set on a secluded old country estate near Knysna's famous lagoon.
amongst timeless oaks and pecan trees, the gracious old manor house
forms the focal point of the lodge.
Built in a bygone era, it is finished with pressed ceilings, yellowwood
floors and indigenous furniture.
is an excellent value for money
choice when golfing on the Garden Route
at either of the Pezula,
Simola, Goose Valley or Plettenberg Bay golf courses.
Rooms at Knysna Hollow:
Accommodation on the Estate consists of 15 garden chalets and 49 garden
rooms. Amenities in all chalets and rooms include television, tea and
coffee-making facilities and private patios.
The rooms and chalets have been tastefully decorated with a Knysna
forest feel. The comfortably appointed chalets include telephones,
ceiling fans, and a fireplace for all those romantic winter evenings.
Dining & Entertainment:
The Knysna Hollow
a-la-carte Restaurant is situated in the Manor House
and serves fine food in relaxed and warm surroundings. The
scintillating, yet refined menu reflects flavours and influences from
around the globe, with a selection of dishes sure to stimulate the
Choose between ocean-fresh seafood such as Cape Crayfish and
linefish, South African specialties such as Karoo Lamb and Venison
dishes or decadent desserts.
You can enjoy pre-dinner drinks next to a roaring fire in wintertime or in the yellowwood-panelled pub, "The Rutland Arms".
As an alternate venue to the a la carte restaurant, The Pecan Tree
menu includes both classic Malay-inspired dishes such as
Spicy Malay Lamb Curry as well as local specialties like fresh Knysna
Fresh ingredients, rich flavour and genuine hospitality make for an
unforgettable dining experience in a relaxed and unpretentious
atmosphere. The restaurants have an extensive wine list that features
some excellent Cape wines as well as a broad selection of after dinner
drinks including ports, liqueurs and brandies.
Service is warm and friendly and the hand-picked wine list is sure to contain the perfect Cape wine to complement your meal.
Visit the nearby picturesque historical town, with it's antique shops,
African and local arts and crafts and coffee shops. Featherbed Nature
is only a short ferry trip across the lagoon, and a walking
trail through here is a must. Ride on the famous steam train along the
coast through breathtaking scenery.
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