Starfish Lodge | Plettenberg Bay Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
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Overlooking a landscaped indigenous garden with Salt Water Pool, Starfish Lodge is a two minute walk from the swimming beach of Robberg.
The lodge offers 6 comfortable rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom and balcony overlooking the garden and pool area. Only the finest linen and bedding has been provided. Each of the 6 rooms has beach towels, beach chairs and sun umbrellas, that can be taken to the beach.
The lodge has a dining room with a gas braai, kitchen and lounge area. The dining room comfortably seats 12 guests and the kitchen is equipped with a stove, a fridge and freezer, a microwave, a washing machine, a tumble dryer, crockery and cutlery. Set in an indigenous garden with a swimming pool, guests can be sure to enjoy a relaxing atmosphere.
For golfing enthusiasts, Plettenberg Bay offers 2 superb courses and we are in close proximity to Knysna and George – both towns offering world-class courses. Whale- and dolphin discovery cruises are a highlight or you can watch from your balcony or over breakfast. Go for a 2 or 4-hour walk on the Robberg Peninsula for an unforgettable experience. Kranshoek, Nature’s Valley and Tsitsikamma National Park are all in close proximity for keen hikers.
Standard Garden Facing Room with an en suite bathroom.
Local area description
Star Fish Lodge is situated in Cordovan Crescent, just off Beachyhead Drive. We are a 2 minute walk to Robberg Beach and perfectly situated for leisurely walks or lazy days spent at the pool or on the beach.
Oyster tasting, elephant viewing, cruises to the Heads and Featherbed Nature Reserve as well as a journey on the Steam Train all make for interesting day trips. The unique and most exciting feature of this area is the abundance in marine mammals in the bay which is flanked by two marine nature reserves and therefore rich in food for the resident whales and dolphins.
During July to September every year, Southern Right whales migrate to this part of the Indian Ocean to calve. There are organised boat trips all year round to see Brydes whales and dolphins. Huge schools of dolphin surfing the breakers or leaping clear of the blue sea, are a regular sight throughout the year.