The historic Tsitsikamma Village Inn, offering scenic accommodation, was established in 1946 and is situated in the Storms River Village, tucked away in the lush Tsitsikamma forest, close to Storms River Mouth, in the Tsitsikamma National Park.
Storms River Village is a hive of activity, mountain biking events, plenty of hikes and walks starting from our doorstep, adventure sports such as black water tubing or kayaking/lilo-ing, nearby beaches, segway forest tours, tree top canopy tour, and more. All activities can be booked at the helpful reception.
This historic South African hotel has served as a stop-over for travellers for more than a century. Most of the rooms are situated around a typical Village green. These buildings reflect many of the different building styles that were to be found in the Cape Colony during the 1800s.
Enjoy delicious meals, fine wine and local beers on tap at one of the 3 dining areas within the Tsitsikamma Village Inn - De Oude Martha Restaurant, the Hunters Pub and Cafe Bacchus, or take a journey back in time with Elvis and Marilyn Monroe at Marilyn’s 60’s Diner. The on-site Micro Brewery is a must for any beer lover.
A typical Cape Village of the past has been re-constructed, where old traditions of warmth and hospitality thrive side-by-side with all the comforts of the modern day. Visitors can delve into the past and select their accommodation in a typical Cape Village.
You can opt to stay in the imposing Cape Dutch style of the Drostdy House or a Graaff-Reinet house with a deep stoep and sash windows, or you can choose to stay in a quaint Fisherman’s Cottage or a simple Karoo style cottage, or even a cosy barn bedroom, a honeymoon cottage or a rustic Swiss-style Log Room.
Each accommodation type is tastefully decorated in the appropriate style for the period and has its own individual garden that matches the specific style of gardening reminiscent to each individual colonial building style.
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Our standard rates for a The Barn
1 May 2019 to 30 September 2019
GBP 34 USD 41 ZAR 615 EUR 37
per person sharing
1 October 2019 to 31 December 2019
GBP 41 USD 49 ZAR 740 EUR 44
per person sharing
1 October 2019 to 30 April 2020
GBP 41 USD 49 ZAR 746 EUR 45
per person sharing
Prices are on a per person sharing basis (pps).
Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply - details on request.
Breakfast is included.
Children of any age are welcome. Rates available on request.
Tsitsikamma Village Inn Location.
Directions For Drivers
From Cape Town/Hermanus/The Winelands/Swellendam/Wilderness/Knysna/Plettenberg Bay: Follow the N2 to Port Elizabeth. You will see a signboard to the Storms River Village about 60 km past Plettenberg. Turn right and follow the road, and the Tsitsikamma Village Inn will be signposted from there.
From Port Elizabeth: Follow the N2 towards Plettenberg Bay/Knysna. Approximately 180 km from Port Elizabeth, you will see a signboard to the Storms River Village. Turn left and follow the road, and the Tsitsikamma Village Inn will be signposted from there.
General Information For Guests
All of the rooms have a bath and shower (except The Barn which has either or), air conditioning, electrical blankets, a television and tea/coffee making facilities.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered to all guests.
The main building, which traces its roots back to 1845, has a spacious dining room, incorporating facilities such as the De Oude Martha Restaurant, the Hunters Pub, Cafe Bacchus and Guest Lounge. The latest addition to the Tsitsikamma Village Inns facilities is the micro-brewery, brewing up uniquely local brews available on tap.
In addition, next door to the hotel, is the Marilyn’s 60s Diner, where you can enjoy a trip down memory lane with the vintage motorcycles, cars, memorabilia and a typical diner menu.
A laundry service is available (additional cost).
Credit cards are accepted.
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