Before you read on, please note that this review is about their camping accommodation ONLY and NOT about their A-frame chalets or restaurant, we are unable to comment on these as we only saw them from the outside.
As far as camping goes, the owners have cleared a field between a short landing strip and a small stream. They have erected some stone braai areas out in the open and that is really where it begins and ends.We were placed near a somewhat dodgy timber-tent chalet in order to use a power point. We were lucky as the other 'sites' have no power; little (if any) tree cover and are quite far from a somewhat 'rustic' ablution.
Camping has changed guys - power-points are the norm. A tap, clean and modern ablutions (sometimes even private ablutions), use of a kitchen and scullery area are now on offer at most reputable camp sites. Campers aren't squatters, most of us camp by choice - we love it. We love cooking and sleeping under the stars and have invested a lot of money in our gear. We are generally happy to pay a little more for the better sites, many of which are now graded by the TGASA. Sorry, I have digressed. We were invited to use the kitchenette and shower available in the abovementioned chalet but found these both to be so rickety and unpleasant that we (all 7 of us without exception) literally used these when absolutely essential.
I simply cannot recommend Stoneybrook as a camping destination as it stands now.