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An idyllic retreat of peaceful lily ponds and indigenous forests, this architect-designed lodge is a balm for the soul, with its light and airy spaces that frame the mountains and beauty of nature all around. Situated near the Tsitsikamma National Park and a 20 minute drive from Plettenberg Bay, Lily Pond Lodge combines the best of country pleasures with beaches and forests close by.
Relax on the deck by the pool, enjoy a massage or simply gaze out of the French doors of the 10 spacious rooms and luxury suites to a vista of water lilies and abundant bird-life. Guests can walk one of the forest nature trails and return to savor a sumptuous feast of fusion food in the open dining area.
- En-suite Bathroom
- Flat Screen TV
- Garden Views
- Gowns & Slippers
- IPod Docking Stations
- Mini Bar
- On Site Restaurant
- Private Guest Library/Lounge
- Private Patio
- Satellite TV
- Tea & Coffee Facilities
- Under Floor Heating in Bathrooms
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Garden Route tours typifies diversity and offers a pleasant Mediterranean climate. With its abundance of closely-protected nature reserves and National Parks, Mother Nature presents visitors with an up-close and personal experience with the best she has to offer – the world over.
The Western Garden Route encompasses fresh water lakes, lagoons, forests, the towering peaks of the Outinequa Mountains and miles of beautiful beaches. The area is a Garden of Eden; home to the Knysna elephant, the Knysna seahorse, Knysna dwarf chameleon, the brilliantly coloured Knysna Loerie, wild coastal oysters, dolphins, whales and much more.
A natural garden of magical forests, blue-crisp mountains, Fynbos and pure crystal water best describes the Eastern Garden Route. Also known as the Coastal Route East, it quite simply encapsulates South Africa’s inherent ‘green’ magnificence and is a must for all visitors who adore and yearn to embrace stunning outdoor splendour.
Sports and natureSporting activities include numerous world class golf course; the worlds’ highest commercial bungee jump at Bloukrans Bridge (216m); Treetop Canopy Tours; Hiking and Canoeing, whilst the splendour of nature is simply at every turn during your journey. The Wilderness and Tsitsikamma National Parks; Featherbed and the Robberg Nature Reserves and the National Lake Area in Knysna must be on every visitors itinerary; the Knysna Elephant Park, Monkeyland and Tenikwa Wildlife & Rehabilitation Centre allows you to get up close and personal
NightlifeThe flavours of the ocean influence much of the cuisine. Expect the freshest seafood – from the catch of the day to coastal and cultured Knysna oysters. Wine and dine your way through a formidable array of fine restaurants, seafood taverns, pubs and other interesting eateries.
Culture & historyYou can’t call something a cultural “experience” if you are a spectator. You have to dance the Hotnot’Riel around the fire, listen to storytelling of the Outa, sit and sample the Mielies & Bone with some Roosterbrood and Konfyt. Experience a cultural tour led by a guide with authentic Griekwa ancestors and stand next to the burial place of their beloved Paramount Chief A.A.S.Le Fleur to realise how accurate this psychic leader’s prophecies were. Discover the colourful townships and experience their essence. Take this opportunity to explore cultures different to your own and absorb the true spirit of living local.