#TeeOFF4Tourism – Cape Summer Villas hosting golf challenge in aid of Plettenberg Bay hospitality sector

Cape Summer Villas

South Africa’s tourism sector is currently in a dire situation and Cape Summer Villas has jumped on board to assist the unemployed within the Plettenberg Bay hospitality industry. 

As a boutique collection of properties within the Western Cape, Cape Summer Villas believes that it has to get on board and add its voice to the collective of ever-growing awareness campaigns such as #ServeUsPlease #Tourisminmyblood #JobsSavesLives as a means to place a bit of pressure on the government to re-open the tourism sector. 

Paul Duverge, Group General Manager of Cape Summer Villa Boutique Collection has announced that they are to host a fun golf day – The Cape Summer Villa’s #TeeOff4Tourism challenge on 8 August 2020, at the Goose Valley Country Club in Plettenberg Bay. 

“We’re hoping that this Golf Day initiative of ours will gain momentum and will be picked up by others. We hereby challenge other companies and towns and provinces to start similar initiatives”, he said. 

#TeeOFF4Tourism with Cape Summer Villas

The prime goal of Cape Summer Villas #TeeOff4Tourism Golf Day is to raise funds for the procurement of food parcels for Plettenberg Bay hospitality workers, many of whom are sole breadwinners.

With so much uncertainty surrounding TERS (Temporary Employee Relief Scheme), many families within the sector are without an income – there is little to no work right now due to hospitality businesses being unable to open, while those that are trying to operate, have little to zero income due to restrictions on leisure travel and the prohibition of alcohol sales. 

“We are asking the greater business community to support us by taking part in the day, by sponsoring one of the 18 holes or by sponsoring a prize.

Prizes for the day: 

Grand prize – 5 nights stay within our Cape Summer Villas Boutique collection up to the value of R45 000 making the total prize value for the two winners R90 000.  

There will be plenty prizes up for grabs like hotel vouchers, meal vouchers, golf goodies and lots, lots more.  Prizes up to 20th place will be handed out on the day. Remember to dress up as best dressed team will also win a prize.

Please contact events@skyvilla.co.za or call 084 318 5811 for more information.

About the Cape Summer Villas Boutique Collection 

Cape Summer Villas is a boutique collection of exclusive accommodations in the Western Cape along the Cape Coast to Plettenberg Bay. The properties are well-positioned within close proximity to popular tourist hotspots, offer luxury amenities and cater to the discerning guest. 

All the properties within the group have been carefully selected to showcase their surroundings and feature tastefully decorated interiors, the finest linen and 5-star service.

A privately-owned hotel group, the Cape Summer Villas Collection has a total of nine properties.

These include:

  • 9 on Camp Apartments in the historic suburb of Gardens, Cape Town,
  • 22 Eikehoff Apartment and The Den Apartments in the university town of Stellenbosch.
  • Pringle Bay Villa on the beach in Pringle Bay,
  • Spanish Farm Guest Lodge in Somerset West, with views of False Bay and surrounding mountains,
  • The Oubaai Villa situated in the Oubaai golf estate in close proximity to George airport, and
  • In Plettenberg Bay – the Sky Villa Boutique Hotel with views over the ocean, The Bungalow and The Bungalow Villa right on Hobie Beach.

To book a stay with the Cape Summer Villas Boutique Collection, call +27 87 550 2967 or visit them online at www.capesummervillas.co.za today.


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