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High five for the big five: self-drive tours
Veering off the beaten track is not entirely without its challenges - particularly for your car
Druk My Niet Stud: where agriculture meets epicure
A working farm in Tulbagh provides the ideal ambience for a relaxed weekend away
La Petite Colombe at Le Quartier Français is the next big foodie hit
Five-star food, imaginative art and sumptuous offerings make for a luxurious getaway at this boutique hotel in Franschhoek
West Coast Wander: family ties, Finns and fishing in Velddrif
An amalgamation of natural beauty and regional industry gives this town its distinctive appeal
Cape Town’s Radisson RED is challenging the traditional hotel model
We chat to hotel curator Dale Simpson to get the inside story on the newest member of the city's Silo district
Radisson RED curator Dale Simpson With rooms that reflect cool designer studios, striking work by Cameron Platter and emerging local artists, and a magnetic energy that runs throughout the space, Radisson RED is set to become one of the city’s top contemporary hotels. We sat down with hotel curator Dale Simpson to get a sn
West Coast Wander: remembering the St Helena Bay butchery
Until its closing in the early 90s, the butchery in St Helena Bay served everyone from holidaymakers to the local fishing community
Spend a winter weekend in Camps Bay
Enjoy a delightful winter escape overlooking the sea at South Beach boutique hotel
Explore Gondwana Game Reserve’s Ulubisi House
A hidden treasure for those in search of a luxury safari experience in the Western Cape
Country comfort at Dunstone Manor
Fringed by the Groenberg mountain range, this sumptuous, self-catering manor house provides luxury living in the small town of Wellington
Roxanne Robinson’s 24-hour Durban food guide
Discover the best places to eat, drink and snack in the city and surrounds
In House and Leisure‘s August 2017 issue, trend forecaster Roxanne Robinson maps out her must-visit spots in a favourite Durban precinct: Florida Road. A woman after our own heart, she’s also put together the ultimate foodie guide to Durban that will have you sorted, with 24 hours’ worth of meals, drinks and snacks in the city and surrounds. ‘Basically when people come to visit me, this is a good set of spots to start with that are around Berea and downtown in the city,’ she says. ‘Although, if someone just wanted one treat in the city, I would send them down to the promenade for a mas
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