Storms River Guest Lodge is located in the peaceful village of Storms River, in the heart of the Tsitsikamma, which forms part of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma is a Khoi/Nama word meaning 'place of abundant water'. The region is bordered at the north by the Tsitsikamma Mountains and in the south by the Indian Ocean. The village is surrounded by natural occurring indigenous forest, Fynbos and commercial plantations.
This charming lodge is a Bed and Breakfast (which is suitable for small and large groups), consisting of a double story building with 14 spacious, en-suite rooms. The top story has a large veranda that offers panoramic views of the Storms River Mountain Peak and the tranquil lodge gardens. Other facilities include a private swimming pool that the whole family can enjoy.
In addition, the lodge is in close proximity to a variety of exciting activities that cater to both the adventurous, and those looking to put their feet up for a relaxing break. The area also hosts a number of meandering hiking trails, the Tree Top Canopy Tours; Black Water Tubing; mountain biking and segways. The area also boasts the highest commercial bungee jump at Bloukrans Bridge. The Storms River Mouth – with its spectacular shoreline – is the start of the famous Otter Hiking Trail and is situated in the Tsitsikamma National Park and is a mere 10 kilometres away.
For a more relaxing experience, there is the Tsitsikamma Mountain Spa where you will be pampered. With such an abundance of natural beauty, it is hard to resist the allure of this magical place.
The lodge offers a little slice of heaven to everyone, and even the weariest of travelers will leave rejuvenated!
Should you need any assistance during your stay, the hostess, which is also the owner, will be able to assist you with any needs you might have, and even help you to plan your activities.
Simple breakfast, large bathroom, I found dark room, the tv did not work. Located near tsitsikamma park, meets what it takes. Stayed for 1 night, the town is quite small and quiet, very beautiful...
First of all: very pleasant and kind staff! Breakfast is also quite lovely and tasty.
Observations: WiFi did not work in our room for 3 days during the weekend. They tried to fix it, but we were...
After having lived in Port Elizabeth my entire life and having visited Storms River Village many times over the past 50 years or more, how wonderful to “ discover” superb accommodation such as we...