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At Cornerway House, we're fond of company and look forward to welcoming guests to our bed and breakfast in Plettenberg Bay. Fortunately, we can say the same for Jack & ZeeZee, our resident canine meeters-and-greeters, who are always welcoming to your fur-kids as long as the proper canine etiquette is ... Read More
July 24, 2019Cornerway House


Plettenberg Bay conjures up images of sun-drenched beaches and calm, balmy evenings watching the sunset. However, even our beautiful bay is known to have a spot of bad weather from time to time. When you have travelled from afar to enjoy a seaside holiday, a couple of days of wind ... Read More
May 23, 2019Cornerway House
April – the best coffee in plett


As we say a sweet farewell to summer in Plettenberg Bay and start the slow move towards our mild winters (with their chilly mornings), the idea of sitting in a sun-dappled courtyard sipping a good coffee starts to look more and more appealing. Coffee culture in South Africa, and Plettenberg ... Read More
April 2, 2019Cornerway House
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If you go down to the Crags (on the outskirts of Plettenberg Bay) today, you're in for a big surprise! Four wine estates - all laid out along one meandering stretch of dirt road: Redford Road, Plettenberg Bay. Set against the backdrop of the Tsitsikamma Mountains, amongst plantations, farmland and indigenous forest, ... Read More
February 24, 2019Cornerway House


Plettenberg Bay is best known for gorgeous beaches, watersports and the lovely Robberg Peninsula. Visitors rack up Bucket List items by bungy jumping, scuba diving and ziplining, and we love to recommend these activities and experiences for our guests to enjoy. However, if you have visited Plett on more than one ... Read More
January 17, 2019Cornerway House


 Plett Summer has arrived and with it carloads and planeloads full of holiday-makers! Plettenberg Bay is one of South Africa's hottest summer destinations (although, there's a good argument to be made for the quieter spring, winter and autumn seasons) and the town hums with activity for the months of December ... Read More
November 30, 2018Cornerway House


What is heritage? And why do we celebrate Heritage Day?  Heritage Day is a South African holiday, celebrated on 24th September, encouraging all South Africans to celebrate our culture and heritage. While our cultures, beliefs and backgrounds differ from person to person, we're all united in our love for this beautiful ... Read More
September 19, 2018Cornerway House


There is something very special about walking through the Garden Route's Fynbos and knowing that there is no other place like it in the world. The Garden Route (or more specifically, the coastal belt from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth) is the only place in the world where the plants ... Read More
July 22, 2018Cornerway House
Antonio Da Silva-Swart


Every year, 8 million tons of plastic are dumped into our oceans. There is a vast swathe of debris, known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, scattered across the ocean in an area roughly the size of Texas – a fatal trap for any marine life unfortunate enough to stray ... Read More
May 3, 2018Cornerway House


As Robert Frost says in "The Road Not Taken: "...Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. On a recent hike in Forest Hall, Plettenberg Bay, we recently had to make that very decision and, as you'll ... Read More
March 9, 2018Cornerway House