The Robertson Small Hotel celebrates Cupid`s craft in February
If Romeo and Juliet had to pick a spot for Valentine’s Day, they would look no further than the enchanting Robertson Small Hotel, a five-star boutique hotel in the heart of Robertson, where a magical Month of Love, crowned with a Midsummer’s Night Dream date on the 14th of February 2013 awaits lovers.
This Valentine’s Day, connoisseurs of Cupid’s craft will be whisked away to the hotel’s mystical garden for a sensory five course Food & Wine feast with cuisines fashioned from food and perfectly paired potions that personify love. Couples and groups of friends will be seated at their own private tables for a romantic moonlit affair infused with delights and surprises for the senses.
“Shakespeare so aptly proclaimed ‘If music be the food of love, play on’, so in addition to this fairytale dinner under the stars we will also transport the lovebirds to a world of romantic wonder by an exclusive musical dance performance,” shares Executive Chef Tiaan van Greunen whose special interactive dessert indulgence promises a decadent high on the evening.
If a dinner is not enough to declare your love, The Robertson Small Hotel, voted South Africa’s Best Luxury Country Hotel for the second consecutive year at the 2012 World Luxury Hotel Awards, also bestows their guests with added Valentine’s treats should they be spending a night or two in one of its 10 spacious luxury en-suite rooms during the month of February.
These ‘Valentine’s touches’ include a complimentary bottle of wine for your table if you dine at the hotel’s signature restaurant – Reuben’s at The Robertson Small Hotel – during your stay; a special gift and romantic treats in your room, and a R100 voucher to use towards any spa treatment valued at R300 or more at the hotel’s Wellness Room.
The Midsummer’s Night Dream Valentine’s Dinner at The Robertson Small costs R240 per person which includes the wine/beverage pairing per course. Cupid will be ready with his bow at 19h00 and bookings are essentials as seating is limited.