Luxury Chalets, Comfortable Guestrooms and Family Units
We offer a variety of fun activities: horseback riding on the beach, hiking trails on our coastal reserve ...
Our fully licensed restaurant and bar offers appetizing meals and is ideal for celebrating special occasions ...
Oyster Bay Lodge is the perfect destination for intimate functions.
Oyster Bay Lodge is a four star graded luxury lodge. Situated on a natural, coastal reserve between Knysna and Port Elizabeth, along the malaria-free Garden Route in South Africa. Our luxurious B&B accommodation consists of 4 Luxury ‘Cape Dutch’ Chalets and 10 Comfortable Guest Rooms with optional services. There are exciting activities and adventures on the property and the surrounding area.
If you like nature, space, long beaches, big waves, ... you'll like Oyster Bay lodge. The quality of the rooms is excellent. The food is very good and the service appropriate. We warmly recommand Oyster Bay lodge
Myself and my wife stayed here on our honeymoon last April. There was only ourselves and the guys guys running the place. we had an amazing meal and had a good few jars with them afterwards. As it is so long since, I have forgotten their names, but we all had a great night, and I could not speak highly e ... read more
This hidden gem is well tucked away along a gravel road which is a few Kms from anywhere. Once you get there you will appreciate the natural beauty of the surroundings adding to the 'get away from it all' feel.
We'll appointed rooms and helpful staff together with great food make this a great place for a few days or longer.
We stayed 4 nights in one of cabins, next to the pond with swingchair (super!) and sea view. Although we had some rain, we never got the chance to bore ourselves. The place is simply amazing, the remote setting with own beach, boma, walking trails, swimming pool, the horses, the dune ride and not to forg ... read more
We had a family room, which is quite simple. But that's not important because if you come to oyster bay, you have to stay at the beach. It's a bit comparable to the beaches of St. Lucia (ZA) but the dunes are much nicer (yes, the water is much colder).
The lodge has a lot of horses an offer ... read more