Take a break from the big city life this Easter and spend your time relaxing in the picturesque Cape Winelands with your family.
Take advantage of the Easter weekend deals by treating your family to a relaxing day on one of the many wine estates Cape town has to offer.
Enjoy a delicious traditional South African braai, or indulge yourself in one of the many seafood buffets that will be on offer, and let’s not forget about all the heavenly wine you’ll get to enjoy.
We haven’t forgotten about the kids, the Winelands are a perfect place for your children to run wild whilst searching for all those elusive Easter eggs.
Don’t waste any time, start searching for your perfect Wineland destination to celebrate Easter weekend. We’ve gathered a few ideas for you below, enjoy.
Our Top 4 Easter Lunches in the Cape Winelands
Good Friday at Benguela Cove
Experience an Atlantic inspired Good Friday lunch menu at Moody Lagoon & Benguela Cove Wine Estate.
Bring your entire family and friends to start the Easter weekend off feeling great. While you enjoy your food and wine, let the kids play a round of Pirate Adventure Golf and cool down after at the Splash park. A full three course menu will be available that is available from 12pm – 3 pm on Friday, the 19th of April 2019 to celebrate Good Friday. [read more]
Breakfast, Lunch & Easter Egg Hunt with Le Pommier
Spend Easter at Le Pommier Wine Estate this year!
Enjoy a relaxing breakfast or lunch this Easter, while the kids run around chasing after Easter Eggs to keep them entertained. The delicious a la carte menu will be on offer that will have everyone licking their lips to make this an occasion that the entire family will remember. [read more]
Easter Lunch at Jordan Wine Estate
Chef Thys will be preparing a special meal offering to accompany the à la carte menu. Think harissa rubbed chicken quarter with mint raita, garlic baby potatoes with feta and spring onion served with apricot glazed baby carrots for R110.00 per person – delicious! [read more]
Easter Lunch at Benguela Cove
Think lemon ricotta, beetroot tartar, radish, peach, tomato and basil salad, picture that succulent Venison with juniper, candy parsnips, figs, sweet potato, mushrooms and spinach, or that selection of cheeses. All this makes the perfect Sunday afternoon [read more]
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