Bona Dea Private Estate

by Mar 13, 20180 comments

Fairytale Wedding Venue near Cape Town, in Hermanus, South Africa…

Bona Dea Private Estate is one of the most exclusive and beautiful Top 10 Cape Town Wedding Venues along the Cape Whale Coast in South Africa. Winner of the TWA Vendor Wedding Awards  “Top Country Wedding Venue” sets this 5Star luxurious venue in a class of its own.

Bona Dea Private Estate is a picture perfect, luxurious wedding venue and conferencing destination proudly situated in an elevated position with endless un-interrupted views of the Babylonstoring mountain range and the beautiful Hemel-en-Aarde Valley (which is only a 90 minute drive from the Cape Town International Airport). The Hemel-en-Aarde valley (meaning Heaven on Earrth) is famous for its vineyards, which provides the dramatic backdrops for Bona Dea Private Estate’s sophisticated wedding and conference events.

Bona Dea Private Estate is considered to be the best wedding venue in which to experience the ultimate, in unique wedding venue luxury, in the Western Cape.

This Award Winning Wedding Venue in Cape Town is a bold renovation incorporating the original Cape styled farmhouse and is tailored to be the ultimate in privacy and exclusivity. Enjoy light, airy indoor/outdoor spaces, pure elegance décor designed to perfection, thoughtfully conceived with everything the discerning wedding couple or could wish for to create their bespoke wedding or corporate host could wish for.

Bona Dea has a sophisticated and dedicated wedding planning team capable of organising and co-ordinating entire events for up to 160 guests in the lavish ballroom or conferences and gala dinners for 200 guests.

Our unique and bespoke wedding packages are flexible and personalised to suit every clients’ individual needs. The Estate offers a wide range of event-critical services on-site, such as co-ordination, creative styling, floristry and décor equipment and furniture hire to ensure that your unique wedding or corporate event is memorable and spectacular.

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