About Knysna N2 Lodge
As the name suggests, Knysna N2 Lodge is situated just off the N2 in the holiday town of Knysna. This lodge offers a variety of affordable accommodation options to cater to the needs of travellers.
There are three comfortably furnished units ideal for families. One of these units also has a little kitchenette and a private balcony. There are five standard rooms with double beds and private or shared bathrooms.
Backpackers or groups travelling on a budget have the option of staying in a 12 sleeper Dorm which shares a kitchenette and en-suite shower.
This picturesque town offers many charms and attractions. These include boat cruises on the lagoon, diving and fishing adventures as well as many other water-sport activities. There are also cultural tours and projects on offer, ensuring that guests have plenty to do during their stay.
Please note that no noise is allowed after 22:00.
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Things to do in and around Knysna
(0.6 km from Knysna)
Only accessible by ferry, Featherbed Nature Reserve is a privately-owned unspoiled headland at the Western Head of the Knysna Lagoon. Visitors young and old will thoroughly enjoy embarking on a spectacular four-hour eco-experience to this exquisite...
(7.7 km from Knysna)
Direct access is a little steep but it's worth the effort to steal away and spend hours on the beautiful private beach of Sparrebosch. Swim, fish or just soak up the tranquility and stunning natural beauty around you.
(8.5 km from Knysna)
Rated amongst the best and most scenic golf courses around the globe, Pezula Championship Course is a prerequisite on any Garden Route golfing itinerary. Pezula offers terrific international-standard golfing with superlative views of Knysna Lagoon...
(5.5 km from Knysna)
Locals claim that one of the most wonderful beaches on the globe lies right on the other side of the Knysna Western Heads, at Brenton-on-Sea. There are rocks to clamber on, little pools to cool off in and a long bay for beach walks and shell...