Breakfast awaits and is served al fresco as often as
possible. An array of fruit, cereals, yoghurts and fresh juices is followed by
a cooked breakfast, prepared individually for our guests.
We also offer a simple picnic lunch for those setting out on
a walk or long-drive. This consists of a sandwich, muffin, piece of fruit and a
WHERE TO EAT IN THE AREA?
Fynboshoek Cheese Farm is a well-kept secret of the
Tsitsikamma, and if you have the time, don't miss out on this lunch option. The
setting is awesome - relax on a terrace overlooking a dam, the food sublime -
homemade cheeses (that have won international awards!), breads and home-grown
salad followed by something sweet and coffee. Limited wine list, but you are welcome
to take your own. By reservation only.
Finebush Farm - if you are looking for something fresh &
tasty, try one of Carla's informal lunches - cold meats, cheeses, open
sandwiches - all enjoyed on the farm. No reservations required. Indigenous nursery
and farm stall to peruse.
The Coffee Pot - situated just down the road, this simple
venue is a favourite of village locals looking for good value. They offer
home-made cakes, toasted sandwiches and "russians and chips". Annetjie's cheese
cake is legendary!
LUNCH & DINNER
De Oude Martha and Café Bacchus at the Protea Hotel
- open for tea, lunch and dinner. A la Carte. Easy walking distance from
At the Woods.
Tsitsikamma National Park Restaurant - a la Carte options
for tea, lunch or dinner at this restaurant, with one of the most beautiful
settings in the world.
Rafters Restaurant offers unpretentious South African
dishes. Open for lunches and dinner. Easy walking distance from At the Woods.
Tsitsikamma Lodge offers a five-course buffet of South
African dishes - to be enjoyed in their timber dining room with huge log fire.
Good selection of wines.
Open for dinner. By reservation only.
Steers Fast Foods at the PetroPort. Travel 4 km east on the
N2, and here you will find a 24 hour take-away outlet as well as a convenience