About the Property
Operating as a four star self-catering facility, the main lodge sleeps 10, consisting of 1 twin room, 3 double rooms and 1 luxury suite, all of which are en-suite. All of the rooms are lagoon-facing with spectacular views. The lodge also features a large balcony facing onto the magnificent Knysna lagoon.
The lodge also has one fully equipped self-catering unit below which is non-graded and sleeps two people. Oyster Creek Lodge, surrounded by the Knysna Lagoon, can accommodate up to twelve people. There’s plenty to see and do when staying at Oyster Creek Lodge. We are within driving distance of Knysna’s many attractions,
About the Accommodation
Oyster Creek Self Catering, surrounded by the picturesque view of The Heads, offers self catering accommodation rented as an entire unit. We accommodate for a maximum of 10 people in the main lodge. We also have an ungraded separate unit downstairs which sleeps 2 adults and is fully equipped for self-catering.
All the rooms (one twin, two double rooms, one queen and a luxury suite) are lagoon-facing and all but one open onto the balcony. Magnificent views of the lagoon add something special to your Garden Route experience.
Spend your evenings lazing around the fireplace, enjoying a traditional South African braai. Our lounge area is equipped with DSTV and all suites have flat screen TV’s.
About the area
The charming town of Knysna offers accommodation in a veritable paradise of lush indigenous forests, tranquil lakes, and golden beaches; showcasing the natural loveliness of South Africa. She nestles on the banks of a breathtakingly pretty lagoon, now a protected marine reserve that is home to the extraordinary Knysna seahorse and over 200 species of fish.
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.