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Tuesday, 14 December 2010 08:18

Oaklands Country Manor

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The wedding venue

Oaklands was founded in 1860 by Bob Hall, an English millionaire who acquired the property as a gift for his wife. Initially run as a game farm, Oaklands took its name from an Oak forest that was planted nearby to supply duiselbooms - the long poles that hitched oxen to their wagons. The property has since been owned and managed by a string of colourful characters including a clairvoyant who is said to have hosted séances on hotel's upper floors, and a South African provincial cricket captain.

Venture out of the city and into our countryside retreat, where scenic surroundings, excellent facilities and friendly, efficient service combine to create a welcoming atmosphere which sets the scene for a good time. Oaklands Country Manor's service offering is uniquely tailored to suit each guest, and it is this which sets us apart as the perfect venue for a memorable occasion

At Oaklands Country Manor in KwaZulu Natal we specialise in intimate country style weddings, each one personalised to create a uniquely magical day for the couple and their guests. The venue is exclusively reserved for the wedding party, ensuring that no effort is spared in coordinating the day the couple will always remember.


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