Makers Mark gallery and shop is now open in Church street 42, Tulbagh, Western Cape. They have an awesome selection of high end pottery, delicious food and obviously stunning artwork for sale. Go pop in during your next visit to Tulbagh.
R290 per person which includes welcome cocktails and a three course meal mostly out the garden. Vegetarian options also available. Join us for a fun and stimulating evening which will include a fund raising auction towards the completion of the Church Street Kitchen Gardens. Botanical styling: Design by Marcel. Please RSVP before the 4th December to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Those wanting to join us for a tour of the new developments in the garden, should meet in the garden at 6pm before the dinner.
An initiative by Dream Tulbagh
You can now enjoy relaxed, open-air dining in Tulbagh.
Coals offers a true South African braai (BBQ) experience in a farm environment. Come and enjoy fire-baked potbroode (pot breads), papballe and roosterkoek as it cooks alongside steak, wors, tjoppies and sosaties with freshly made salads and warm dishes to accompany beautiful wines.
Watch the sunset, and stars come out as you enjoy your meal. A true South African dining experience, not to be missed!
Require accommodation after your braai? Have a look at our recommended self-catering establishments.
Just 80 mins from Cape Town, Rijk’s Country House is set on the award winning Rijk’s Wine Estate and is surrounded by vineyards and the majestic Witzenberg, Winterhoek and Obiqua Mountain ranges. Within the framework of beautiful Cape Dutch architecture, 12 luxury rooms and three cottages are individually decorated and each has a private terrace leading onto rose gardens, lawns, dam and pool.
With beautiful churches, stunning photographic opportunities and special attention to every detail, Rijk’s is the perfect winelands wedding venue and destination.
Separate conference facilities are available with space for a company product launch and team building event.
Govenor’s Restaurant serves bistro-style country cuisine and picnics are available to order. They also have fun and informative Rijk’s wine-tasting sessions in the hotel.
A brand new restaurant (previous “Kuierbossie”building) to open its doors on the 15th of November 2017. The new owners call it “1699” and the menu promises to deliver traditional home cooked meals just like granny used to make!
Give it a try during your next visit to the Tulbagh valley at 25 Van der Stel street.