The 5-star family owned and operated, Kurland Hotel, outside Plettenberg Bay, is proud to announce the completion of its soft refurbishment and celebrates the same with a new 2017 winter package.
The refurbishment consists of exquisite fine linens in all the suites, including the children’s lofts, plush carpets throughout, paintwork and refreshed landscaping of the substantial gardens also include the appropriate planting of sweet peas and pansies to assist with the transition period of the roses coming in to bloom in the summer months.
Sweet peas are also significant due to the new look Spa, managed by ‘Sweetpea Spa’ of Plettenberg Bay now offering an extensive menu of treatments and products for all the family to enjoy. As a result, Tourism Grading Council of South Africa once again graded Kurland Hotel as a 5-star family hotel and destination.
The Executive Chef has created new culinary options, which includes the ever-popular Kurland High Tea (Café Complet), which can be enjoyed snuggled up by the roaring fires in the Homestead or alfresco in the courtyard or on the verandah. Adding to this is a new extensive breakfast menu, the new Kurland curry options and fine dining lunch and dinner menu.
Comments owner Peter Behr, “Fortunately we were not affected by the recent fires in the area and our thoughts go out to those that were. We chose to do the soft refurbishments during the winter months as more and more families are exploring the Garden Route in search of quality time together and we really wanted to offer a fresh new look. Plus the moderate climate Plettenberg Bay is known for makes it an ideal location for family activities.”
Mountain biking, horse riding or languid walks on the extensive Estate are healthier options for younger guests in order to unplug and enjoy a digital detox. However, there is full Wi-Fi available for those wishing to mix business and pleasure.