Explore the rich art scene in Cape Town, winelands and nearby country towns, staying at luxury hotels with impressive art collections and / or in-house galleries. From opulent boutique establishments that are collectors and custodians of some of the country’s finest art, to funky contemporary hotels sporting interactive art experiences, Cape Town and surrounds have some superb options for people … Continue reading “State of the Art: Art Lovers’ Luxury Holiday Tour of Cape Town, Winelands and Western Cape”
Ellerman House at Bantry Bay on Cape Town’s glinting Atlantic Seaboard is set apart not only as a guest sanctuary of unabridged distinction, but also on the basis of its spectacular private art collection. The collection spans more than a century and is representative of numerous genres including contemporary works. At the Ellerman House Art Gallery, … Continue reading “Unique Art Tours in Cape Town & Winelands Exclusive to Ellerman House Guests”
Pack your creative yearnings and your bags for a fabulous 3-night Artists’ Retreat at Isibindi Zulu Lodge in a rugged Zululand reserve, to take place from 18-22 August 2013.
Arriving at Delaire Graff Lodges & Spa, post-ascent of the beautiful Helshoogte Pass, you couldn’t be blamed for thinking you’d landed in paradise. “From the sky” – delaire – is a quality etched not only in the name itself, but thoroughly textured in the whole heavenly experience. This is an utterly sumptuous stay on a wine farm (it … Continue reading “From the Heavens: Super-Fine Luxury Lodges, Wine and Art from the Gods at Delaire Graff in Stellenbosch”
“Fine art is the soul of Ellerman House, and our collection sets us apart from other fine hotels in South Africa.” (Ellerman House Website). At its splendid, thoroughly exclusive and sea-possessing location at Bantry Bay, Ellerman House has an impressive collection of art, making it a truly unique guest sanctuary for art-at-heart people who also … Continue reading “Art this not Fine? Ellerman House is The Destination in Cape Town for Art-at-Heart People”