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Accommodation at Tsitsikamma Village Inn

More magic has been added to the Garden Route where we have re-constructed a typical Cape Village of the past, and where old traditions of warmth and hospitality thrive side-by-side with all the comforts of the modern day. This major revamp enticed us to re-name the “old” Tsitsikamma Forest Inn, the Tsitsikamma Village Inn . This historic South African hotel has served as a stop-over for travellers for more than a century. Visitors can delve into the past and select their home in a typical Cape Village.

This unique village reflects all colonial building styles that can be found in South Africa’s famous garden route. You can opt for a sojourn in the imposing Cape Dutch style, the Drostdy or the Landdrost’s (magistrate’s) house, or you can choose to stay in one of the charming Victorian forester’s cottages, in a quaint fisherman’s cottage or a simple Karoo Pastorie (pastor’s home) with its deep stoep and sash windows, a humble barn, a honeymoon room, or rustic log homes for the more adventurous. Each cottage has its own individual garden that matches the specific style of gardening reminiscent to each individual colonial building style. Each room is tastefully decorated in the appropriate style for the period.

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Suite Interior
Suite Name
Suite Exterior
Hanover

Karoo Georgian cottages.
The Drostdy

You can opt for a sojourn in the imposing Cape Dutch style, the Drosdy or the Landdrost's (magistrate's)house
iKaya

The African experience is captured in the Ikaya suite, which is decorated in the earthy colours that make the continent so special. Traditional masks help complete the picture.
The Barn

The Barn situated just off the Village square offers rooms with showers.






The Four Forester's Cottages
Typical mid-Victorian cottages

    - Rose Cottage




    - Cherry Cottage





    - Fern Cottage





    - Forget Me Not Cottage






De Oude Pastorie

A simple Karoo Pastorie (pastor's home) with its deep stoep and sash windows,
Arniston

A quaint fisherman's cottage.


The Honeymoon Rooms

Then there are honeymoon rooms for newly-weds or couples wanting a romantic getaway.


Rustic log rooms

Rustic log rooms on the other side of the main building provide a different experience with the emphasis on the wood-cutting legacy of the Tsitsikamma.


This unusual "Village Square" was the concept of the well-known Martin Ratray and has added a new dimension to the air of tranquillity and peaceful atmosphere for which this privately owned hotel is so well known for internationally.

All guests are welcome to savour the comfort and atmosphere of the main building, which traces its roots back to 1845. In the building you’ll find a spacious dining room, incorporating the De Oude Martha Restaurant, the Hunter’s Pub, Cafe Bacchus and Guest Lounge.

Relax in the comfortable old-world atmosphere of the lounge. The adventure companies in the village often combine with the hotel to provide a really memorable holiday or conference and team-building experience.

RATES
PREMIER ROOMS
De Oude Pastorie, Albert & Victoria Honeymoon Cottage
King size bed, air-conditioner, television, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, bath and separate shower
DATESHARINGSINGLE
May 2013 - Sep 2013R550R770
Oct 2013 – Apr 2014R630R880
May 2014-Sep 2014R580R815
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015 R655R920
VILLAGE ROOMS
Hanover, Drostdy, Ikaya, Arniston and the Victorian Cottages
Twin beds, air-conditioner, television, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, bath and separate shower
DATESHARINGSINGLE
May 2013 - Sep 2013R495R695
Oct 2013 – Apr 2014R580R810
May 2014-Sep 2014R520R730
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015R605R850
LOG ROOMS, WEST
Double storey wooden Swiss-style chalets
Either twin beds or double bed, television, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, air-conditioner, shower, bath
DATESHARINGSINGLE
May 2013 - Sep 2013R495R695
Oct 2013 – Apr 2014R580R810
May 2014-Sep 2014R520R730
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015R605R850
BARN ROOMS
The Barn, built in the late 1800's as stables for travellers horses, was converted in 1996 to cosy bedrooms
Double beds, television, air-conditioner, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, either bath or shower
DATESHARINGSINGLE
May 2013 - Sep 2013R395R555
Oct 2013 – Apr 2014R470R660
May 2014-Sep 2014R415R580
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015R495R690
LOG ROOMS, EAST
Double storey wooden Swiss-style chalets
Twin beds, air-conditioner, television, coffee/tea facilities, electrical blanket, bath with shower in bath
DATESHARINGSINGLE
May 2013 - Sep 2013R395R555
Oct 2013 – Apr 2014R470R660
May 2014-Sep 2014R415R580
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015R495R690
Children under 12 years:
Share a room with parents, sleeping on a sleeper couch or extra bed, bed is free of charge but all meals and drinks are payable. Children’s Menu available.


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