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Lanzerac Road, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa 7600 (Show on map)
The Taphuis is a historic Cape country bar that is one of the oldest bars in the Western Cape. Both barmen have worked at the hotel for over 40 years, so guests can enjoy a pre-dinner drink listening to all the tales of the different eras of the hotel. The Taphuis is the Lanzerac Hotel's main bar and it seats 22 guests at the bar counter and 14 guests at tables. The authentic Cape country bar is open daily and into the evening during summer and winter. The interior is richly decorated with antique yellow wood furniture and has a huge Cape Dutch fireplace as the centrepiece. This fabulous Cape Dutch styled dining area offers a seamless flow and spacious room ideal for long romantic dinners or cosy drinks and small talk around the fire.
The Terrace Restaurant offers casual dining on a shaded outdoor terrace overlooking the Manor House. Part of the charm is the restaurant's enchanting atmosphere and alfresco menu that can be enjoyed in the outdoor seating overlooking the spectacular views. The Terrace Restaurant offers a shaded outdoor venue outfitted with wrought iron seating and soft furnishings. It is the ideal setting for those seeking a more casual yet equally tempting menu. The Terrace Restaurant looks out onto the lush manicured lawns and dramatic mountain tops, where guests can sit back, relax and enjoy delectable meals and sumptuous wines.
The Esquire Whiskey & Cigar Bar is a chic and sophisticated lounge ideal for aperitifs or after dinner drinks and digestives. The Esquire Whiskey & Cigar Bar opens daily from 17h00 until close. The bar houses an extensive range of rare, old and exclusive whiskeys and malts. Luxury and flavoured vodkas fill the cabinets including value, premium and super premium vodkas. Liqueurs, cognacs and cigars can be enjoyed in the trendy Esquire Whiskey & Cigar Bar, while contemporary music plays in the background. The Lounge is great for cocktail parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties and can be hired out on an exclusive basis. There are large comfortable leather couches and a high definition satellite television ideal for watching league games and highly anticipated playoffs.
The elegant Governors Hall Restaurant is the hotel's main à la carte restaurant that offers a stately fine dining experience. The Governors Hall is where a full buffet style breakfast is served every morning, and has a delicious lunch and appealing dinner menu too. Making up the menu is a gastronomic explosion of international and local cuisine, accompanied by carefully considered award-winning wines. Presentation is taken to a new level. The food is prepared to perfection and all dishes are served with an air of sophistication. The Governors Hall is a gourmet retreat and a masterpiece in itself. It is a unique and unforgettable dining venue for dinner parties, corporate functions, tastings or special events. The cuisine is proud to offer tasteful, locally inspired menus to titillate the taste buds of even the most discerning of diners.
The Craven Lounge offers a home away from home environment where guests can relax with a newspaper, whilst enjoying cup of tea or coffee. Aptly named after Daniël Hartman Craven, who was arguably South Africa's best-known rugby administrator, the Craven Lounge is a true representation of South African heritage. Daniël Hartman Craven coached the Springboks between 1949 and 1956 and became one of the most successful Springbok coaches of all time. The elegant hotel lounge seats 20 people and features genuine antiques, a grand piano, a roaring fireplace and rugby memorabilia hanging on the walls. Most guests opt to end their evenings by indulging in a choice of coffees and cognacs served in the elegant Craven Lounge.
The Governors Hall Restaurant opens onto the private and exclusive Lady Anne Courtyard, where breakfast, lunch and evening drinks can be enjoyed. The Lady Anne Courtyard is an elegant Mediterranean-styled courtyard complete with a gravelled terrace, wrought iron seating and colonial canvas umbrellas. Cocktail events are able to flow into the Lady Anne Courtyard, which can be covered by a Bedouin tent. The courtyard is named after Lady Anne Barnard who was an accomplished artist in the 18th and 19th centuries. Her works include oil paintings and drawings. She spent five years in Cape Town, which although brief, had a significant impact on the cultural and social life of the time.
Our Spa menu consists of carefully chosen treatments with the finest in spa products to make your experience linger longer. In keeping to the theme of the surrounding vines, we use the Theravine product range, which is an innovative and superior grape-based skincare product range. Grape-derived ingredients include the South African indigenous Pinotage cultivar, as well as from grape cultivars such as Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Sauvignon Blanc. Spa treatments and packages cater to both men and women alike and will take you on a sensational journey of sheer and heavenly indulgence. All our therapists are highly trained and qualified in their own specialty and perform astounding and unforgettable therapies.
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|Value for Money||7.9|