Wind: 14.48 km/h
In larger cities, guest houses will constitute a kind of small hotel. In Knysna this is not the case. Guest Houses in Knysna are a unique accommodation option where individual service will get you exactly what you are looking for. Ask at the reception for dining options in town, guided tours in the area and even pre-book a therapeutic massage on your own private balcony. Guest Houses will often include breakfast in the rate and dinner options may be available at an extra cost. Your hosts will make every effort to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, offering optional Sunday braai’s and even live music nights or wine-pairing dinners. There are a wide variety of Guest Houses available in Knysna to suit your particular budget and needs; a star rating system will help you to choose the best option for you.
Blissful tranquility in a large tropical garden of water and birdsong, this guesthouse is perfectly situated midway between two award winning golf courses, a 5 minute drive to Knysna's bustling town centre with vibrant waterfront and restaurants, the famous Heads and Leisure Isle's two sandy beaches.
Fish Eagle Lodge is well positioned with beautiful views overlooking the Knysna Lagoon, set against a ridge in a secluded country setting only 5km from the Knysna Waterfront. The perfect base to explore the surrounding indigenous forests, trails, lakes and magnificent beaches.
Orange Inn Knysna has been refurbished to create the perfect place to stay whilst you explore Knysna and it’s beautiful surroundings. If you are looking for a holiday destination that provides endless opportunity for the whole family this is the destination to travel to. Orange Inn offers you stylish accommodation with excellent facilites. We offer both bed & breakfast and self-catering options.
Westhill is a 1920's Cape Dutch style heritage property that has recently been extended to include three new luxury en-suite guest bedrooms which are operated on a Bed & Breakfast basis. The property boasts magnificent panoramic views over the Knysna Estuary and through the Knysna Heads...