De Hoek Country Hotel

by Nov 17, 20160 comments

The most romantic of wedding venues for your special day

This 5-star country retreat has a great reputation for luxury, impeccable service and excellent facilities.

Set in the magnificent Magaliesberg region, a short hour’s drive away from Johannesburg or Pretoria, De Hoek Country Hotel offers superb accommodation and events for guests including those on holiday, bridal couples and their guests. De Hoek can host small and intimate weddings or larger ones, up to 250 wedding guests, and there’s room for many to sleep over at De Hoek.

If you are looking for a lovely outdoor wedding, De Hoek’s gorgeous surrounds and beautifully manicured gardens are ideal. The hotel offers a full bridal service where the romantic expectations of every couple are satisfied with spectacular flowers, table décor, wedding cake and cuisine.  If they wish, brides can also employ their own suppliers, excluding food and drinks. A delectable wedding meal will be personally selected for the bridal couple according to their guests’ dietary requirements; De Hoek is famous for its quintessential cuisine beautifully presented by a team of chefs.

Ceremonies are held in the lush gardens and receptions are hosted in a choice of stunning venues. The Bridge Bistro is perfect for informal wedding receptions, while those brides who prefer a more formal dining experience can opt for the De Hoek’s Conservatory Restaurant and Foundation Room.

 De Hoek Country Hotel boasts more than 22 years of arranging weddings, so your dream wedding will become a reality… they will ensure that your special day will be a memory to treasure forever. De Hoek is not only a romantic location; it also offers internationally recognised services, wine and cuisine. This luxury country hotel is the perfect wedding venue option if you are looking to host a world-class, upmarket wedding that your guests will never forget. Contact for a quote for your special day.

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