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If you’re looking for the ideal family escape in a naturally beautiful environment but with all the mod cons, head up the Garden Route to The Villa at Hog Hollow Country Lodge. The villa is set in a private nature reserve with breathtaking views over the indigenous Tsitsikamma Forest and Mountains and is just 400m meters from the main lodge Hog Hollow.
Suitable for a family of up to 6, or for 2 couples sharing, The Villa is perfect for a relaxed getaway, boasting a games room (DSTV, table tennis and pool table), rim flow pool, barbeque facilities and a central eating area.
Accommodation at the Villa comprises a main bedroom en-suite downstairs, and 2 bedrooms en-suite upstairs.
Chill out in the spacious, sunny downstairs lounge with its comfortable leather furniture, drinks cabinet, music system, DSTV and DVD player and fireplace, opening out to the wooden deck area with magnificent views over the valley, forest and mountains.
Please note: Rates are a guide and subject to change. Please re-confirm rates when booking or enquiring.
From Cape Town
Take the N2 towards Port Elizabeth.You will pass (among others) the towns of Swellendam, Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. About 18km after Plettenberg Bay, you will see a brown Road's Department information sign saying Hog Hollow / Antlers/ Barnyard. Take the turn-off on your right at the sign. It is a tarred road called Askop Road. We are 1.3km further along this road on the left.
From Port Elizabeth
Take the N2 towards Cape Town. You will pass (among others) the towns of Jeffrey's Bay, Humansdorp & St Francis' Bay and the Storms River Bridge Petroport. Once past the Tsitsikamma Toll Road, you are approximately 17km from Hog Hollow Country Lodge. You will then see a brown Road's Department information sign saying Hog Hollow / Antlers/ Barnyard. Take the turn-off on your left at the sign. It is a tarred road called Askop Road. We are 1.3km further along this road on the left.