* Barbecue facilities
* Free Wi-Fi
* Safe Parking
* Board games & Books
* Private enclosed garden
George is very centrally situated: halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth and centre of the Garden Route. It is situated on a 10 kilometre plateau between the majestic Outeniqua Mountains to the north and the Indian Ocean to the south.
George has an extremely sophisticated infrastructure with banks, conference facilities, businesses, major shopping chains including the newly completed Garden Route Shopping Centre, transport and sporting facilities, yet retaining its small town and country atmosphere of peace and tranquility. The town is also a major accommodation centre with a vast array of facilities on offer to suit every taste and pocket.
Skyways is situated in a quiet, upmarket suburb of George very close to the landmark Outeniqua mountains. The unit is 15 minutes away from unspoiled beaches, shopping malls and various exciting activities. The George Airport is 9km away. Less than 3km away you will find the city centre, access into the mountains where wonderful hiking and mountain bike trails await you, Medi-Clinic, George Golf course, restaurants, pubs, the library and more. A short walk and you're at the local shopping center which benefits from a convenience store, restaurant and Wimpy fast food take-aways & restaurant, dvd shop, laundromat, pharmacy, Virgin Active gym, Engen petrol station, ATM's and a Postnet business services outlet. The neighbourhood is popular with joggers, dogwalkers and families because it is safe and quiet.
In Room Facilities:
* Bath towels.
Beaches: Heroldsbay, Victoria Bay, Wilderness and more
Hiking and mountain bike trails.
Paragliding, Horseriding, Wine Tasting, Adventure excursions, strawberry picking, quadbiking, Ten pin Bowling, Paintball.
Golf: George is the center of South Africa's golf route, with numerous world-class courses, designed by numerous golfing greats. Amoungst these are Oubaai, Kingswood, George, however, the most well-known being Fancourt Golf Estate. This course hosted the President's Cup in 2003 and is often the host to high-profile golf tournaments.
Historical landmarks include The Slave Tree and The King. Edward VII Library building, which is said to be the best example of Edwardian architecture in George.
George is often used as a base to explore Tsitsikamma National Park.
The Outeniqua Transport Museum.
The Garden Route Botanical Garden.
The Garden Route boasts the largest continuous natural forest area in South Africa, covering some 650 km².
The Montagu Pass and The Old Toll House.
This building is built of local stone and it is a proclaimed heritage site.