Tsala Treetops Guest Lodge
Set amidst the treetops of an age-old indigenous forest, Tsala Treetops luxury guest lodge hotel is located near Plettenberg Bay in the Garden Route of South Africa. Emulating the monumental ruins of an ancient central African civilisation, the impressive stone-masonry entrance flanked by water features.
Design Holidays are proud to recommend our clients to stay at one of the Garden Route’s finest guest lodge hotels – Tsala Treetops ! Best nightly rates guaranteed to all of our clients.
Tsala Treetops Facilities
Tsala Treetops guest lodge achieves the perfect balance between nature and voluptuous luxury. Elevated wooden walkways meander through the trees providing easy access between the main lodge and guest suites.
Experience the restful tranquility of the forest while our discreet staff provides impeccable, personalised service. Highly acclaimed, Tsala’s restaurant serves delicately prepared and exquisitely presented dishes of both local and faraway flavour, accompanied by a wide selection of the best South African Estate and Auction wines from the private cellar. Fax, internet and e-mail facilities are available to guests and within the main lodge is a small library brimming with books on the surrounding area.
Tsala Treetops Accommodation
Tucked into the forest canopy, 10 luxury hide-away suites are the epitome of opulent indulgence and romanticism. Constructed of stone, wood and glass these ultimate of abodes comprise a sumptuous bedroom, an elegant sitting room with fireplace, and a spacious bathroom fit for royalty. Extending into the forest is a private deck for dining al fresco, and as if in emphasis of your privacy and seclusion each suite has its own infinity pool, seemingly suspended by the very air itself.
The magical allure of Tsala Treetops guest lodge is irresistible to those appreciative of exclusivity and fine fare, and desiring romance and adventure. Plettenberg Bay, one of South Africa’s premier seaside destinations with its glorious golden beaches, lies a mere 10km east of Tsala, while the vibrant town of Knysna, nestled up against the Knysna lagoon, a mere 20km toward the west.