Welcoming Delaire Graff Lodges & Spa

27 January 2015

SOUTH AFRICA, STELLENBOSCH: It is an absolute privilege to welcome Delaire Graff Lodges and Spa to Classic Portfolio. Nestled on the crest of the dramatic Helshoogte Mountain Pass in the Cape Winelands, Delaire Graff blends seamlessly into the surrounding, breathtaking landscape.  

NEED TO KNOW:

  • 10 lodges overlooking the Stellenbosch Valley: 1 x 2 bedroom Owner's Lodge, 1 x 2 bedroom Presidential Lodge, 4 x 1 bedroom Luxury Lodges and 4 x 1 bedroom Deluxe Lodges - each with their own private, heated, infinity plunge pool.
  • Each room commands views over the vines towards Stellenbosch and Table Mountain or into the lush gardens and Simonsberg Mountains
  • Set on the award winning, working wine estate under the expert eye of Morné Vrey.
  • An all encompassing guest experience for discerning global travellers including a world class Spa, two award winning restaurants, Graff diamonds and 100% Capri boutique. 
  • Surrounded by over 350 indigenous plants and mature trees in the landscaped garden. 
  • Iconic South African art collection

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Thank you for your continued support and please feel free to contact us for further details, STO rates or joint marketing opportunities at info@classic-portfolio.com.

With warmest regards
Suzanne    
P.S. Do you know about their secret sundowner spot above the vines…

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