Kurland Hotel hibernates for a month

Kurland Hotel, a proud member of the Relais & Châteaux Association, situated in the Crags, near Plettenberg Bay will take its annual hibernation during the month of June and looks forward to welcoming guests when it reopens on 1 July 2013. The reservations department will remain open for hotel and restaurant bookings. At this time the present Managing Director, Peter Behr will take over the business and full operation of Kurland Hotel and continue to run the Estate.

Over the winter months, while the Kurland Homestead restaurant goes on vacation, Katarina’s bistro has planned various new menu options for lunch and dinner, especially for Sunday lunches, which have become renowned within the local community as an ideal place for families to enjoy languid lunches together.

From 1 July until 14 December 2013, Kurland Hotel will also offer its ‘Stay for 4 and pay for 3 Night’ package and children under 12 years of age stay free making it a perfect opportunity for family travel.

Comments Managing Director, Peter Behr: “There are so many activities and travel options for a great midyear vacation travelling from Cape Town, along the Garden Route and on to the Eastern Cape and we hope that our winter offerings will entice guests to experience the same.”

Author: Muzi Mohale

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