Stocklands Farm is an early settler home (both Voortrekker and English) set on 10 acres of gardens and pastures. The oldest part of the house dates from 1839 and the owners are currently researching the history of the house and its previous occupants.
Accommodation is in either luxurious en-suite rooms or cottages each individually furnished. All rooms have private entrances and access to the garden and swimming pool.
All rooms have heaters, fans, electric blankets, fresh fruit and flowers, sherry and snacks and hospitality trays with assorted teas and fresh coffee.
Stocklands is one of the oldest houses in the district with a fascinating history, which the owners are determined to preserve. The original Voortrekker cottage has been identified as such by Brian Kearney. Its links to the Reverend Archbell who provided the land on which Howick now stands make it unique in the district.