There is a beautiful array of accommodation with modern and antiques finishes. There are Luxury Chalets, Comfortable Guestrooms and Family Units. There are some self catering options available.
All activities take place on site, with magical views and exceptional service. Activities such as Sand-boarding, Horse-riding, Kayaking, Picnics, and hiking - the list does go on.
A fully licensed restaurant and bar offers appetizing meals and is ideal for celebrating special occasions... With great views of the ocean, dunes and swimming pool.
Oyster Bay Lodge is the perfect destination for intimate functions. We specialize in small private weddings on a private, desolated beachfront using horses as a beautiful backdrop.
21 free roaming horses, occasionally strutting their stuff in-front of the rooms.
The Klipdrift River is flowing through the reserve and can be enjoyed from the Boma.
Tantalizing breakfasts, enjoyed along the poolside.
Private weddings on a 3.5 kilometer desolate beachfront property.
Enjoy a sun-downer on the private coastal reserve or on your patio.
Enjoy playing in the great Indian Ocean.
Read a great book, overlooking the Klippedrift river, magnificent dunes, and majestic Indian ocean.
Enjoy a delectable 3 course dinner menu, along side a crackling fire and your loved ones.
Several community projects, one of which is the creche at Umzamawethu.
Variety of Eco Outdoor Activities such as Sand-boarding, Horse riding, Dune Safaris, Massages and Kayaking.
Restaurant serves a la carte Breakfast, light Lunches and a freshly prepared, 3 course Dinner every evening!
More than a 190 bird species on the reserve.
Oyster Bay Lodge is a 4 star luxury lodge. Situated on a natural coastal reserve between Knysna and Port Elizabeth, along the malaria-free Garden Route in South Africa. The luxurious 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.
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
Our family loved every moment of our stay at Oyster Bay. The staff went out of their way to make our stay unforgettable and the food was wonderful and the bay is just out of this world. My husband has been all over the world and he said it is the most beautiful beach he has seen. The location is perfect, and we will go back.
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
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
Unfortunately, our schedule only allowed us to spend 1 night, but we greatly appreciated the personalized service, the calm and relaxing environment, the lovely beach, the nature walks, the horse riding through the dunes and along the beach. The rooms were very spacious and comfortable, the only suggesti ... read more