Protea Wilds Retreat: Knysna Quays is offering an immaculate waterfront self-catering unit to Daddy’s Deals customers. Staying here will not only afford guests some much-needed downtime near the water's edge, but offers the convenience of being in close proximity to restaurants, shops and cafés. The Knysna Waterfront, Thesen Island and town are all in walking distance from the unit. It’s perfect for the couple or small family who enjoy exploring on foot.
The unit can accommodate two people, ideal for a couples getaway. If there is a child, the unit can accommodate one small child at an additional charge of R150 per night. The unit is equipped with everything needed for great a self-catering stay, like a kettle, coffee-plunger, microwave, toaster, three-plate stove, fridge, dining table, weber, patio, flat-screen TV with full DStV pacakge, free WiFi, and crockery and cutlery. Everything is provided that one may be accustomed to at home. The bathroom is fully enclosed and has a shower.
Please note that the unit is not directly on the water, but nearby. Photos are taken from the unit’s patio.
Attractions in and around Knysna
Water sports activities
The Garden Route offers some of the best water sport areas along the Southern Coast of Africa. Hire a boat, or bring your own, and cruise the beautiful lagoons, streams and rivers. Enjoy a romantic sunset or leisurely lunchtime cruise and take a ferry across to Featherbed Nature Reserve or to the Knysna Heads.
If you enjoy an adrenalin rush, go shark cage diving at Mossel Bay or Blackwater Tubing at Stormsriver.
Make new memories with your partner and soar above the coast and have a birds-eye view of the beautiful Garden Route with a paragliding experience, or abseil down the Knysna Heads and other cliffs on the coastline. Rock climb in some unique and beautiful areas, explore the area by quad bike, or experience the thrill of hanging from a cable and gliding from one tree top to another in the dense Tsitsikamma Forest.
Visit a game farm just a few minutes outside of George and watch the crocodiles feed, or one of the world-famous ostrich farms in Oudtshoorn. Touch leopards at a wildlife ranch or get up close and personal with the inhabitants of Monkey Land. Visit the Cheetah farm, the Knysna Elephant Park, and see the Knysna Seahorses in the Knysna Lagoon.
Take a trip through to Oudtshoorn and experience the Cango Caves. Visit the Post Office Tree and the Dias Caravel Museum in Mossel Bay.
Bring your golfing gear along and visit one of the various PGA registered golf courses along the beautiful coastline.
Dining in the Garden Route
There is a wide selection of restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and grills, pizzerias and farm stalls in and around Knysna. Weekends are famous for the many markets in the area, from Sedgefield to Hakerville and Wilderness.
13A Spinnaker Drive