Easter is just around the corner, and as schools are on break, many parents are wondering what to do to keep their children entertained until school resumes on April 2.

Have an Easter family feast

From 12pm until sunset on 21 April, the President Hotel, located in picturesque Bantry Bay, invites guests and locals alike to indulge in a bountiful buffet lunch that the whole family will enjoy.

Diners can choose from comfort-classics such as Cape Malay pickled fish, roast beef sirloin with horseradish and Yorkshire pudding, along with a  wide array of delectable desserts.

Adults can cherish some much-needed leisure time, relaxing on loungers by the pool, while kids will be playfully preoccupied with arts and crafts, Easter egg hunts and more. All the children will be under the supervision of the hotel’s ever-friendly, dedicated childminding team.

For families and guests wanting to upgrade their holiday experience, the hotel is also offering a chance to save 40% off the standard booking rate while kids under 12 stay for free.

 

 

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Contact: 021 434 8111

Address: 4 Alexander Rd, Bantry Bay, Cape Town, 8001

Website: presidenthotel.co.za

Have a buffet breakfast and watch the kids hunt for eggs

You can’t go wrong with hot cross buns and Easter inspired pastries and desserts complimenting classic brunch menu items such as Mediterranean meze; scrumptious buttermilk scones served with jam and Chantilly cream; ever-popular Eggs Benedict; banana spiced French Toast; and finger-licking lemon-cream cheese pancakes.

Top this off with an Easter-inspired cocktail on arrival and an Easter egg hunt for the kids and your day is made at the Cape Milner.

 At just R320.00 per person, this sumptuous feast kicks off at 11am on Easter Sunday.
 
The hotel also has special delights in store for out of towners: Easter Sunday will kick off with a special Easter breakfast buffet, followed by an Easter egg hunt around the pool for the kids. Accommodating staff will also help kids paint their own Easter eggs while Mom and Dad relax by the pool. Guests will receive a hot cross bun and hot chocolate upon check in, and a Lindt bunny on turndown.

Contact: 021 426 1101

Address: 2 Milner Rd, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, 8001

Website: capemilner.com

Enjoy wine in the beautiful Winelands
Come out for a full-on easter experience, complete with an Easter egg hunt, live music, and delicious treats. There’s lots of other entertainment for the kids including face painting, a jumping castle and a giant Easter egg to decorate. For parents, it’s a chance for a laid back afternoon relaxing with wine and an Easter food basket at Grande Provence wine estate in Franschhoek.

 

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Contact:  021 876 8600

Address: Main Rd, Franschhoek, 7690

Website: grandeprovence.co.za

Catch an open-air film
What better way to celebrate Easter Sunday than with a family-fun movie, jumping castles, face painting, balloon artists and, of course, an Easter Egg hunt.
The Galileo Open Air Cinema will be hosting their annual Easter screening at Kelvin Grove on April 21 showing the much-loved family-friendly film, Hop.

 

 

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Contact: 071 471 8728

Address: Kelvin Grove Club – 44 Campground Rd, Newlands, Cape Town, 7700

Website: thegalileo.co.za

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