Glen Avon Lodge is a family run boutique hotel in the heart of Cape Town’s leafy Constantia Valley, just 20 minutes from the airport and the V&A Waterfront. Annette and David Stringer along with their daughter Wendy ensure that all ...
Yay! We have woken up to blue skies and sunshine just as we are heading into Cape Town. What a bonus in June. 50 minutes of Sat Nav Serena’s perfect directions and we are in the heart of the Waterfront ...
Claire recently took a small group of hand-picked British journalists and bloggers around South Africa, in conjunction with South African Airways and South African Tourism UK, to rediscover some of its tourism icons...
On arrival in Cape Town we were met by the lovely Melissa and Mohamed from Ilios Travel who welcomed us to the Mother City and took us on a brief orientation tour. The weather was amazing with only a slight cool breeze and clear blue skies –
I have just had the good fortune of a few days touring Cape Town and the Garden Route with a charming and very entertaining journalist from Ireland - Paul Hopkins. Upon leaving Cape Town airport we were whisked off in comfort to Steenberg in Constantia. This is a hotel that I had stayed in previously and had very fond memories of.
The meal at Mange Tout was amazing. We had some incredible food on this trip, but this meal was probably the most memorable – especially the Chocolate Fondant!
A journey on The Blue Train in South Africa is a luxury normally reserved for the likes of royalty, celebrities and heads of state. But for the next few months it may just be possible for us mere mortals to sample the extravagant lifestyle of the rich and famous
Ethos Marketing in conjunction with South African Airways have organised an afternoon of tea and scones at one of Britain’s most luxurious hotels, South Lodge Country House Hotel in West Sussex.
OK so you’re staying at Steenberg and you’ve gorged on the delicious offerings at Catharina’s Restaurant and Bistro Sixteen82 but you can’t come all the way to the Cape and not experience some of the other superb eateries in the area.
Despite its gracious five star boutique hotel, two great restaurants, luxury spa and championship golf course Steenberg is first and formost a farm, the oldest in the Constantia Valley, and has been producing wine since 1695.