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Stonehaven on Vaal
Stonehaven on Vaal has just been awarded one of the top three places in the 2010 Food and Beverage Category of the prestigious Sedibeng Tourism Awards. This award covers all venues in the greater Vaal area.

Stonehaven boasts the largest Garden Restaurant in South Africa with utterly charming gardens, over 1000 rosebushes, ponds, water features, herb gardens, over 200 old milk cans spread within the garden setting and delightful quotes of the day.

The Children's Play area is well situated within the Garden Restuarant. It is so designed that you can enjoy your meal in peace while happily watching your children thrive on all the Stonehaven kiddies activities like the Large Gladiator Jumping Castle, Trampoline, The Big Water Slip Slide, Swimming Pool, Tree House, Jungle Gym and Sand Pit. There's a Kiddies Animal Farm. There's a Kiddies a la carte meal Mondays to Saturdays and on Sundays there is a specially designed Children's Buffet.

Events



Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 04 May 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 01 June 14

2014 Boxer Championships
Sun 08 June 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 06 July 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 03 August 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 07 September 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 05 October 14

Rotary Collectables, Farmers Market & Boot Sale
Sun 02 November 14

Stonehaven on Vaal

p: 016 982 2951
e: info@stonehaven.co.za
w: www.stonehaven.co.za


Address
Sylviavale Ah
Vaal River
Vanderbijlpark


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