About Agnar Cottage
Agnar Cottage is situated in a picturesque street, nestled amongst the indigenous Milkwood trees covering the road to give you a special welcome. The area boast exquisite sunsets, which are best seen from one of the many long sandy beaches around the area, or on a river cruise?
Self Catering Accommodation
Unit 1 (sleeps 4)
Spacious, has two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a queen size bed with ample cupboard space. The second bedroom has twin beds, build in cupboards, with a beautiful garden view. The toilet is separate and there is a comfortable walk in shower.
The kitchen / dining room is fully equipped. DVD and DStv are partially available but can be changed to full on request. There is a beautiful view overlooking the Knysna Lagoon from the main bedroom and lounge.
Unit 2 (sleeps 4)
Is a duplex unit with two bedrooms and a bathroom at the top floor. The main bedroom has a queen size bed with ample cupboard space and has a magnificent view over the Knysna Lagoon. The second bedroom has twin beds with build in cupboards; the view is focused to the western side of the Knysna Lagoon.
The bathroom is separate with a shower and toilet. Downstairs is a spacious lounge with partially DStv and DVD, the kitchen has a fridge, stove, microwave, also fully equipped. The dining room or breakfast nook is facing the kitchen, it has a big window where you can sit and enjoy the sun.
Unit 3 (sleeps 2)
This is a double room and sleeps two people. It has a semi view over the Knysna Lagoon. It has a double bed, shower, toilet, open plan kitchen / lounge, TV, fridge microwave and gas stove. Tea / coffee and sugar are available in all the units.
Knysna has many tantalising restaurants and the local cuisine, including the famous Knysna Oyster – a guarantee of good money. Extensive surrounding indigenous forest with easy access to walking and cycling trails where a great variety of nature can be observe. The Knysna Loerie bird is something to look out for.
Explore the outdoor activities – golf, deep sea fishing, hiking, yachting and canoeing or maybe a little more extreme – bungy jumping, abseiling, quad biking and scuba diving.
The town proudly presents the Oyster Festival every year since 1983, including the Pick ‘n Pay Rotary Cycle Tour, mountain bike races through the forest the oyster eating completion and many more.