Come and relax with a whole weekend of Fizzy Therapy at Stanford Valley.
Book a 2 night stay including a 7 course food & wine pairing dinner with Villiera Winemaker Jeff Grier for R1495pp
One night only including 7 course food & wine pairing dinner for R1095pp – Based on 2 persons sharing, and subject to availability.
We are excited to present a 7 course tasting menu with Giant Periwinkle Wines for our upcoming Meet the Winemaker. Limited availability on this not to be missed event – Booking essential
8 June – Saturday from 19:00-23:00
BEGINS: 9 AM DAILY
Stanford Valley Guest Farm
R2000 for the 3 day workshop. Also a special deal for accommodation in the beautiful farm cottages for R400 per person per night sharing (R800 per room.) There is also an excellent restaurant on site!
Calling all Gin Lovers, an event not to be missed at Stanford Valley: a tutored tasting of the best of our local gins, followed by fun mixing your own cocktails and then a delicious 2 course meal in the Manor House. All for just R395pp. So excited about this one, is it gin o’clock yet?
The Stanford Classic is a non-competitive weekend MTB stage event. The objective is to give newcomers to multi-stage events (NOT newcomers to MTB) the opportunity to enjoy a weekend of scenic, fun and non-competitive riding. However, make sure that you are fit enough, as the stages are approximately 55km and 42.5km respectively. (Maximum climbing per stage is 1000m). The route is mainly on gravel roads, including jeep and exhilarating single tracks!
Come join us for an evening of World Class Wine and Food with charismatic Winemaker Bruce Jack (the Drift) and talented Chef Madre Malan. The evening consists of 4 courses paired with 5 wines and a welcoming bubbly and cider.
Saturday, July 15th, 7pm
Cost is R595pp
email@example.com or call 072 198 0862
The Stanford MTB Tour is presented on 18 – 19 February 2017 at Stanford Valley Guest Farm. The Stanford MTB Tour is a non-competitive weekend MTB stage event, similar to the Houwhoek & Greyton MTB Tours. The objective is to give MTB’s and newcomers to multi-stage events (NOT NEWCOMERS TO MTB) the opportunity to enjoy a weekend of scenic, fun and non-competitive riding. However, make sure that you are fit as each of the two stages are approximately 45 km (max climbing per stage is 950m), on gravel roads (including jeep and single tracks) and that you love riding easy single tracks.
For more information visit www.mtb-adventures.co.za
15 – 16 November
Figure drawing classes with renowned artist Petra Lunenburg