Welcome to Westhill
(6) Westhill (Drive) is a 1920's Cape Dutch style heritage property that has recently (2015) undergone a complete renovation.
It has also been extended to include three new luxury en-suite guest bedrooms (pictured above) which are operated on a Bed & Breakfast basis.
Situated within walking distance of the town centre and Waterfront, the property boasts magnificent panoramic views over the Knysna Estuary and through the Knysna Heads to the Indian Ocean (see picture at foot of page).
We look forward to welcoming you to Knysna and to Westhill.
Steve & Roeléén
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Some of the facilities provided:
- Large en-suite rooms
- Private balconies
- Free Wi-Fi
- Multi-national sockets
- Store for golf bags / sporting equipment
- Area for parking bicycles
- Secure on-site parking
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Knysna lies on the N2, approximately an hour's drive from George to the west and 3 hours from Port Elizabeth to the east.
Knysna is the ideal base from which to explore the Garden Route and its many attractions, with most being within an hours drive.
Westhill lies on a hillside to the north of the estuary and the property is situated less than 10 minutes walk from the town centre and 15 minutes from the Waterfront.
Knysna is a small coastal town built around a large warm-water estuary which is fed by the Knysna River flowing from the Outeniqua mountains in the north.
The estuary (or Knysna Lagoon) is now an international Hope Spot and opens to the Indian Ocean through two large headlands known as The Heads.
Whether you are a water babe or a land lubber; an adrenalin junkie, petrol head or sports fanatic; interested in history, culture or arts; want to explore the natural beauty around the estuary, in the forests, or on the beaches; or even just want to relax and chill; Knysna has it all.
With various festivals, shows, and sporting events taking place all year round, and a temperate climate to suit, Knysna is the perfect destination. You might even get to see one of the few elusive Knysna Elephants still in existence roaming the forests.
To find out more about What's On in Knysna, plus all the Activities in the area, as well as it's History and much more, check out our dedicated and comprehensive Knysna website. We have also put together a short slideshow of some of the attractions, events and views of Knysna.