Knysna Inn is located in Knysna’s Main Street, and offers stylishly appointed self-catering units. Each unit has its own separate entrance with close proximity to the barbeque areas.
All units have flat-screen T/V and satellite channels. There is a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave, fridge, electric fryer, slow cooker etc. Tuccatu Deli and Bistro Restaurant is situated on the premises, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
24-hour front desk.
Free off street secure parking
Daily maid service.
Restaurant (à la carte).
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Knysna is a natural paradise of lush, indigenous forests, tranquil lakes and golden beaches. She nestles on the banks of a breathtakingly pretty lagoon, now a protected marine reserve that is home to the extraordinary sea horse and over 200 species of fish.
Beaches, lakes, mountains and rivers provide endless opportunity for leisure and outdoor adventure. Within the town, craft shops, flea-markets and cosy cafés beckon with small-town charm and hospitality. The area around Knysna is a veritable Garden of Eden. This is home of the only forest elephant in South Africa, the rare Pansy Shell, the brilliantly coloured, and elusive, Knysna Loerie, a plethora of waterfowl and forest birds, dolphins and visiting whales.
The indigenous forests in Knysna constitute the largest complex of closed-canopy forest in southern Africa, whilst the remarkable richness of the Fynbos vegetation contributes over 8000 plant species to the Cape floral kingdom. Exploring the Knysna forests, along demarcated walks, with the occasional call of the Loerie, provides a complete escape into a former time when many elephants trod these paths, particularly if you’ve read Dalene Matthee’s ‘Circles in a forest’.
Today a mere three elephants are reputed to still roam the forest. The Knysna Elephant Park has brought the elephant back to Knysna and all the elephants are former orphans rescued from culling operations in the Kruger National Park, except for Thandi who was born in the park.
A visit to Knysna would be incomplete without a trip to the heads - a striking geological feature made up of a pair of huge, brightly coloured cliffs lying at the mouth of the lagoon, flanking a channel of potentially treacherous water that flows into Knysna’s lagoon. The eastern head houses a lookout with spectacular views of the lagoon, Leisure Isle and Knysna whilst the western head is a privately owned nature reserve called Featherbed Nature Reserve. Visitors can get to the reserve via ferry.
In Room Facilities:
Bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchenette, percale cotton bedding, hairdryer on request
Eden to Addo Biodiversity Corridor.
Knysna Elephant Park.
Pezula Golf Course.
Die Gieter Deli.
The Anchorage Restaurant.
Deep Sea Fishing Adventure.
Kranshoek Coastal Hiking Trail.
Lagoon Birding Safari.
Self Drive the Garden Route.
The Red Barn Restaurant & Country Store.