How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Knysna Hollow
Travel Blogs from Knysna
... very pretty.
Then back to the roadside craft market. We were the only people there when we arrived, and minutes later, loads of cars turned up. Of course, all the stall holders offered us special discount because we were the first customers. Oh for unlimited baggage! Some really lovely wooden and stone things. As it was, we had to settle for usual tourist bits, but hope they will still look nice when we get ...
... a glorious sight indeed. Nearby a mother plays with her young. Intimate trunk wraps and close contact clearly showing their familial links. We enjoyed their company until the sun finally beat the dark threatening clouds. Our walk back across the fynbos in light mood as Cathy and I shared our feelings of being in such majestic company.
After breakfast we drove thirty kilometres or so to the Eden Bird Park – the largest free-flight ...
... shown up enough to make it enjoyable. The only casualty may be the shark cage diving as as the sea be angry.
Today we drove up to Oudtshoorn to visit a ranch where a number of animals from Africa and abroad are living and working as ambassadors for their species. It's a unique place as it provides the opportunity to interact with some of these guys and we had to take advantage.
Both Indira and I got to hang out with a 10 month ...
... and hiked from there along the coast and into the forest in an area which is part of the famous Otter trail. We had our picnic next to the sea and whilst we were eating we watched the rock dassies scurrying around on the rocks near the sea. They are brave but a bit skittish so if you got within about 10 metres of them they would shoot off into the rocks and out of sight.
On the way home from the Tsitsikamma national park we stopped off at the world's ...
... There were more people around Buffels Bay, mostly surfing and hanging around the restaurants and café’s in the area.
We went out for dinner (yes, after the sunset) to 34 South (the waterfront is safe here so we were allowed out past our self-imposed curfew!). We drove down to the harbour, gave our parking monitor a donation and walked up the pier. The water front was jam- packed with people and one thing stood out to us ...