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We enjoyed our one night stay at 'At The Woods' very friendly welcome, comfortable room with really nice touches ie fridge in your room with fresh milk for your tea & coffee so much nicer than little plastic long life capsules. Honesty bar with good...More
Our second stay at this property and we enjoyed it very much. Friendly staff and a comfortable room makes this a great place to base up for visiting the area. There is a café style restaurant on site and although this has a limited menu...More
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This is different from the other types of guest houses on the Garden Route in that it is rustic and more basic, however in keeping with what you may expect in the "outback" of Stormsriver. The bathroom was like a converted cows milking stable, the...More
At the Woods Guest House is one of my favourites. The rooms are large, airy and clean. The location is next to the 'main' road in Storms River, but it is very very quiet. The breakfasts were beautifully presented with great food. Our host was...More
Nice place, good location. Clean rooms.
Breakfast only served 8 to 9, but very slow service. This makes one hour not enough for 20 guests.
Service at breakfast is unbearably slow. 15 minutes to coffee, 20 minutes to bread, 30 minutes to warm breakfast.
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There is not a safari accommodation right at the Storms River mouth, but there is Canopy Tours, and Segway riding, which is really worth doing, have a look at the web sites I cannot give them to you apparently. You would... More
There is not a safari accommodation right at the Storms River mouth, but there is Canopy Tours, and Segway riding, which is really worth doing, have a look at the web sites I cannot give them to you apparently. You would look on the web for Canopy Tours Titsikarma, Segway also Titsikarma, and Addo National Park. Hope this helps
If you want to go on Safari, then I really recommend Shamwari Game Reserve, it is about 2 hours from the above address. The animal sightings are really the best you will see.