Pay R1199 for two night’s accommodation at Alluvia, valued at R2800 (save 57%)
- Save 57% on a two nights stay for two people
- Accommodation on prestigious Stellenbosch wine farm
- Luxury rooms
- Groupon includes continental breakfast and a bottle of wine
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
Wine tasting. A Past time enjoyed by both high-brow members of society who can spell Chardonnay and the regular down at the bar who can’t spell at all. However, wine tasting often leads to a bit of light headedness and a necessity to find somewhere to stay closer to where the wine tasting happened. Not with today’s Groupon: Two night’s accommodation at Alluvia including bed and breakfast for R1199.
Whether you consider yourself a wine connoisseur or just someone who likes to sip on a glass during dinner doesn’t matter at Alluvia. No matter where you turn on this wine farm, wine is going to find you. However, not just any wine as Alluvia encapsulates the true spirit of wine as they constantly challenge the traditional wine making methods to produce top quality bottles time and time again.
However, this deal isn’t about the wine, well besides the bottle you get with this Groupon, but rather the accommodation within the vineyards. The care and detail that is put into each guests stay at Alluvia is as intricate as that which goes into their wine. You and a partner can enjoy two nights on this gorgeous Stellenbosch farm and enjoy a hearty continental breakfast every morning too.
Choose from one of the luxury rooms fitted with all the amenities one could need while staying on a wine farm in Stellenbosch. Each of the rooms is designed and decorated to provide a tranquil environment. After a restful night’s slumber in one of these havens of tranquility enjoy breakfast and head off on the Stellenbosch wine route or simply savor the tastes of the farm back in your room.
Grape-tasting fact: When Einstein was born he immediately said his first word. This word was “grape” which went on to be the name of his imaginary Ogre. The friendship between the two later became the basis of a novel written by Einstein’s sister, titled “An Ogre named Gustav.”