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We stayed in a oceanette (honeymoon cottage) with huge floor to ceiling windows overlooking the rocks and ocean. The views, and sound of the waves, were spectacular. The cottage was large, warm and comfortable with great outdoor seating space and a sheltered braii. We didn't...More
The restcamp is part of the national park oprganization. So no masses of small pillows and blankets on the couch or knitted decoration. We stayed in one of the wooden houses at the rocks. The view is overwhelming and continuously changing. The environment is rough,...More
A must watch place for sea lovers, A small waterfall, hanging bridge,Storms river mouth are added attractions, We have visited during aug2015, We all enjoyed this place. Walking trial was awesome. I really recommend this place....
This park is typical SAN-Parks setup. We had a house at the far end of the park near the Restaurant. Beautiful view from our bedroom and living room. The house was cleaned every day, they even cleaned our dishes. Clean towels every day. The house...More
We were recommended Storms River Restcamp by a Cape Town local who'd been there, and it was one of the highlights of our entire SA trip. We found Tripadvisor wasn't super helpful for this though. So I will try to write a helpful review to...More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left... More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left it.