The History of Stone Cottage
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. Passionately restored, this historic guesthouse offers comfortable suites and boutique backpackers for discerning travellers who welcome a unique and authentic experience. Stone Cottage has been a warm & welcoming home on the road for guests, enjoying the relaxed, eclectic elegance of this iconic home. Filled with reclaimed treasures, art, memorabilia & a sense of humour, this venue has been a retreat for many who have found solace in Stone Cottage’s quietly quirky & creative atmosphere.”
Annie le Roux - Owner
“In a corner of the world overtaken by modernity, Stone Cottage is as authentic as they come! What we have here is an exhilarating blast from the past, in the form of one of Plett’s oldest (if not the oldest) holiday homes.
Built by the Le Roux family nearly a century ago and still in the same family today, Stone Cottage is a museum of nostalgia and rich artefact. It started with the Le Roux clan from Uniondale loading the ox-wagon with ostrich eggs, fruit, veggies and a turkey or two, and rock-’n-rolling their way to Plett for the annual summer hols."
Budget Getaways Magazine
“There are few things more relaxing than falling asleep to the sounds of waves crashing, with a scented sea breeze and the feeling of a crisp sheets enveloping you. There are few things more inspiring than waking to the sound of sea gulls and the early morning sunrise over the ocean.
Plettenberg Bay has some of the best views in the country and, for those fortunate enough to fall asleep and wake up with these views – life is truely good!
The wonderful news is that this memorable experience is possible for anyone!If your idea of a dream holiday is to wake up with the ocean at your doorstep – read on. Plett has the best rooms with a view that you could ever imagine, and all to suit your budget!"