Stofbergsfontein and its better-known sister village of Churchhaven were developed during the 1800s as small villages along the western side of the Langebaan lagoon. The community developed a modest way of living that was self-reliant and sustainable. Stofbergsfontein is a rare surviving historic fishing settlement that has authentic period buildings.
Overlooking the aquamarine waters of the Langebaan lagoon, situated inside the West Coast National Park and just outside Kraalbaai, you will find this wonderful character-filled 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom en-suite cottage. Fitted with Iroka Zambian teak throughout the house and a fireplace in the lounge and the main bedroom, the home has a warmth and a calm that oozes charm. This is blissful off-the-grid living with a 5kw inverter and a 10kw battery, solar power and rain water collection. Open your doors to the beach and stroll down for a swim in the warm azure waters of the greater Langebaan lagoon. You have all this beauty of kayaking, fishing and enjoying the water on your doorstep, and then returning to your private verandah from where you can see only the water - not another house in sight. The perfect sun-filled spot to escape the hectic schedules of everyday life - this is a place to build memories. One of the most beautiful locations you can find. It is full of character - picturesque in natural simplicity and the idyllic place to cool down and unwind and let the magic amaze you.
The area is abundant with wildlife and fynbos, with the most spectacular flower season. Situated right next to Churchhaven, Stofbergsfontein was originally a fisherman's village and the houses still adhere to this building style.
Churchhaven is situated in the West Coast National Park, right outside the Postberg Flower Reserve. This lovely little fishing village is known for its characteristic whitewashed fisherman's houses and its pristine beaches. It is the perfect place for you to relax completely and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Only an hour's drive from Cape Town.