Bottelary Hills Family Day

  • Date:

    Nov 26, 2011 – Nov 27, 2011

  • Venue:

    Hazendal Estate, Bottelary Road, Stellenbosch

If you like tasting wines, listening to live music performed by local musicians, eating great food and browsing craft marketing with the family, the Bottelary Hills Family Day is for you!

It’s time for some good old family fun this November at Hazendal Estate!

The annual family day of the Bottelary Hills is taking place at Hazendal Estate on Saturday 26 November, from 11:00 to 17:00, and Sunday 27 November, from 11:00 to 16:00. Visitors will be able to hang out on the large lawns in front of the manor house under a shaded canopy while tasting wines, listening to live music performed by local musicians, eating great food and browsing the craft marketing. Lots of activities and entertainment will be offered for kids such as a mini petting zoo, horse rides, play area, a jumping castle, games and daily reptile shows. Proceeds will be donated to local charity organisations, Pebbles Project and Anna Foundation. Tickets are R60 per person and include a tasting glass. Children under the age of 18 enter free of charge. Tickets are available at participating farms, as well as the Bottelary Hills Wine Centre.

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More info:

Get more information about Bottelary Hills Family Day (Hazendal Estate, Bottelary Road, Stellenbosch) here:

    • Contact Person: Elmarie Rabe
    • Email: events@wineroute.co.za
    • Contact Number: 021 886 8275

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