Nestled in the picturesque coastal town of Chintsa, with an easy travelling distance of 40 km to East London, Olivewood Private Estate and Golf Club is a 1 000-hectare security estate that prides itself in its unique offering of eco-friendly living in a safe and family-friendly environment.
Olivewood is proud to announce the opening of the estate’s newest addition, the Olivewood Wine Bar. Serving a selection of tapas combining local flavours infused with tastes of Greece, Asia and Spain, the seasonal menu will change according to availability – ensuring that there will always be a new dish to sample and delight the palate.
Comments Kelly Rens, Olivewood Estate Client Liaison Manager: “We are excited to launch just one of the many amenities planned for Olivewood by opening The Wine Bar.”
Offering a unique dining experience, with a relaxed and inviting atmosphere, The Wine Bar at Olivewood has a children’s play area, allowing you to sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery as your children play. Those wanting to practise their craft and perfect their swing can look forward to doing so at the driving range which will be situated close by.
Maintaining its natural charm, Olivewood boasts an array of landscapes as a countryside oasis where residents can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy care-free outdoor lifestyles.
Experience the tranquil Olivewood lifestyle and enjoy the finest food and wine by visiting this upmarket restaurant, open to the public on Wednesday and Fridays, 17.00 to 21.00; on Saturdays from 12.00 to 21.00 during peak season; and on Sundays for its special tapas brunch menu from 09.00 to 14.00. Reservations are essential.
Concludes Rens: “We look forward to welcoming you to the Olivewood family and invite you to be our guest by visiting our new restaurant. In the next two years, we plan to introduce a recreation facility at Olivewood, including tennis courts, squash courts, a gym, bowling greens and a lap pool – there is so much more to look forward to!”
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