Property Type: Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses
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Amanzi Island Lodge balances comfort and luxury in beautiful surroundings. There can be no better spot for relaxing and exploring all that the Garden Route has to offer. Guests at our bed-and-breakfast beach house enjoy wonderful views of the Knysna lagoon and the Featherbed Nature Reserve on the majestic Knysna Heads.
Our spacious and luxuriously appointed bedrooms open out either onto a balcony or onto the garden. We also have a self-catering garden-facing apartment available for those who would rather not eat out every night. The guest lounge, dining room and pub also offer guests spectacular lagoon views.
Indulge in a scrumptious breakfast on the terrace each morning while you watch the tides slowly turn beneath the majestic Knysna Heads. Then head out to explore the many activities that Knysna and the Garden Route have to offer.
Or spend a day on Leisure Isle relaxing by our swimming pool. You're welcome to take one of the bicycles for a spin and explore the island or paddle a canoe on the lagoon.
Wireless internet access is available for guests to share their holiday experiences with family back home.
After a hard day's relaxation come and join us for a sundowner at our honesty bar and we'll gladly make dinner reservations for you at one of the nearby Knysna restaurants.
- All rates include VAT
- All rates include breakfast
- All rates exclude laundry, drinks, Internet & telephone usage.
- Amanzi Island Lodge welcomes well-behaved children over the age of 6 years old.
- Please take note that we have a swimming pool on the property that is unfenced. The safety of children is the responsibility of their parents or guardians we ask that parents watch their children at all times.
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