Cathedral Peak Hotel

by May 2, 20190 comments

No adventure is greater than the one you start with the one you love. The perfect step-off point is the gracious elegance we offer you at the magnificent 4 star family-ownedCathedral Peak Hotel…

With our scenic beauty, personal service and warm hospitality, we will make your wedding day or wedding weekend a memory that will live forever.

Set in beautiful gardens, our charming stone-and-thatch chapel has an expansive window behind the pulpit and boasts breathtaking views of some of the Drakensberg’s most beautiful mountains.Stone blocks and wooden beams from the original farmhouse and pews made of railway sleepers add to the unique and cosy appeal of this enchanting chapel.

We also offer a variety of reception venues, superb menus, and our helicopter for unforgettable photographs. Our on-site experienced and professional banqueting team will ensure your wedding and reception runs smoothly and flawlessly.

A wide range of accommodation is available – from standard rooms through to the luxurious Mponjwane Presidential Suite.  The 7 well-appointed thatched Honeymoon Suites are set apart from the rest of the Hotel in secluded gardens.  These suites all boast LCD television, stocked mini-bar, electric fireplace, under-floor heating, Victorian slipper bath and a private verandah with breathtaking mountain views.  All this and a romantic rose petal turndown for the bride and groom on their wedding night.

Wedding guests can enjoy a vast array of activities from a heated swimming pool to mountain bike trails, a jogging trail, squash and tennis courts, helicopter flips, horse rides, quad bike rides, a 9-hole golf course with alternative tees, gym, wellness centre, daily guided hikes and so much more.

A variety of wedding packages are available on request plus our Honeymoon special which offers excellent value for money.

At Cathedral Peak Hotel you can plan the wedding adventure you’ve always wanted.

Cathedral Peak Hotel

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