A Garden Route Treasure

6 on Protea is in the leafy suburb of Paradise which overlooks the Lagoon / Waterfront / The Heads & Featherbed, and is the perfect getaway for tourists or the discerning traveler or those looking to just unwind.

Knysna is a great base for exploring and sight-seeing besides the surrounding areas such as Tsitsikamma, Plettenberg Bay, The Crags, Sedgefield, Wilderness and Oudtshoorn on your way to or from Cape Town.

Your Hostess Anita lives on site, and will see that every detail is attended to and ensure your stay is as perfect as the picturesque Knysna setting.

Guest Reviews

  • Review from 15 March 2022

    We had the most wonderful stay. Anita made us feel so welcome. From our room with an amazingly beautiful view, to the most delicious breakfast on the patio. We were truly spoilt. Thank you Anita and your team. We will definitely be back.Roland and Santie, Kimberley

    Roland and Santie

    Kimberly

  • If you need 7 rooms with en-suite bathrooms (for that extra privacy), perfect views & brilliant service - this is the place for you.

    Carien

    Pretoria, South Africa

  • Wendy was a gorgeous host, She welcomed us friendly and open. Her house provides an amazing few over the bay of Knysna and the bedding is clean and very very tender. A very kind gesture from her was a gin tonic as an welcome drink, unfortunately it was so good we had to take a another one. We hope that wasn’t too bad.

    Valentin Kaspar

    Germany

  • We really enjoyed our stay and can warmly recommend the apartment from Wendy. She is a gorgeous host and everything was perfect. The communication was so good and we got a lot of tips during our stay (activities and restaurants). We had an amazing view from our room to the lake and the heads and everything was very close. Knysna is a very beautiful and small town and you... Read More

    Julian and Britta VoB

    Germany

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