Unmissable March events for your calendar

 
 

From Human Rights Weekend to Thelema food and wine dinner.

 

Human Rights Weekend: Braai Buffet
24th March 2019

Join us to celebrate Human Rights Day, when all South Africans are reminded of our amazing constitution that guarantees the rights and freedoms of each and every citizen, irrespective of race,
culture or gender. Entertainment will be provided by the local talent of the Camps Bay High School Marimba band. A kids play area will be available to keep the young ones busy.

Time: 1pm
Venue: Azure Restaurant and Terrace
Price: R495 per person | Children under 12 years: R250 per person

Food and Wine dinner with Thelemea Mountain Vineyards 
29th March 2019

It was a taste of some Burgundy Puligny-Montrachet that convinced Gyles Webb to lay down the calculator and abandon his accounting career in Durban to become a winemaker. He and his wife’s family fell in love with a run-down old fruit farm called Thelema. Gyles has always given meticulous attention to the vineyards, believing that grape quality is the single most important factor in serious wine making. This persistent precision has paid off in awards for the best vineyards in Stellenbosch. His winemaking policy is one of “benign neglect” or minimum interference, with finings and filtrations kept to an absolute minimum. He also believes in the use of premium wood and you will therefore find Thelema and Sutherland’s wines resting in quality French barrels.

Time: Arrival 9pm for 9.30pm start
Venue: Azure Restaurant 
Price: R795 per person 

Picnic Pleasures
Until 30th April 2019

This Summer, enjoy THE perfect spot for the perfect picnic, whether it’s at the romantic Stanley’s Rock, nestled in the untamed beauty of the Table Mountain National Park or in our secluded Fynbos garden…

This experience is subject to availability and only upgradeable 72 hours prior to the booking; R1000 surcharge applies to use the Fynbos Gardens):

  • Picnic Proposal – R3450 per couple. Includes: a Picnic Basket filled with decadent treats; a bottle of Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne; a bouquet of Roses (Residents and Non-Residents)
  • Picnic Pleasures – R2950 for two guests. Includes: a Picnic Basket packed with fresh, homemade specialties; a Bottle of Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne (Residents and Non-Residents)
  • Resident Picnic – R1600 for two guests. Includes use of the picnic spots, a Gourmet Picnic Hamper and a bottle of South African Méthode Cap Classique. (Resident Guests Only)

PLEASE CALL TO BOOK +27 21 4379029

Gin Tasting in The Conservatory

The Gin Lab
Until 30th April 2019

The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa, where the sun’s last rays touch the hotel before sinking beneath the Atlantic Ocean’s golden horizon, is one of Cape Town’s hottest sundowner spots!. Make your sundowner moment even more perfect with a perfectly crafted Gin at The Gin Lab at The Conservatory.

Try one of four Gin Tasting Experiences: Gin & Bare It, Gin & Canapé Experience, Gin Making Experience and Craft Beer & Canapé Experience.

Time: 11am to 9pm daily.
Gin Making: Only on Friday’s from 6 - 8 pm.
Venue: The Conservatory 
Price: Gin and Bare It, R250 | Gin and Canapé Experience, R395 | Gin Making Experience, R495 | Craft Beer and Canapé Experience, R295

PLEASE CALL TO BOOK +27 21 4379029

SUSHI by 12A

SUSHI By 12A is the latest dining experience to be offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa. Explore the innovative menu created by Chef Sarawut Sukkowplang in The Café Grill Restaurant, overlooking the Twelve Apostles mountain range.

Time: Open daily 12.30 - 9pm
Venue: The Leopard Bar

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