Ilita Lodge

George/ Mossel Bay


Set above the picturesque town of Great Brak River, surrounded by panoramic views of the river mouth, rolling mountains and Mossel Bay, this hidden gem will take your breath away. Ilita Lodge’s friendly and professional atmosphere is sure to serve your every need and leave you feeling renewed, revitalized and invigorated. Ilita Lodge offers guests the opportunity to explore the Garden Route from its centrally located position and specialises in providing custom packages.


This spectacular coastline is dotted with excellent beaches, lagoons, lakes and rolling hills leading up to the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountain ranges dividing the Garden Route and the Little Karoo. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty and its forests, spectacular seascapes and moderate weather are legendary. The ancient indigenous forests that hug the coast from Wilderness to Knysna offer adventure trails and hiking, bird watching, canoeing on the rivers and lakes, beautiful walks to view the enormous yellow-wood tree that’s over 600 years old. Whatever your passion, you will love this amazing area. This is the reason why national and international guests return year on year to enjoy this beautiful area.


Ilita Lodge has recently upgraded 12 lodge rooms in total – 6 standard rooms, 2 family rooms, 3 executive rooms and one honeymoon suite which are now all styled with exceptional quality and equipped with modern facilities to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay. Each bedroom has a private balcony ensuring our guests all have a prime spot to enjoy the spectacular view. Guests are treated to a delicious and beautifully presented Full English Breakfast as well as a continental spread served in the cozy and homely dining room. Our self-catering guests are invited to experience the 7 spacious and comfortable units, tastefully equipped with upmarket modern amenities. Wrapped in the peaceful and serene surroundings of the indigenous Cape Fynbos, these units offer travellers a chance to unwind whilst enjoying a typical South African braai under the starlit skies.

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