If you are looking for a romantic Easter experience that does not involve bunnies and easter eggs, the Oude Werf Hotel in Stellenbosch is ready to show guests a different side to everyone’s favourite long weekend.
They have created a unique weekend package specifically for couples who want a luxurious breakaway from the hustle and bustle.
On arrival guests will find a bottle of Stellenbosch MCC waiting in their rooms, before indulging in a delicious 4-course dinner at the onsite Oude Werf Restaurant after which they may retreat to the comfort of a newly renovated room.
After a delicious breakfast in the hotel’s vine-covered courtyard, guests may spend the day at their own leisure.
The hotel staff is always on hand to assist guests with anything they might need.
“Stellenbosch is easily one of our country’s most romantic towns – with the tree-lined avenues, quaint coffee shops and abundance of wine farms. We have created this package for those who would like to make the most of this long weekend – but away from the clichés that normally accompany it. While this is a different spin on this popular weekend, guests can be assured that there will still be an abundance of chocolate at Oude Werf Hotel,” says Elanie Fourie, general manager of Oude Werf Hotel.
During their stay guests can enjoy a specially crafted Easter-themed afternoon tea for two as well as the option of a late check-out (at 14h00) on the day of departure.
This Easter Weekend Special costs R995.00 per person per night for the nights of 1 – 19 April 2015. A R400.00 single supplement applies. This rate includes:
• A four-course dinner
• Sparkling wine in the room on arrival
• An Easter-themed afternoon tea
• A romantic ‘chocolate indulgence’ turndown
• Late checkout at 14h00
• Complimentary upgrade to next available room type
Please note, this offer is applicable to SA residents only and subject to room and rate availability. Bookings are accepted on a fully pre-paid, non-refundable basis.
For more information or to make a booking, call 021 887 4608 or email them.