Milkwood Manor on Sea has taken its name from the Protected Milkwood trees that surround the property – But what is a Milkwood Tree you ask? This is what Wikipedia has to say.
Sideroxylon inerme subsp. inerme (aMasethole or… Continue reading
We came across this very helpful travel information and simply had to share it. This might just save your holiday from becoming a total disaster. Have a read….
You pack your bags, rush to the airport, head to your gate,… Continue reading
Milkwood Manor has been operating as a guesthouse the same spot for 16 years, but 5 years ago our landlocked establishment changed into prime oceanfront property – overnight!
On 22 November 2007, a raging flood from the nearby Keurbooms River… Continue reading
Breakfast is considered by many to be the most important meal of the day and, at Milkwood Manor, we have to say – it’s our favourite! Our Milkwood Manor breakfasts are served in the Lemongrass Restaurant, The restaurant isn’t open… Continue reading
Happily Ever After
one year in….
The ever vibrant Chris and Jenny Axelson set out on their exiting journey as man and wife together exactly one year ago, and this is where it all started…
Although their wedding ceremony was… Continue reading
Beach Weddings to Live For
An Exciting New Venue
As the recent facelift of the Milkwood Manor parking area draws to a close, and a superior seaside beach wedding venue is born, the world famous Lookout Beach is transformed into… Continue reading
Come see the Whales and Dolphins!
Yes! It’s that time of year again when the gentle giants visit the shores of the Southern Cape and we crane our necks to see them splash, wag, wave and blow.
South Africa has… Continue reading
Monkeyland, located about 30km from Milkwood Manor is a lovely family outing in the Plettenberg Bay area. Monkeyland is the world’s first free-roaming multi-species primate sanctuary and offers visitors the opportunity to view a variety of primate species. Monkeyland is… Continue reading
Environmentally Friendly Earthworm Success…
To go green can refer to many different ways you can choose more environmentally friendly behaviors over those that are less environmentally friendly. Going green can mean baby steps, where you gradually replace a few things… Continue reading
The sandy shore is not a hospitable place: nothing is stable and nothing grows there. All food on the sandy shore has to be imported, and is either washed in by the waves or blown in by the… Continue reading
Nelson’s Bay Cave
Leaving their mark on the region have been an intriguing mix of Middle Stone Age man, indigenous Khoi people, ostrich Feather Barons, woodcutters, farmers, gold-diggers, merchants, sailors, craftsmen, ordinary folk even intrepid explorers such as Portugal’s… Continue reading
A visit to Storm’s River mouth is like unwrapping a present. Driving down the winding road into the park, surrounded by indigenous forest on either side, you can hear the crashing waves and smell the sea. Suddenly, there… Continue reading
It’s that time of the month again where we experience a glorious full moon rising from behind the Tsitsikamma Mountains and witness the sea pushing its water further and higher up the beach.
The quaint little town of Knysna lies 32km west of Plettenberg Bay. At about a 30 minute drive time, its an excellent day trip from Plett and Milkwood Manor. Along the road to Knysna, you will find a… Continue reading