Rooms and Rates


Garden cottage

(1 room)

Room information


  x 1 (Queen)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Bath and Shower)


Description: A comfortable room looking onto the garden. There are tea and coffee facilities in the room. The room has a spacious en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower. There is a braai place nearby and an equipped kitchenette. Accommodation is self-catering.
Facilities:
  • Bar Fridge
  • Fan
  • Heater
  • No Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • View
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Towels
  • Microwave
  • Oven

Rondawel

(1 room)

Room information


  x 2 (main is Single)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Shower only)


Description: A rondawel with two single beds (additional mattresses can be arranged on request) and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Tea and coffee are available in the room. The accommodation is self-catering. Breakfast is available at an extra R40 per person.
Facilities:
  • Bar Fridge
  • Fan
  • No Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Towels
  • Microwave
  • Oven

Reviews of Stepping Stones

(See all 8 reviews)

"a very warm welcome and a lovely choclate on the bed."

Vic Laskey | 18 October 2017

",The area is very quiet away from any traffic and we had a good nights sleep.
A TV would be nice but we had our own radio"


"Overnight accommodatio"

Jill Salter | 12 October 2017

"Perfect for an overnight stay. Very friendly reception"

Facilities


Languages:
English Afrikaans
Environment:
Mountain Views
Dining:
Continental Breakfast served
Leisure facilities:
Bird Watching Braai / Barbecue Fishing Game Viewing Walking / Hiking
General:
Pets permitted by agreement Secure off-street parking No smoking
In all rooms:
Bar Fridge Fan No Smoking Tea and Coffee Bed Linen supplied Towels Microwave Oven
In some rooms:
  • Heater
  • View

Policies


Check-in:
14:00
Check-out:
10:00
Kids policy:
Children age 2 and over are charged as adults.
Pets:
Pets are allowed on prior arrangement

Contact Details


Contact Stepping Stones directly. Send them an email.


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// DH: I think this is used by KRPano?