Eveleen invites you to The Buttercup Beach Front Guest House in Stilbaai, a charming seaside village, just off the N2 between Riversdale and Albertinia in the Western Cape of South Africa.
The Buttercup Beach Front Guest House is on the Beach front where the Goukou River meets the sea. Upstairs, two luxurious en-suite bedrooms share a lounge with cozy fireplace and balcony. Downstairs are another 2 en-suite bedrooms with kitchenette, lounge and patio. Breakfast is a treat, with picnic baskets on request. GOLF, bowls, tennis, Fishing, walking trails, bird watching, scuba Diving and ancient fish traps. Great Whale Watching spot. No credit cards and no smoking.
All rooms have breath-taking views over the river and sea. All bedrooms contain a Beach Basket with towels, own umbrella and Beach chairs. First Aids Kits. Picnic Baskets are available on request.
"THE BLUE ROOM" Upstairs room with double bed, shower and own entrance onto balcony with views over the river and sea. Shared lounge with fireplace, small library, DSTV and bar fridge.
"THE GREEN ROOM" Upstairs room with twin or king size beds and full en-suite bathroom, own entrance onto balcony with views over river mouth and sea. Shared lounge with fireplace, small library, DSTV and bar fridge.
THE BEIGE ROOM" Downstairs room with double bed, full bathroom and a seperate toilet. Room has own entrance leading out onto outside patio. Room also has a TV and bar fridge.
THE DELUXE ROOM" Downstairs bedroom with twin or king size beds, full en-suite bathroom, own entrance leading onto patio. Lounge, kitchenette and safe.
Situated on the coast of the Western Cape, Stilbaai is a beautiful seaside resort known for its scenic beauty and peaceful atmosphere. Together with nearby Jongensfontein and Melkhoutfontein, the area attracts people from all over the country, especially during the warm dry summer months. Visitors are offered wide open spaces, a tranquil river, white sandy Beaches and the weather in which to enjoy it all ? moderate days and still, languid evenings.There are numerous restaurants, coffee shops and take-away outlets.
The Stilbaai community are also benefited by churches, schools, old age homes, libraries, and a tourism bureaux.
An abundance of fauna and flora, especially the selection of fynbos, and a large variety of wild, marine and bird life have always been a source of enjoyment. The unique harbour culture, that was the basis of the original economy, is of special interest to those who visit. Suitable whale-watching sites are situated, amongst others, above the Stilbaai harbour.
Whale Watching (mid June to October).
Historical and architectural heritage, such as the two National monuments: the Palinggat and Jagersbosch homesteads.
Botanical gardens in Palingkloof and at Melkhoutfontein.
Nature Reserves: Pauline Bohnen, Geelkrans and private reserves.
Tame hand-fed eels viewed at the tourism Bureau at 11h00 daily, except Sundays.
Fish traps constructed by Strandlopers and visible at low tide.
Various sporting amenities: GOLF, bowls, squash, tennis, bisley, Horse riding (in season), water sports, Fishing, Angling and scuba Diving.
Hiking routes and leisure Walks.
Local art route.
Soete Arbeid, the tourist craft workshop at Melkhoutfontein.
Jongensfontein - Situated about 12km west of Stilbaai, this fast growing seaside resort offers breathtaking scenery and a rocky coastline ideal for Angling and water sports.
Melkhoutfontein -Services of interest include: Soete Arbeid, the tourism production centre; the Soete Inval Botanical Garden; the Soeterus Care Centre and Nuut Begin, the shelter for the homeless.
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