Situated on the water’s edge of the Knysna Lagoon is the charming Knysna River Club. Surrounded by shady trees and well tendered gardens Knysna River Club is ideally situated and suited for guests who are looking to relax and unwind. Whilst enjoying the tranquil surroundings you can also explore the quaint lagoon side of the town. For our guests we have wonderful, cosy wooden chalets that have been tastefully furnished.
Start your morning with a delicious breakfast at our onsite restaurant, Boogies. Housed in a quaint 1840 Manor House, guests can dine on the veranda under a lovely large oak tree or mingle with the other guests by the pub. Be adventurous with the menu and try out some fresh yummy oysters mmmm…
Knysna River Club provides numerous onsite facilities for guests to take advantage of including: bicycles, swimming pool, sun loungers, sauna, pool table, canoes which the guests can take out onto the lagoon and we also have Wi-Fi. This is perfect for guests because they can upload their photographs onto Facebook or Instagram whilst on vacation. Don’t forget to hashtag First Resorts (#Firstresorts) – We always love to see what our guests are getting up to in Knysna!
Between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay there are many world class golf courses such as Simola Golf and Country Estate. The scenery around the course is spectacular! Knsyna is known for being a golfer’s paradise; clear blue skies with a light breeze are perfect days for a round of golf at Simola Golf and Country Estate.
The Knsyna Elephant Park offers you and your family the opportunity of a lifetime to get up close and personal with the elephants. Here, visitors can touch, feed, back ride or walk with these incredible mammals. As you venture through the bush atop of one of the elephants you will enjoy magnificent views. Knysna also has some wonderful markets on the weekend that you can pop into, such as the Scarab Craft Market.
For an unforgettable holiday in Knysna book yourself a cosy wooden chalet and enjoy the spectacular views and surroundings on the edge of the sparkling Knsyna lagoon.