Champagne Castle Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChampagne Castle Hotel Winterton
This is a beautiful spot. Situated at the end of R600 with special views to Cathedral Peak. An all inclusive rate of R1700 includes breakfast lunch dinner and pm am teas. But you need to arrive by 1pm to get lunch or leave late when departing.
Rooms are very comfortable with an abundance of cushions, outside space, good TV and seating.
Lounges in the main building are spacious with log fires and comfortable arm chairs. Wifi only in public rooms but it is do comfortable thre it's not a bother.
The staff are very friendly and efficient.
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A good night's sleep is followed by a big breakfast from another large buffet. It is a beautiful morning with clear blue skies and a crispness to the air. We head off down the road to the local shop which amazingly sells petrol at the same price as in the city so we fill up the car and then make our way to Falcon Ridge, a home for injured birds of …
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toasties and milkshakes we thought we would try Warden. The town is a complete
dump with rocks in the roads. Feeling nervous and praying for the car to get over
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... pray. This involves them all sitting in the kitchen praying to themselves but speaking out loud. It is very strange as they are all talking at once and in Zulu. It just sounds like a mass of noise to me. I am usually calming one of the little ones down at this point as one of them is usually being noisy. Being on the house mum shift definitely makes you closer to the older kids. It makes you feel for them and care about them even more.
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