Stone Cottage's Leonard Suite is furnished with original old doors, antique family furniture, old photographs and a few new pieces, to create a simple yet clean rustic atmosphere.
Two three-quarter beds with en-suite shower & WC. Mini kitchenette (fridge, kettle, toaster, electric frying pan and microwave). Walks out on to communal wooden deck overlooking the bay.
We cater for the creative in spirit and offer simple bare-foot luxury in the heart of the Garden Route.
Stone Cottage was built in 1910 by the Stone and le Roux families and was one of the first holiday homes in Plettenberg Bay. They built it for the magical Plett Summer months, when they trekked with their ox wagons, bringing turkeys, fruit, vegetables and ostrich eggs from their farm in Uniondale. Passionately restored, this historic guest house still remains in the family today.
Steeped in history, resting on a hill overlooking Plettenberg Bay’s beautiful beaches, from the Outeniqua mountains to the Robberg peninsula, Stone Cottage has stood watching over time and tide for over a century.
Our cosy and comfortable Leonard is one of four unique suites at Stone Cottage.
Stone Cottage is a warm and welcoming home on the road for many guests who enjoy its relaxed atmosphere, eclectic elegance and authenticity.
Enjoy the sweeping sea view from our Indigenous garden with sun deck.
Whilst Stone Cottage is a special property; it does come with some caveats:
The only flipside to this sanctuary is the sound of traffic whizzing past just below the apartments.
We have steps to access the property and rooms.
Street parking is available.
Right of Admission reserved. If guests are not behaving sympathetic to other guests, contravening general house rules, displaying unruly behaviour, drunkenness, or if they are impolite, disrespectful to our Staff, they may be asked to leave at any time and will lose both the deposit as well as full accommodation costs.
No music. Quiet time after 10pm.