Knysna accommodation on the Gardenroute

Welcome to Zauberberg Cottage, our Guesthouse for Knysna accommodation – self-catering and B&B – on the Garden Route. Our cottages are situated in a quiet suburb above town – close enough to get there quickly, yet far enough to be removed from the hustle and bustle of Knysna’s lively centre.

Enjoy the view from our sundeck and guest lounge onto the Knysna Lagoon, relax in the sunshine in our indigenous garden and watch the birds or have a swim in our lovely pool. In the evenings cuddle up by the fire side and plan your activities for the next day – there is plenty to explore along the Garden Route.

Knysna accommodation – ideal for exploring the Garden Route and the Little Karoo

Knysna’s town center and waterfront lie less than five minutes away – so all of Knysna’s tourist attractions are within easy reach. Moreover, in Knysna you will find yourself right in the heart of the Garden Route – a great variety of attractions and landscapes is waiting to be explored within a 100 km radius, ranging from coastal gems such as the beaches and the Tsitsikamma National Park to the mystical forests of Knysna’s hinterland and the hot and dry inland of the Little Karroo, as well as spectacular mountain passes built by Thomas Baines.

If you want to experience the natural beauty of Knysna and surrounds and appreciate a quiet garden setting, privacy and personal tips from nature loving hosts when needed, then accommodation in our cottages might be just the right choice for you.

Zauberberg Cottage in Knysna has been a “home away from home” offering many returning guests Knysna accommodation since 1998. Choose from self catering cottages and B&B accommodation – we are looking forward to your visit too!

 

 

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