Kingswood History

The town of George was established in the early 19th Century as a woodcutter’s outpost, to supply timber to the Cape Colony. The George Museum, housed in the old Drostdy, bears witness to its frontier beginnings. Surrounded by magnificent indigenous forests and ancient mountains, George is the gateway to one of country’s most beautiful regions, a true paradise setting for Kingswood Golf Estate in South Africa.

Tranquil and Imaginative

Kingswood derives its name from a picturesque village near Bristol, in the United Kingdom. Kingswood UK is home to the world’s only open-air cathedral and a well-loved country club and golf course to boot. Its golf course has a reputation for being immaculate and highly enjoyable, while the country club facilities are renowned and frequently recommended by word of mouth.

Kingswood Golf Estate in George, South Africa, is nestled between the Outeniqua Mountains, the world-renown Fancourt Links, and George Golf Club. Once the property of Queen Victoria, Kingswood is a tranquil and imaginative golf estate in the heart of South Africa’s Garden Route.

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