Just a short three hours drive from Cape Town along the world-renowned Garden and Whale routes is a perfect holiday retreat for families, couples, group of friends, adventure seekers and more. Our time spent at De Hoop was magical and invigorating that returning for another breakaway this winter is a no-brainer. The cold season is perfect for exploring our beautiful province and taking advantage of off-peak rates and resort specials.
If you’re looking to break away from the city to unwind with family and friends without ‘breaking the bank’ than we have good news for you. This winter you and five friends or family can escape to the serene fynbos and seaside sanctuary of De Hoop Collection where you can enjoy a 360-degree view of mountains, the vlei, and wildlife and plenty activities.
Indulge in peace and tranquillity in one of the Cape’s last unspoiled gems, by taking advantage of its 2019 Winter 40% off Special on a six-sleeper De Hoop Village (self-catering) cottage. This incredible off is valid from 1 May to 31 July 2019 for only R1 900 per night – the usual price is R3 171!
But that’s not all that’s taking place this season at De Hoop – yoga specialist Kate Ball will be hosting an exclusive and rejuvenating wellness retreat from 16 May to 19 May at the resorts secluded Melkkamer situated across the vlei.
Kate trained in Vinyasa and Forrest yoga and has been teaching since 2007. She has taught in the USA and India and at Cape Town’s SpiritFest for a number of years. Her main style is Vinyasa but she also teaches Bikram. Music features strongly in her classes as does strength, precision and breath awareness. Her love of yoga stems from the transforming power it has had in her own life – she feels deeply fortunate to share yoga with others and teaches classes centred on love, honesty and present moment awareness. Kate directs YogaSpirit in Constantia Village in Cape Town.
“All levels of practitioners are welcome,” says Kate, “so please join me in this peaceful, pristine and scenic setting to deepen your yoga practice. Yoga-nature therapy does powerful work to restore balance and you will work hard, but know that it will leave you feeling peaceful, energised, inspired and beautiful.” The upmarket accommodation at Melkkamer with its old-world architecture and charm provides the ideal getaway for those seeking to restore and replenish their inner peace. With the emphasis being on health and wellness, the menu comprises of nourishing, organic and locally-sourced meals.
For more information and to book the incredible winter special then visit De Hoop Collections website, Facebook and Instagram page. For more info on yoga specialist Kate Ball and to book your spot on her yoga retreat visit www.yogaspirit.co.za.