Bugler's Cottage

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Bugler’s cottage is one of the original labourer’s cottages on Sir Robert’s Stanford’s farm, and dates back to the early 1860s.  It is the only cottage in Stanford that is still true to its original form, except for internal changes and the addition of a bathroom at the back.

It was lovingly restored in 2012 and made structurally sound after internal support structures were removed as people grew taller over the years and would bump their heads against the low beams!  Some of the “boer-maak-‘n-plan” methods have been retained for posterity, such as the barbed wire and “hanebalke” to try and keep the roof together.

This one-bedroom cottage oozes charm whilst taking you back in history.  It can accommodate a family of 3 three as there is a daybed (and a Queen Anne stove!) in the lounge area.  The bathroom consists of a shower and bath.  There is a large patio/ braai area and a still to be fixed jacuzzi in the garden.  The property is enclosed with secured off-street parking and is pet-friendly.

RATES:

Sharing: R400pp/ night/ for 2 ppl
3rd person R150 pn
Single: R600/ night
R100 surcharge for midweek single night stay
Mid-week special rates apply.
ONLY 2-day bookings over weekends, and 3-day bookings over long weekends.
Min 5 night stay from 20 December – 3 January

 


Our address

Address:
Morton Street Stanford Overberg Western Cape
GPS:
-34.441748558172414, 19.45516137301638
Telephone:
083 293 5512
milkwood@hermanus.co.za
Web:
http://www.stanford-accommodation.co.za

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Wilna
2018-02-13 11:40:20
Buglers Cottage is my favorite Stanford cottage. The cottage is clean and well equipped with everything you need. The bathroom has a bath and shower which is a huge plus in my books. The cottage is nice & cool even on the hottest summer days. It's pet friendly so you can bring the furkids too. Thanks to super friendly hosts Basil & Bea this is my home away from home.

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