Leeu Estates Offers Multiple Wine-Themed Vacation Packages

The Leeu SPA is set among the vineyards.

In Franschhoek, South Africa, Leeu Estates is offering a variety of specials running through the end of August.

Couples can try the Romantic Getaway, which includes a two-night stay, a 10 percent discount, a complimentary bottle of wine and a romantic turndown. Just looking for food and wine? The Gastronomy Delight includes a complimentary three-course dinner and a bottle of wine at the hotel restaurant.

The Spa Spoiler provides authentic massages and holistic treatments. With a two-night stay, guests receive a 60-minute Prana Vitality massage and a three-course lunch in the Dining Room.

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Lastly, the Two-Night Treat gives guests a 15 percent discount on all rates with a minimum of a two-night stay.

Leeu Estates is composed of: Leeu Estates, a 17-room country house and winery in the Franschhoek valley; Leeu House, a 12-room hotel in Franschhoek village; Le Quartier Français, a 21-room hotel; and the three-bedroom LQF Villa, also located in the village.

The Leeu Estates is a 17-room country house and winery in the Franschhoek valley.

Wines produced at Leeu Estates are by Chris and Andrea Mullineux, a winemaking duo who have notched 18 five-star ratings in Platter’s South African Wine Guide. Mullineux Family Wines was chosen as Platter’s Winery of the Year for 2016 (and in 2014), and Wine Enthusiast named Andrea its 2016 Winemaker of the Year.

Reservations Manager Lynn Voges ([email protected]) can arrange tours by Chris and Andrea. Guests can also participate in harvesting and embark on tours to Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines at Roundstone Farm in Swartland, a partner of Leeu Estates.

Clients looking for the top digs should stay in the Executive Suite with terrace and his-and-hers walk-in closets. Note: Busy season at the property is April through October.

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