About Yellowwood Creek
Yellowwood Creek lies at the foot of the Amatola mountains. The gardens and sweeping lawns slope down to the Cumakala River and dense Yellowwood forest.
Yellowwood Creek offers accommodation in two double-roomed suites with bathrooms and French doors onto the verandas, one of which has an adjoining room suitable for families with children. In addition, there is a guest cottage-built in the nineteenth century- with its own bathroom, mezzanine sleeping area and balcony with panoramic views of the forest.
The forest and surrounding area are inhabited by no less than one hundred and thirty-eight species of bird including Knysna louries and the rare Cape parrot, many of which are common seasonal visitors to the garden. The forest is also home to numerous animals such as bush buck, duiker, samango monkeys, bush pigs, wild cats and many othersYellowwood Creek is only 4 kilometres from Stutterheim and less than an hour's drive from East London, and the stunning beaches of the wild cost.
Yellowwood Creek Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling