Leopardstone Hill is a unique one-acre indigenous paradise gazing over the green Noordhoek Valley, with breathtaking sea and mountain views. On a clear day you truly can see forever. Your hosts, Alison and Richard Faraday, welcome you to their fynbos eco-system which provides a home for the endangered Western leopard toad and other endemic species. Leopardstone Hill is surrounded by national park and is close to Cape peninsula holiday attractions as well as fine restaurants.
Accommodation is provided on a self-catered basis in Stone Mountain Cottage and Pebble Beach Cottage, privately situated on the property with the most spectacular of views. They each have their own entrances and secure parking for two cars.
The luxurious Stone Cottage sleeps six persons in three bedrooms, two with two single beds in each, and in the main loft-style bedroom in a queen-size bed. The romantic loft includes its own private lounge area.
The open-plan, fully equipped kitchen, dining room and lounge are furnished to the highest standards, ensuring an indulgent holiday atmosphere. The cottage has 2 bathrooms and an outdoor hot-water shower with sea views.
Pebble Beach Cottage sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms and has a large deck with exceptional sea views.
After a day spent exploring the pristine white beaches or hiking in the surrounding Noordhoek mountains, the crystal clear water of the plunge pool set in natural rocks and sheltered from sea breezes, is a welcome relief. The natural wetland pool offers a wonderful swimming experience as well. In winter, guests are provided with wood for the cosy Jetmaster fire.
The kids can explore our wild garden and play chess on the giant chess-set.