The Stable Cottages
Addo Elephant National Park
Set in 4 hectares of expansive lawns, the Stable Cottages are only 8 km from the entrance to the Addo Elephant National Park.
The Addo Elephant National Park is one of the world's great conservation success stories and embraces one of the highest concentrations of big game in Africa and thus offers some wonderful game viewing opportunities.
In addition to the famous elephants of Addo there are also lion, buffalo, black rhino, hyena, jackal and a variety of antelope species. Of the smaller animals the surricates and the flightless dung beetle are of great interest. Over 150 species of birds have been recorded in the area.
Morning and afternoon guided game drives into Addo can be arranged (at an extra cost), otherwise guests staying here can easily drive themselves into the Park.
When not exploring Addo, in front of the cottages is a large swimming pool, as well as the trendy Wine Bar and Farm Cafe where guests have their meals. The Wine Bar and Farm Cafe has (as the name implies) a fabulous wine selection - the menu is a la carte, serving great contemporary country cuisine for lunch and dinner.
The very spacious Cape Country style cottages all have reeded ceilings and private verandah. Two of them are family suites with a separate interleading bedroom for the children.
All the cottages are fully air-conditioned and heated and have stocked mini bars and tea/coffee making facilities.
The Cottages really are great value for money, offering comfort, style and plenty of space.
|Our standard rates for a Stable Cottage|
|1 October 2014 to 30 April 2015||GBP £ 44 US$ 70 ZAR 765 EUR 55||pps||Standard Rate||1+ nights|
|1 May 2015 to 30 September 2015||GBP £ 34 US$ 54 ZAR 595 EUR 43||pps||Standard Rate||1+ nights|
|1 October 2015 to 31 December 2015||GBP £ 49 US$ 77 ZAR 840 EUR 61||pps||Standard Rate||1+ nights|
|1 October 2015 to 30 April 2016||GBP £ 49 US$ 77 ZAR 840 EUR 61||pps||Standard Rate||1+ nights|
|1 May 2016 to 30 September 2016||GBP £ 37 US$ 59 ZAR 645 EUR 47||pps||Standard Rate||1+ nights|
Prices are on a per person sharing basis (pps).Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply - details on request.
Breakfast is included.
Children of any age are welcome. Rates available on request.
All of the holidays we prepare are tailor-made, but this might give you an idea of how The Stable Cottages can be included in you own dream holiday.
This two week itinerary for travel over the Christmas period shows that it is possible to have a good var
14 day itinerary.
Guide price valid for travel in December 2014
*Prices are per person and are based on today's exchange rates. Exchange rates are subject to change and are updated daily.
Prices exclude international flights - ask us if you would like to include these.
From The Garden Route/Port Elizabeth: Take the N2 from direction Cape Town/Plett/Knysna towards PE/Grahamstow n . Turn off the N2 onto the R335 (signposted Motherwell/Markman and there is also a sign right after this sign for the Addo Elephant Park). Travel approximately 50 km to Addo village. Continue through the village on the R335 in direction of Park and cross the railway line, once railway line crossed travel for a further 4 km (you will pass a crocodile ranch on the left-hand side). You will see a sign for The Elephant House on your left-hand side right after this and clearly signposted - turn in here and you will see The Stable Cottages.
From Grahamstown: Take the N2 towards Port Elizabeth/Plett/Knysna/Cape Town. Turn right onto a dirt road towards the Shamwari Game Reserve. You will see the Shamwari boards on the N2. Go past Shamwari (entrance on your right) and continue along the gravel road until Paterson. Take the R342 towards Addo, and approximately 25 km along the road you will see the Addo Elephant Park turn-off on your left. Continue past Addo park and you will see a sign for The Elephant House on your right-hand side clearly signposted - turn in here and you will see The Stable Cottages. Note that the R342 eventually changes into the R335 if you carry on straight with this road.
The Stable Cottages Map
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All of the 24 en-suite and air-conditioned private chalets are beautifully furnished and fully equipped to ensure your absolute comfort. Relax on your own private patio, star gazing and listening to the sound of the bush settling for the night.
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