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Ballots Bay Treehouse


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Max 8 Guests
2 double, 1 bunk

from R 3120 / per room per night

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About Ballots Bay Treehouse

Situated just 7km away from the lively towns of George, Victoria Bay, and Wilderness along the Garden Route, Ballots Bay Treehouse offers a spectacular secluded retreat for friends, couples and families. This unique haven embraces the stunning natural surroundings, offering an immersive and upscale experience among one of the most surprising wilderness gems in the region. Ballots Treehouse stands out for its unparalleled uniqueness — a beachfront residence on the cliffside, surrounded by the serene presence of Milkwood trees.

Featuring three bedrooms on the lower level and an open-plan lounge, dining room, and kitchen on the upper floor, the getaway seamlessly connects to nature through an expansive deck. The deck includes a wood-fired hot tub, offering an ideal spot to relish panoramic views of the mountains, river, and seafront. The Treehouse is free from load shedding concerns, equipped with a 6kw inverter, 10kw of batteries, and solar panels to recharge both energy and tranquillity.

Ballots Bay Treehouse Setting

Situated within the George Private Nature Reserve of South Africa, Ballots Bay ensures a private and secure environment for this romantic escape. A remote-controlled and manned access boom guarantees that only authorized vacationers can enjoy this slice of paradise. The bay at Ballots Bay reveals a stunning pebble beach, complemented by a lagoon on one side and two wind-protected braai areas on the other, complete with toilet and shower facilities. Enjoy your day exploring the rocky terrain, skipping stones in the lagoon, or trying your hand at fishing in the sea.

Despite its proximity to nature, this location combines convenience and seclusion. Unlike other remote spots that often entail an hour's drive to the nearest shop, Ballots Treehouse is just 6km from Victoria Bay, renowned for its world-class surfing and swimming beach. Just 7km away is the Garden Route Mall, offering everything from grocery stores to cinemas and restaurants. On the other side, 8km leads to Wilderness, known for its extensive beach and beachfront dining options.

What's included

  • Accommodation


How to get there

  • 5 hrs

    Cape Town

  • Ballots Bay Treehouse

    5 Beach Road Ballots Bay George 6530

  • Check in at Ballots Bay Treehouse

    14:00 on day of arrival

  • Check out at Ballots Bay Treehouse

    10:00 on day of departure

Frequently asked questions


  • Exclusive Retreat

    Stunning, relaxing visit amongst nature. The privacy, proximity to nature, wood fired hot tub, spacious review

    H. Cloete

  • Great Escape

    Good place to relax and clear your head; in the trees and under the stars. The location was awesome! The jacuzzi on the deck was amazing! review

    C. Ford

  • Great Getaway

    Amazing location. Very clean. Great amenities. Fantastic for a breakaway , feels remote yet close enough to town. The house is super cozy and was fantastic for a small group of friends. Fantastic views, surrounded by mountains, a Forrest and the sea. Best of all worlds. review

    F. Dulten

Ballots Bay Treehouse impact highlights

The George Private Nature Reserve plays a vital role in land conservation, beach maintenance, and fostering thriving ecosystems. It achieves this by preserving the area and exercising control over tourist activities through an exclusive-use approach.

In the case of Wilderness, the protection extends to three significant zones of indigenous forest, encompassing four varieties of Fynbos (wild shrubs), as well as lakes and meandering waterways. Additionally, the area boasts several historically significant sites with archaeological importance.

By staying at Ballots Bay Treehouse you are positively contributing towards George Private Nature Reserve in helping maintain this pristine and untouched area. The treehouse is also fully off the grid and uses solar power and an invertor to power the house.

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