Knot 4 Sail is a charming 4-bedroomed self catering home in Buffels Bay, with uninterupted views of the Indian Ocean from the wooden deck, making it the perfect spot to watch the sun retreat at the end of the day.
Buffels Bay or often referred to as Buffelbaai is set along the Garden Route between the Gaukamma Nature Reserve and the Indian Ocean, less than 20 minutes from Knysna.
Buffels Bay is a small village of 199 houses right on the peninsula, situated midway between Sedgefield and Knysna. With fine, sandy beaches stretching all the way to Brenton-on-Sea, it offers beautiful views and breathtaking sunsets. Buffels Bay is a family beach with safe swimming and excellent surfing conditions which includes a "wild side". Perfect for long walks, beach fishing and whale & dolphin spotting. For the more adventurous, saddle up for an exhilarating horse ride through the surf.
The Cottage -Knot 4 Sail:
Comfortably furnished beach cottage ideally positioned to enjoy the waves crashing on the rocks while heavenly sunsets are enjoyed from the deck. Described as heaven on earth by many of our regular visitors. Beach and bush walks, fishing, swimming, surfing, snorkelling and whale-watching from the deck.
Kitchen with 2 fridges and deep freezers and dishwasher. Lounge with TV, full DSTV and DVD Player. Main bedroom with spectacular sea view. 2nd Bedroom with 2 single beds. 3rd Bedroom with family room with double bed and adjoining kiddies niche with bunk bed. 4th Bedroom with 1 bunk bed. 1st Bathroom with shower and bath. 2nd Bathroom with shower, washing machine and tumble drier. Outside shower with hot water. Deck with spectacular sea views. Linen included but bring own towels. Sleeps 6 adults and 4 children
Plettenberg Bay's beach, polo and party-going pleasures. The area is an adventure-seeker's paradise, from seasoned adrenaline junkie to gentle nature-lover, there is something for everyone. One can swing through the trees of the Tsitikama Forest, abseil down the cliffs of The Heads, scuba-dive the wreck of the Paquita or spot the mysterious seahorse, canoe up the Knysna river, sail a catamaran across the Lagoon and through The Heads to watch Whales and Dolphins, horse-ride around nearby lakes and beaches, visit the Garden Route Game Reserve for a safari or play a round or two of golf at a choice of nearby world-class golf courses.
"Beauty and mystery" is what comes to mind when describing Knysna. The town nestles between the impressive Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean, with the world-renowned forests encircling it like a protective mantle. The oyster-rich estuary is protected from the sea by the sandstone sentinels know as "The Heads". The town is also famous for its oysters - the festival in July is well worth a visit.
The climate is moderate with summer daytime temperatures averaging 26 degrees and 20 degrees in winter. The area has a reputation for having "four seasons in one day".