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Tsala Treetop Lodge and Villas

4 Reviews
Sleeps 44 in 16 rooms

Tsala Treetop Lodge and Villas is a symphony of stone, wood, glass and water located high above the...
Tsala Treetop Lodge and Villas is a symphony of stone, wood, glass and water located high above the floor of the magnificent indigenous forests of the Garden Route. Eastern and Europe flavours blend with the cultures of Africa to reflect in the tastes, rhythms and colours of the hand crafted fittings and superb cuisine. Elevated wooden walkways meander through the trees to 10 exclusive and very private suites, each with its own private deck and infinity pool. These seductive structures rise to heights exceeding 6 m, each a harmonious combination of the craftsmanship of ancient times and the indulgent luxury of every modern convenience. Discover the romance and magic of coastal Africa.
from R6900
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    from R1100
    Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

    0.04km from Garden Route

    10 Reviews

    Point Lodge

    from R800
    Point Lodge is peaceful and secluded with panoramic views across the lagoon to the Knysna Heads....
    Point Lodge is peaceful and secluded with panoramic views across the lagoon to the Knysna Heads. Superbly situated, right at the water's edge, the Lodge is the perfect base to explore the Garden Route. Golf, cycle or relax.
    from R800
    Sleeps 20 in 9 rooms

    0.83km from Garden Route

    20 Reviews

    Knysna Hollow is set on a secluded country estate on the outskirts of the historic town of Knysna....
    Knysna Hollow is set on a secluded country estate on the outskirts of the historic town of Knysna. The gracious Manor House forms the focal point of the lodge and is finished with indigenous furniture, yellow-wood floors and pressed ceilings.
    from R1840
    Sleeps 279 in 87 rooms

    0.50km from Garden Route

    2 Reviews

    Situated on top of the Welbedacht Cliff Tops 3km from Knysna Town, the Lodge overlooks the Knysna...
    Situated on top of the Welbedacht Cliff Tops 3km from Knysna Town, the Lodge overlooks the Knysna Lagoon and the Outeniqua mountains. The theme of the Lodge is one based on natural beauty, with stone and wood architecture combining to give that comfortable earthy feel.
    from R2060
    Sleeps 17 in 7 rooms

    0.39km from Garden Route

    8 Reviews

    St James Of Knysna

    from R1680
    Set in magnificent gardens, this privately owned Country House Hotel has two swimming pools. Other...
    Set in magnificent gardens, this privately owned Country House Hotel has two swimming pools. Other recreational facilities include boating picnics, sun-downer cruises, water skiing, swimming, games room, angling, shopping and tavern tours. Enjoy a sun-downer cruise, water-skiing or sightseeing.
    from R1680
    Sleeps 28 in 14 rooms

    0.84km from Garden Route

    Badger's Lodge

    from R650
    Badger's Lodge guest house in Knysna, in the heart of the Garden Route, is situated close to the...
    Badger's Lodge guest house in Knysna, in the heart of the Garden Route, is situated close to the lagoon, about 3 km from the enchanting town centre and picturesque Waterfront.
    from R650
    Sleeps 12 in 5 rooms

    0.30km from Garden Route

    4 Reviews

    Narnia Guest House

    from R1150
    Wrap around views of mountains, lagoon, river and the famous entrance to the sea the "Heads"....
    Wrap around views of mountains, lagoon, river and the famous entrance to the sea the "Heads". Special Africa decor rooms. Either B+B or self-catering. Award -winning gardens, fabulous bird life, peace and tranquility yet close to shops and restaurants. Lovely swimming pool for summer and fireplaces in winter. Mountain bikes to ride around the property and bass fishing in 2 dams <br />
    from R1150
    Sleeps 10 in 3 rooms

    0.50km from Garden Route

    Fish Eagle Lodge

    from R990
    Fish Eagle Lodge offers affordable and comfortable Knysna bed and breakfast accommodation and is...
    Fish Eagle Lodge offers affordable and comfortable Knysna bed and breakfast accommodation and is beautifully positioned with a view of the Knysna Lagoon and mountains. The lodge is a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding indigenous forests, trails, lakes and magnificent beaches.
    from R990

    Waterfront Lodge

    from R692
    Waterfront Lodge offers eight en-suite bedrooms catering for every comfort.
    Waterfront Lodge offers eight en-suite bedrooms catering for every comfort.
    from R692
    Sleeps 17 in 8 rooms

    0.84km from Garden Route

    1 Review

    Knysna Views

    from R6000
    This architecturally designed home offers breath-taking views over the Knysna Lagoon, the Knysna...
    This architecturally designed home offers breath-taking views over the Knysna Lagoon, the Knysna Heads, the Indian Ocean and all the way out to the Outeniqua Mountains, beneath which the town of Knysna nestles.
    from R6000
    Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

    0.76km from Garden Route

    Garden Route South Africa

    Garden Route Lodge Accommodation

    Dramatic river cut gorges, beautiful beaches, rocky headlands and deep tangled forests are the quintessential Garden Route images. Stretching from anywhere between Stilbaai and Mossel Bay in the west, to Stormsriver or Port Elizabeth (PE) in the east, it's a gorgeous stretch of coastal paradise strung out along the N2. Purists will squash it up between Mossel Bay and Stormsriver but, as the popularity of the Garden Route grew and small towns at its edge realised the marketing potential, it just seemed to spread. No problem - it spread to some cool places.

    The towns generally accepted to be part of the Garden Route are Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and Stormsriver. Stilbaai and Albertinia have snuck in on the West and Humansdorp and even Port Elizabeth are muscling in from the east. Inland, the Little Karoo and Route 62, which have no pretensions to being the Garden Route, are often treated as the same destination, as it's pretty easy zigzag between them by driving the many scenic passes over the Outeniqua Mountains. Initially the Garden Route was seen as very much a beach and/or family holiday destination, which it is, but there is also so much to do. There's great hiking, with rambles ranging from an hour to a few days covering rocky coasts, deep forests, pretty fynbos and long sandy beaches. The diving is good, as is the surfing, and there are some fun sea kayaking and flat water paddling trips. Some of the country's best mountain bike trails snake through the forests, and there are horse trails for every taste and level of ability. Tandem skydiving, paragliding, and a range of scenic flights all offer different birds eye views.

    The Garden Route offers some of the best boat based whale watching in the world, flower lovers and birders will also have a field day traipsing off through the forest or the fynbos, and there are numerous national parks and nature reserves. Steam buffs will love the narrow gauge Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe. For the more culturally inclined, there are township tours, museums, lovely old buildings, funky craft shops, markets, art galleries and loads of live music venues. And, of course, a flotilla of great restaurants - many of which specialise in seafood - in each town. The Garden Route is a golfer's dream destination - you could play a different course every day for a week and still have a few left over.

    Of course, this is not all good news as golf courses use an exorbitant amount of water and take up vast amounts of space but, as long as the golf-estate-building spree fizzles out soon, there should be sufficient space remaining between the fairways for a bit of forest, perhaps some shops and even a house or two. But that's not your problem, is it? If you fancy a round in paradise, get in now before it closes down. And if golf is too slow for you - there are more international standard polo fields in Plett alone than there are in the rest of the country put together. You could spend anything from a weekend to a month at a tailor-made polo clinic.

    But what the Garden Route is most suitable for is relaxation - and even that's been somewhat institutionalised with almost every second hotel housing a wellness centre or spa. Not that that's a problem, mind. After a hard day on the beach you'll probably need a chocolate mud bath, colour therapy or hot stone massage.

    Dramatic river cut gorges, beautiful beaches, rocky headlands and deep tangled forests are the quintessential Garden Route images. Stretching from anywhere between Stilbaai and Mossel Bay in the west, to Stormsriver or Port Elizabeth (PE) in the...

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    If you are looking for Garden Route holiday accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of Self-catering, Bed and Breakfast, Guest House holiday accommodation in Garden Route and surrounds. With 1455 listings in Garden Route, our handy Garden Route map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect holiday accommodation for your Garden Route visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Garden Route South Africa

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