Tsitsikama Lodge was the ideal place to book for our upcoming 28th wedding anniversary as well as the mountain bike challange that took place nearby. The honeymoon suite, chalet no 9, was very private, and offered the peace and quiet we where looking for. The rooms in the chalet were spacious and the log construction blended well with the surrounding forest. The best feature of the chalet was the spa bath.
On arrival we were greeted by James, a very helpful and friendly chap, we saw him quite a couple of times over the weekend and he was always very friendly and helpful.
Part of the package incuded a couple spa treatment. Although the two therapist were very friendly, the one was dressed the part, but the other one was less professionally attired.
On Saturday night 2 busloads of people arrived, consequently the staff had their hands full and the dinner service suffered, leaving us much to devices. As the dinner was a buffet, we could dish up and finish the meal unassisted. The table was not properly set, missing in some utensils and servettes. Still, the food was good, a choice of 3 meats, on each night, with 2 desert options. Salads selections, however, were limited.
Having to leave very early on Sunday, we found the admin office closed early, as everbody was assisting with the dinner service. Fortunately James came to the rescue, opened the office for us to settle our account and organised the gate for our early departure. Everything considered, we enjoyed our stay over the 2 nights and will certainly return in the future.
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- Also Known As:
- Tsitsikamma Hotel Storms River
- Tsitsikamma Hotel Knysna
- Tsitsikamma Lodge Tsitsikamma National Park/Storms River