About Paradise Found
Paradise Found offers comfortable B&B or self catering accommodation with a heavenly view of the Knysna Lagoon and the Heads. Situated 2 km from the centre of Knysna at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. All units have their own private entrances and off street parking. Perfect for honeymooners. Photographers paradise.
Paradise Found is the home of Chris and Jenny Daly in the aptly named suburb of Paradise, which overlooks the beautiful Knysna Lagoon. All rooms have a truly magnificent view of Knysna, the lagoon and the famous Knysna Heads.
ACCOMMODATION - SELF-CATERING OR B&B
1. Self Catering Apartment (B&B on request)
A private two roomed self-catering apartment with accommodation for up to three people, suitable for families. The apartment consists of a bedroom with en-suite shower, etc, a large living room with fully equipped kitchenette opening onto a private patio with "braai" facility. B&B is also offered as an option for those who want to be spoilt.
2. Self Catering Suite (B&B on request)
A private self-catering suite exclusively for two people. Ideal for honeymooners. This is a cosy bed-sitter with fully equipped kitchenette and en-suite shower, toilet, etc. It has its own separate entrance. This unit is situated at ground level with its own patio and "braai" area. We also provide a continental / health breakfast if required.
3. Bed & Breakfast Suite
A separate, private B&B suite for two people. Ideal for honeymooners. The suite has a double bed, an en-suite shower and toilet, tea and coffee making facilities and its own private entrance. A balcony with sliding doors into the suite, captures what must be one of the best views of Knysna Lagoon. We serve a continental / health breakfast in the privacy of your suite and at the hour of your choice.
The picturesque town of Knysna nestles on the shores of the Knysna Lagoon. The lagoon (its really an estuary) is a favourite for fishermen and water sport enthusiasts, with boating, sailing, water skiing and scuba diving near the Heads, the majestic sentinels that guard the entrance to the lagoon. The town of Knysna is well known for the variety of eating establishments and shops specializing in wooden furniture and ornaments made from the indigenous timbers found in the forests nearby.
Knysna is only five hours drive from Cape Town and two and a half hours from Port Elizabeth. It is ideally situated to enable visitors to explore the other wonders of the Garden Route.