Abalone House, Paternoster on the Cape West Coast.
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  • February 4, 2010
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Abalone House, Paternoster on the Cape West Coast.

Ian and Lise Manley have won the public relations accounts for the annual Riebeek Valley Olive Festival as well as Abalone House, a new five-star boutique guest house in Paternoster on the Cape West Coast.

The Manley’s will represent the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival for both 2010 and 2011. Now in its 10th year, the 2010 Riebeek Valley Olive Festival will be held from 30 April to 2 May. It is undisputedly the largest festival in South Africa devoted to the hallowed olive but is also an opportunity to sample wines, especially the Shiraz varietal from the many established estates as well as local farm produce found in the Riebeek Valley.

Located in the quaint fisherman village of Paternoster, Abalone House, opens this month and boasts 10 magnificent suites, designed around a tranquil, central courtyard. Eight of the rooms have sweeping sea views and many have intimate outdoor relaxation areas. There’s even a rooftop Jacuzzi, with a panoramic sea view, or cool off in the elegant swimming pool, surrounded by a colourful potted garden.

Manley Communications is a Perception Management Consultancy. Under the leadership of Ian and Lise Manley, the company represents luxury hotels, fine-dining restaurants and exclusive wine estates in South Africa.

Source www.travelwires.com

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