The most wonderful scenes here yesterday with dark rain clouds and a beautiful full double rainbow over Wyndford. Unfortunately the pot of gold did not land on us – we were once again bridesmaids and not the bride at the AA Awards ceremony in Durban yesterday!
We have therefore had our four weddings and a funeral… Bliksem, our bull up and died suddenly as did one of our cows, so maybe next time …. Be assured that we always strive to give our best service and most memorable holidays whatever the awards might say!
Once again Wyndford guests are stretching boundaries! Yesterday a new minimum age for abseiling went to six year old Stacey Robinson who went down with panache observed by her proud family. This morning, Shane along with two guests did the return from Ibis gorge in 18 minutes…beating the horses on the same trail!
We have recently had special moments watching family groups celebrating landmark birthdays – maybe we should have a new record for the oldest… It is always good to see families spending time having fun and reconnecting without the stresses of everyday life.
For those of you following the upgrade progress, the curtain fabric for the dining room has at long last arrived and maybe by the end of May we will have our new look! Dorchester fans will be happy to know that as of yesterday the old bathroom no longer exists, and that next time you come, you will be able to enjoy a shower in this wonderful old rondavel!
We look forward to being able to give you a warm Wyndford welcome, hearty food and great time round the fire, remembering that at Wyndford there are no strangers, only friends you haven’t met yet!
Hoping to hear from you soon
Have a great day
Best regards from us all at Wyndford