Tsala Treetop Lodge

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

P O Box 454, Plettenberg Bay, 6600, South Africa
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Poor
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  • Families100
  • Couples93
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Where to Stay?

by TRimer

My fiance and I are looking to stay 1 night in Plett. I have checked out a lot of websites and it is very difficult to tell which one to choose. I would like to stay close to the water. All of the reviews I have read either say the hotel looks tired (re: Plett Hotel) or the reviewer's comments only talk about the wonderful breakfast served. Help!

RE: Where to Stay?

by johnaalex

We Recently stayed at Milkwood Manor and were disappointed over a few things, a fuse blew in one room and they had to move us, no air con (it was hot) an ddespite assurances when we booked - the restaurant (Thai) was not open as it was being used for a private party.

However we were very pleased with the St James in nearby Knysna - http://www.stjames.co.za/

Regards

John

RE: Where to Stay?

by Gerald_D

Close to the water - how close? The only Plett hotels that I can think of quickly, close to the "water", are the Beacon Isle and the Keurbooms. (The latter is on a river/lagoon). Which "Plett hotel" did you see the breakfast review of - there is a hotel called "The Plettenberg" and a different "NH Plettenberg Bay Hotel".

Do you really want to be in an hotel, and not in a smart guest lodge?

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by Gerald_D

Have you considered Tsala? Each suite has a mini-pool.

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by TRimer

I am actually considering Africa's Call. They have a honeymoon suite available at a reasonable price. Has anyone stayed there? Any feedback- postive or negative.

Also, should we stay in Mossel Bay? I have read that it is industrial. Any other recommendations on the way from Hermanus to Plett?

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by Gerald_D

Have you considered that "Africa's Call" is probably in suburbia with neighbouring houses all around?

I would also skip Mossel Bay - there are much more scenic places further on.

With your golfing husband (then), have you considered Fancourt?

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by TRimer

It is on Robberg Beach- is that the suburbs? We do not have time in our itinerary for Joe to play golf- and he says as this is our honeymoon he will abstain :)

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by Gerald_D

19 Cordovan Crescent.......

We normally only find "crescents" in suburbia. I often go to Plett and know that the area adjacent to the Robberg beach is very densely developed in some parts. Here is a less dense view:

http://www.tourdelmundo.com/images/plett001.jpg

The really scenic stretch of the Garden Route is Wilderness, Sedgefield, Brenton, Knysna, Plett, Nature's Valley. And of those, our personal favourite is Nature's Valley because of its unspoilt isolation with beautiful walks (beach, lagoon, forest and hills) - the others are very "touristy".

RE: RE: Where to Stay?

by Gerald_D

Our dream is to spend a while at Tranquility Lodge in Nature's Valley.

Travel Tips for Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay

by mvtouring

Plettenberg Bay is a popular holiday destination with locals and overseas tourist alike. Well known as the destination of choice for South Africa’s rich and famous, “Plett” as it is called by locals, can be a little more expensive than the surrounding areas, but is still well worth a visit. For beach lovers there are three magnificent white, sandy beaches: Roberg Beach, Look Out and Keurboomstrand, which between them have over 14 kilometres of glorious beaches with dramatic rocky peninsulas cascading into the warm Indian Ocean. If scuba diving is your passion, there are numerous options both for advanced and open water divers. The Plettenberg Bay area is home to over 100 species of fish and some of the best soft coral reefs in the world. Bird and nature lovers can enjoy the Birds of Eden Sanctuary and Monkeyland - a world renowned, free roaming sanctuary for primates as well as whale watching in season

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 Tsala Treetop Lodge

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Address: P O Box 454, Plettenberg Bay, 6600, South Africa