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Friday, 3 December 2010

Delaire Graff Estate-Cape Town

I am immensely proud of being a South African. This beautiful country amidst its social problems has so many amazing landscapes to offer. From the wild bush where the Big 5 lie around all day to Durban and Plet where you have the warm water from the Indian ocean at your feet and finally to Cape Town with its infamous vineyards and amazing sandy beaches that give you a feeling that you are somewhere in-between Cote d’Azur and a South American rain forest.

If you are a wine lover and want a beautiful and relaxed getaway I have a suggestion to make; the Delaire Graff Estate, one of the leading restaurants and boutique hotels in the world, is situated on the highest crest of the magnificent Helshoogte Mountain Pass linking the Cape’s two leading wine districts-Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Guests are able to dine on the terrace under a canopy of pin oak trees or within the restaurant designed by David Collins. Guests can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Stellenbosch valley whilst sipping high quality wine.


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