Welcome to Herons Guesthouse

A warm welcome awaits you at Knysna Herons Guest House

Come and enjoy some of the best hospitality at affordable prices Knysna has to offer. While enjoying some of South Africa ‘s Garden Route best scenery and all its surroundings, as you travel through the Garden Route with all its splendor, why not stop over and relax with us. Accessible to Plettenberg Bay which is just 30km away and George is 70km

Relax in the tranquil setting by the pool, surrounded by a tropical garden with palm trees; we welcome you with open arms where every guest will leave as a friend.

Apart from our friendly atmosphere and personalised service, we offer free satellite television (DSTV) and WI FI connectivity, pool, airport transfers, electronic safes, wall panel heaters, hair dryers, fans, tea/coffee tray amenities in every room. Enjoy the sparkling pool and open braai to unwind. We will take care of any of your bookings if required.

All rooms are en-suite with a private patio/balcony leading into the surrounding garden full of birds. Seven rooms, of which two are family/self catering units. Secure off street parking on the property.

Our hearty English breakfast will make you smile, which also includes fresh fruit, juices, yoghurt, cereals, toast, preservatives to start the day off.

Knysna Herons Guest House is situated on the exquisite garden route within the Western Cape’s natural beauty, off the Knysna Lagoon within secure and peaceful settings, central to a variety of amenities and activates in the immediate area which include the famous golf courses including Sparrebosch golf course, beach activities, hiking, canoeing, lagoon cruises, paint ball, fishing, bungy jumping, water skiing to name a few. We cater to a variety of travelers from business to leisure.
Enquire about our SPECIAL OFFERS
Stay for 3 nights get 4th night free (accommodation only)
- breakfast excluded for 4th free night.
Terms & Conditionsfor B&B rooms only, for 2 people sharing (not applicable to single guests) or the family self-catering units, and excluding Easter, Pink Loerie and Oyster Festivals, Peak Season 15 December - 07 January, periods excluded.
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An Interesting Fact:
The Knysna Sea Horse (hippocampus Capensis) is the most endangered sea horse species in the world and is endemic to the Knysna, Swartvlei and Keurbooms estuary. It’s also the only fish species where the male bears the offspring.
Quintin Collins | William Cumming| Telephone:+27 (0)44 382-1313 | Mobile:+27 (0)79 125-5835 | Fax: 086 600 7827 | E-mail:info@herons.co.za