SAT CHIT ANAND has 3 fully-equipped, self-catering,
luxury cottages with beautiful park-like garden setting and peaceful
surroundings, minutes from the beach. All cottages have their own entrance, safe parking and
private gardens. The cottages may be booked for holiday rentals
and private retreats. Reservations are
necessary, and a non-refundable deposit equal to 50% of the total is
payable upon booking, the balance is payable on arrival. We regret that
our facility is not suitable for children.
The cottages are strictly non-smoking. Right of admission
reserved. For enquiries and bookings, phone
(044) 533-0453 or email
There are 3
entrances to Plett: Coming from Cape Town side, take first entrance into
Piesang Valley. Coming from Port Elizabeth side, take third entrance into
Piesang Valley. Drive down the valley, till end of the road. There is a
traffic circle, garage and some shops. Turn right towards the BI Hotel
(left goes up the hill into town). Pass 1st right being Longships Road.
Take 2nd right into Longstone Road. There will be a small park on your
left hand side, and we are in the road that runs behind this park: no 16
Great Basses Road.
PLETTENBERG BAY: JEWEL OF GARDEN
originally christened Bahia Formosa (beautiful bay),
is known as the jewel of the
Garden Route. It is tranquil and charming, hospitable and special. It
embraces one of the most glorious sweeps of coastal scenery in South
Africa. Backdropped by the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountain ranges and
protected on one side by Robbery nature reserve, the area is
characterised by sweeping, unspoilt sandy beaches, unpolluted rivers and
sea, a dramatic rocky peninsula, intriguing lagoons and estuaries, and lush indigenous
forests. It has an exceptional climate,
and is the perfect destination for
tourists and holiday makers. With such an
abundance of nature on our doorstep, there is a host of outdoor
activities to enjoy.
Sometimes you can see
it, you can feel it ~ out of nowhere it will hit you,
like a sudden moment
of magic ~ and you get a glimpse
of how deeply life is
in love with itself.