At first glance of Knockout View, Clarens accommodation self-catering you wouldn’t be blamed for thinking you stepped out on a dock where there are sail boats, due to the colour schemes of the property white and aqua. As well as the look of this Clarens accommodation self-catering, which from the outside resembles that of a sailor’s boat, reminiscent of being near the water, and we all know the calming effect that water can have, which all provides for a more relaxing feel of Knock out View.
The décor inside still also gives the relaxing impression of being near water with the see through basin and mosaic designed mirror in the bathroom and a touch of blue on some of the pillows in the bedroom and cushions on the sofa and the towels in one of the bathrooms.
And since the scenery in Clarens is a well-known attraction the name of the guesthouse, Knock out View is appropriate as you’ll see stunning views from the deck and bedrooms of Peace and Joy, the Clarens accommodation self-catering units that are fully equipped.
Also in each unit there’s a fireplace and braai facilities. While the three bachelors’ rooms Hope, Love and Faith have an outside deck overlooking the mountains. These are ideal for a couple or a single person wanting an overnight or for a few days stay. And these units also have the basic kitchen utensils, microwave, fridge, kettle and a weber outside on the deck.
Knock out View is a modern accommodation that offers peace convenience as the guest house is a short walking distance from the art galleries, restaurants and shops. While nearby places to eat out include light meals at The Highlander and pastas at Vito’s Ristorante both eateries sell pizza, breakfast, grill and Adamo restaurant, which is more traditional.