Treedom villas and vardos
Situated amongst nature, on the unspoilt coast of the Garden Route, South Africa, in the little town called Wilderness, Treedom Villas and Vardos will take your breath away. Fuelled by a passion and love for the environment and slow living. Created to bring people closer together and closer to nature, whilst slowing down and relaxing in luxury.
You’ll be welcomed by owner and host Debbie Nortje but more fondly known as Debs.
Situated in the Wilderness dunes, close to the town, shops and of course - a gorgeous lake minutes away which you are able to reach with your own personal Jeep 4x4 buggy which comes with your villa for the duration of your stay.
You can fill your days with exhilirating activies such as horseback riding, mountain biking and canoeing but what you’ll enjoy more than anything is coming home or being nestled in a real life treehouse , where you’ll get to collapse onto your four poster queen bed and enjoy a blissful sleep on the 100% cotton linen. Upstairs in the loft are two comfy beds or just a space to store your language and plan your daily outfits and activities.The lounge area is made for relaxation with its comfy couch, fire place, luxury throws and a big screen TV with DSTV, Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Hidden in the forest not too far from the villa is a hanging day bed where can enjoy lounging around and gently swaying while you soak in the scenery. or enjoy the Sauna accompanied with a cold shower.
If cooking is your style then you’ll be overly pleased with the fully fitted kitchen with its Moroccan tiling and state-of-the-art cookware before you end your day dining alfresco at your hand-crafted dining table. Or why not enjoy a braai downstairs in your outdoor forest lounge!
No stone was left unturned in the creation of the Treehouse Villa as owners, Debbie and Marc wanted the space to embody relaxation and luxury, making sure you feel right at home and treated at the same time.
For more information, visit www.treedomavillas.co.za or call 083 334 0080
5 things to do while you’re in town:
Apart from visiting the beaches with the softest sand and glorious water temperature be sure to check out these gems while you’re around
Heritage Bakery Farm Stall
Plot 8 of Pinedew Farm, Rondevlei, Garden Route
A definite must try. All their goods are homemade, taste delicious and are fresh! The best part of all is that they are super affordable and will have something to suit everyone’s tastes buds.
The Wild Oats Community Farmers’ Market
Western outskirts of Sedgefield corner N 2 Jan van Riebeeck Street, Sedgefield
A vibrant market where you will find little bits of everything you want and couldn’t even think of! Feast your eyes and stomachs on fresh food and produce accompanied with great live music. You’ll get the buzz of the locals that will make your experience unique. SIDE NOTE: The earlier you go the better as it tends to get crowded very quickly despite being a big open space.
The Wilderness Lagoon and National Park
Wilderness Lagoon, Main Entry South Camp
Enjoy a lovely walk along the lagoon as the sun sets. You’ll encounter lots of birds and lush forest terrain with a tranquil setting overall. Opt to kayak along the river at the National Park if it fancies you or just enjoy the array of wildlife scenery as you take a gracious walk to the waterfall.
197 George Rd, Wilderness
You’re in for a real treat. Whether you’re looking for lighter tapas type meals or come ravishing Ilali will take good care of your famishing needs. With low-lighting, great atmosphere and friendly service – you’ll be overly pleased with making a stop at this cute and chic spot.
The Dolphin Point Lookout
Wilderness George N2 Kaaimans pass, Wilderness
A must stop while you are here. Enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful views of the stunning views of the greater Wilderness and it’s surroundings. It’s even a fantastic view from your car if you don’t want to head down to the walkway for some great snaps.