Halloween @ Surval

Halloween Movie Night at Surval Boutique Olive Estate on 2 November 2018 at 18:30. Fun night for the whole family. Food stalls available. For more information contact 076 256 3519 or email...

Grandparents Day

Grandparents Day at Surval Boutique Olive Estate on 7 October 2018. To be a grandparent is to experience the joy of unconditional...

April 2018 Bride

How many venues did you look at and why did you choose Surval? What sold Surval to you? We looked at one before we came to Surval. We had about 6 other venues lined up to go look at. After we came to Surval we were sold. I went to Surval a few years ago and fell in...

January 2018 Bride

January Bride – Kelly Byles How many venues did you look at and why did you choose Surval? What sold Surval to you? “Juan and I had been together 8 years when he proposed, over the years we had been to so many weddings together and seen so many venues...

Oudtshoorn Cycling Event

The Surval “Stof en Teer”/Dust and Tar takes place on 27 October 2018. This is a unique cycling event in the heart of the Klein Karoo – Oudtshoorn. For more information, contact Corné at...

Women’s Day High Tea

Why not celebrate Women’s Day with a High Tea at Surval Boutique Olive Estate. There will be big prizes up for grabs. For more information or to book, contact...

Father’s Day @ Surval

Father’s Day is a day to show that man in your life how much he means to you. And if the quickest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, what better way than to treat him to a sumptuous lunch at our restaurant, Su Casa. Make this Father’s Day a...

Chris Slabber reveals

“Chris Slabber reveals the hidden beauty of his subject and medium, his works takes on a new intensity that frees it from its physical trammels, transcends it, dissolves it into a new sensory field of reference. It is only by entering his work of art, becoming...

Chaine Afrique du Sud July newsletter

The 2017 South African Chaîne AGM and Chapitre were held on the Surval Boutique Olive Estate in the Klein Karoo, on the foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains. The name, which appropriately means “they who bear honey”, is said to derive from a Khoikhoi tribe that once...

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