Next Soup Night – Thursday 12 July 2018 – 18h30
Winter is well and truly on its way, and we’re getting prepared in the most delicious way possible. Every Thursday evening over this chilly season, the Island Cafe at Turbine Hotel & Spa will be offering bottomless gourmet soup to keep your bellies full and your hearts warm.
On Soup Night, the decadent selection of soups will be served with an array of freshly baked artisan breads. Bookings each week are essential and the price is just R95 per adult and R45 for children under 11, so make sure to book your table as soon as possible.
Bookings: 044 302 5746 | email@example.com
About Island Cafe
The Island Café at Turbine Boutique Hotel & Spa is a 90-seater establishment, overlooking the picturesque Thesen Island canals. An impressive assortment of dishes are available from the regularly updated a la carte menu, and the restaurant is open to hotel and non-hotel guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inside, tables are nestled between the original turbines, which have been lovingly restored to create a retro feel. Majestic glass sliding doors create an airy feel, while warm open fireplaces fight the chill during winter months. Outdoor, the spacious terrace is perfect for al fresco dining, and the beautiful pool deck is the perfect venue for a romantic candlelit dinner for two.
Allowing you to truly indulge over the next few months, Turbine Hotel & Spa are running 1-Night, 2-Night and 3-Night Winter specials with discounts of up to 45% on accommodation. Book a 1-night stay between 2 April and 30 September and save 35% and receive a dinner voucher for R250. Stay for 2 nights over the same period and save 40% on accommodation. Or, if you’re looking for a particularly luxurious winter getaway in Knysna, book a 3-night stay between 2 April until 30 September and save a whopping 45% on your accommodation.
Contact us to book this exclusive Knysna winter special today, and make sure to view the finer details on our Rates & Specials page. The specials are subject to availability and exclude peak periods such as the annual Oyster Festival.