Franschhoek Winter Winelands Wedding at Grande Provence
A winelands winter wedding is a magical experience whether blessed by warming sunshine amidst resting vines or a cosy hearth on a secluded 17th century estate. Grande Provence has all this and more if you are looking for a breath taking heritage wine estate and incredible winter value to say your ‘I do’s’.
A winter wedding at Grande Provence will make your budget go a little further with savings of up to 65% on their exceptional low season rates.
Situated in the spectacular Franschhoek Valley surrounded by snow-capped mountains, Grande Provence is one of the most beautiful locations for a winter wedding. This magnificent setting, rich in heritage and contemporary design, offers endless photographic opportunities, both indoors and outdoors, to capture memorable moments on your special day. The dormant winter vineyards and majestic oaks of the serene sculpture garden embody a sense of timeless tranquillity and romance that is hard to match.
Grande Provence pulls out all the stops to provide couples with the most luxurious wedding experience for up to 120 guests. With boutique accommodation available at The Owner’s Cottage and the more intimate La Provençale, the entire bridal party can stay at Grande Provence before and after the big day.
If this stunning wine estate is your dream wedding location, take advantage of the red hot winter rates and let Grande Provence take care of all your arrangements on the day.
The Grande Provence Winter Wedding offer is valid for weddings taking place from June – August 2019 and May – August 2020. For more information or to make your winter wedding reservation, email email@example.com.
Located in Franschhoek, the heartland of South African wine country, Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate is part of the internationally acclaimed Huka Retreats, embracing true South African wine heritage, excellent food and luxury country-style accommodation.
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