Women's day long weekend special 6-9 August

Only R594 per person per night

In honour of all the women of South Africa we have created a weekend package just for them 

This long weekend special includes the following

1. A 4 hour guided women's empowerment hike with snacks included, by an amazing women-owned business Witzenberg hiking trails. They will take you on an incredible experience through the Tulbagh mountains. Bonus furry friends welcome
(This will be on Saturday morning)

2. A picnic basket for 16 people which will include:

  • Artisan cheese and olives (made right here in Tulbagh)
  • Freshly baked bread and crackers made with love from us at Guinevere
  • Preserves and cold meat (organic and ethical)
  • 16 scones with jam made at our local bakery
  • 4x bottles of sparkling wine from the Tulbagh valley

3.  Bonus- soak in our new wood fired hot tub (fits up to 10 women at a push)

This is a time to relax with your besties, eat delicious food, listen to the sounds of nature and breath fresh air, away from the hustle of busy city life.

Cost: Was R10500 -now only R9500 per night (which works out to R594 pp/pn)

***It is a women's day special, however bring who you like and celebrate your way! This offer is for 16 people as we are keeping within our 50% capacity limit as per level 4 lockdown, just incase it hasn't lifted by then. ***

There are 9 spacious en-suite bathrooms so plenty of breathing space as well as hand sanitisers placed around the house. You will have the home to yourself. Housekeeping is included, however if you wish to not have any staff members in the house that can also be arranged.

Valid from: 6 August 2021

Expires: 9 August 2021

6-9 August 2021

Terms and Conditions

*This offer is only valid for the 6-9 August 2021 (unless due to restricitons imposed due to covid-19)

*This offer is only available for 16 guests

*This offer is not redeemable for cash nor can it be refunded due to any circumstances including covid-19     However we will transfer the date for you if such an event arises due to covid-19