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On the path of Nelson Mandela in Cape Town
01 July 2020
During his inauguration speech on May 9, 1994, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (Madiba) said: “Perhaps it was history that ordained that it be here, at the Cape of Good Hope, that we should lay the foundation stone of our new nation.
Enjoy A Three-Day Holiday in Cape Town
05 May 2020
Keep things local and make The Cellars-Hohenort your base for an unforgettable long weekend in Cape Town. Surrounded by nine acres of historic gardens, with views of Table Mountain...
Ardmore’s Pride of Africa Exhibition
19 December 2018
Walk through any of our hotels and you’re bound to spy pieces by Ardmore. Our annual Ardmore exhibition will take place at The Cellars-Hohenort between 14 – 17 February 2019.
From sea to shining sea: to and from Cape Town and Hermanus
01 July 2018
A self-drive itinerary of our insider scoop of places to stop along the way Your journey to and from Cape Town and Hermanus
Family Winter Fun at The Cellars-Hohenort
10 June 2018
Want to make memories to last a lifetime with your family? Look no further than a stay at The Cellars-Hohenort this winter. Want to make memories to last a lifetime with your family? Look no further than a stay at The Cellars-Hohenort this winter.
Hand-in-hand through the city of travel dreams: Cape Town
23 March 2018
Welcome to one of the most photo-ready cities on planet earth. Cape Town dominates world travel lists for its diverse beauty: it’s a city offering world-class urban infrastructure threaded with indigenous nature as well as cultural heritage.
Food & Wine
Eat. Play. Love.
01 February 2018
Wine, dine and explore with the love of your life in the most luxurious and spectacular of locations in Cape Town, Hermanus and Plettenberg Bay.
Cape Town’s multi-faceted art hubs
13 December 2017
The opening of the Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa) very firmly put Cape Town on the global art map this year. While a visit is an absolute must, MOCAA is just the cherry on top of the Mother City’s thriving art scene.