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From the moment we arrived we felt like valued guests. Chris organised complimentary drinks and nibbles then left us to relax and complete the obligatory check-in paperwork. We were then shown to our lovely room in the Manor House. To look out of our bedroom window and see a herd of wildebeest wandering ...
My wife & I wanted to get away from the city and just veg out for a couple of days - no activities, no hikes, just pure relaxation. General Manager Leigh, Assistant Manager Raymond and their attentive staff made sure that our every need was fulfilled. Our massage experience at the spa could not have ...
We were very happy we chose to do an overnight safari on this trip. Although it's not a "true" safari experience, we were satisfied that this was the closest we could get to that so near to Cape Town. The hotel is nice and modern with great facilities. It is expensive but when you consider that all ...
I stayed there with my disabled son, a facility we had used several times in the past. It was a refreshing experience to find staff being amazing in their attentiveness towards our needs. Although we did not ask for too much, what we did was provided with grace and courtesy. This hotel accommodation ...
Although we only stayed one night we thoroughly enjoyed it. A rare privately owned hotel properly run. Nice touches such as a complimentary decanter of sherry in the room and free breakfast buffet we pleasant surprises. We had an ocean view room - stunning. The sound of the waves crashing on the ...
With its pristine landscapes and ocean and mountain backdrops, the Western Cape makes for a memorable wedding destination. Couples can choose from a wide range of scenic venues, from rustic spots for intimate open-air ceremonies to historic hotels for lavish parties. And Western Cape’s wedding hotels often have magnificent views, which means spectacular wedding-day photographs too.
Many hotels offer fully inclusive wedding services, and can arrange everything from the catering to the photographer. Should you want to take the reins for your big day, you can also opt to take care of all the extras yourself.
The Cape Winelands are one of the most romantic places for weddings in the Western Cape. The rows of orderly vines and gardens that spread across the estates of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Tulbagh offer secluded spots in which to say your vows. Depending on the season, you might have the wedding reception in an outdoor venue or in an atmospheric wine cellar. You could even incorporate a wine tasting into your Western Cape wedding.
For brides and grooms who dream of a barefoot beach wedding, the Western Cape’s coastal areas offer plenty of choice, and you’ll find some good wedding hotels around the seaside towns of Hermanus and Langebaan. Exchange vows to the sound of the incoming waves before sitting down for a seafood feast.
A little further inland along the Garden Route lie even more potential wedding accommodations, including secluded lodges next to rivers and forests.
When your Western Cape wedding is over, it will be time for the honeymoon to begin – and you’ll already be in the perfect place. Action-loving newlyweds can take their pick from a range of memorable activities, including safaris, whale-watching excursions and hiking trips. If you would prefer a less strenuous honeymoon itinerary, consider heading for a luxury beachside resort where lounging by the water’s edge is the order of the day.