Relaxing get away

Delaire Graff’s Latest Jewel: Chef Kayla-Ann Osborn

Posted on Mon November 2, 2020.

Situated just two-minutes up the road from De Zeven, Delaire Graff dedicates itself to beauty in all its forms. During a visit to the estate you'll hear things like, "much like polishing a diamond to reveal its brilliance, jeweller Laurence Graff has transformed an extraordinary natural setting into a world-class destination for wine, art, cuisine and escape from the every day."

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The Protea: The Flower of the Season and the People

Posted on Fri September 18, 2020.

"Proteas are to fynbos what salt and pepper are to the spice rack: the golden children" – Kate Black

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A Taste of Local at De Zeven

Posted on Thu July 23, 2020.

During a stay at De Zeven, you will experience luxury hospitality, but with a feeling of a home away from home. You will also see see plenty of local brands represented, giving you a taste of the Banhoek Valley while you are enjoying a slice of heaven, surrounded by beautiful mountain vistas and true local experiences.

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See De Zeven With New Eyes

Posted on Tue May 19, 2020.

The last few months have made us appreciate more than we could ever have imagined, for no longer will we spend this year's winter months surrounded by guests as they make unforgettable memories. No longer will we casually go for a hike and look down at De Zeven from new heights, and no longer will we hear the sounds of wine glasses and "cheers" and the aroma of freshly brewed coffee permeating through our lodge. Times have changed, and while this time indoors is temporary, it has shaped a new way of thinking amongst us all as we learn to appreciate the simple moments in life.

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De Zeven Then And Now: Looking Back at Our Year of Growth

Posted on Tue December 10, 2019 in Banhoek Valley.

Richard Holmes recently wrote an article about De Zeven for the distinguished Stellenbosch Visio Magazine and it got us thinking about the changes we've seen in the first year of De Zeven, especially in the expansion of our garden. We dug around in the archives and discovered a few pictures from when we started and compared it to where we are today.

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