Tsitsikamma National Park accommodation includes Storms River Mouth Rest Camp and Nature's Valley Rest Camp. Tsitsikamma Lodge and Tsitsikamma Village Inn are located close by and provide a lovely base for exploring the park.
Storms River Mouth Rest Camp in Tsitsikamma National Park has many accommodation options including
Nature's Valley Rest Camp accommodation in Tsitsikamma National Park is located on the banks of the Groot River, approximately 40 km west of Storms River Rest Camp. The Forest Huts in Nature's Valley Rest Camp sleep 2 people and share communal ablution facilities. They have electricity and 3-point electric plugs.
Guests can also choose from a variety of accommodation located near Tsitsikamma National Park. These are just a few recommended options.
Located close to Tsitsikamma National Park, accommodation is in a variety of cosy log cabins. The Garden Cabins are perfect for families as they have an upstairs loft with 2 twin beds for children as well as a double bed and a single bed downstairs. The Gardenette Cabins have a double bed to accommodation a couple, while the Luxury Cabins have a double bed in the loft and a single bed downstairs. There is also a romantic Honeymoon Cabin.
All Cabins have en-suite bathrooms with a spa bath and a shower, ceiling fan, oil heater, TV with limited DSTV (satellite channels), telephone, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryer, mini fridge and BBQ (braai) facilities with private deck.
Other facilities at the lodge includes a cosy wooden restaurant which serves English breakfasts and five course buffet dinners. There is a swimming pool and and internet cafe as well as nature trails for the exclusive use of the guests.
Tsitsikamma Village Inn is close to the Tsitsikamma National Park at Storms River Mouth. Accommodation is in individually decorated free-standing colourful colonial style cottages each with their own charming garden.
The cottages have been designed to resemble a typical Cape Village of the past. Room facilities include air-con, television, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, en-suite bathroom and either double or twin beds.
The main building which dates back to 1845, boasts a spacious dining room, De Oude Martha Restaurant, the Hunter’s Pub, Cafe Bacchus and a guest lounge. Other hotel facilities include wi-fi spots and internet facilities in the lounge, a children's play park, a duck pond and a swimming pool.