Fancourt, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, consists of the Fancourt hotel and the award-winning Manor House, which together offer 133 rooms and suites.
Picking up the trophy for South Africa’s Leading Country House Hotel, Jayne Barlow, hotel manager at The Manor House at Fancourt, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have been honoured by voters at the World Travel Awards.
Fancourt, located on the famous Garden Route in South Africa, has announced the launch of its brand new leisure centre, which will officially open its doors to guests later this month. This state-of-the-art new facility has been carefully designed to cater for the whole family.
Ethos Marketing has partnered with travel PR consultancy Hamilton Public Relations to promote two luxury hotels in South Africa. Ethos, which specialises in UK sales and marketing for Africa and Indian Ocean hotels, will work with Hamilton Public Relations to raise the profile of two of its luxury hotels, Steenberg in Cape Town’s Constantia Valley and Fancourt on the famous “Garden Route.”
Renowned for its picturesque setting on the Garden Route, Fancourt offers the ultimate leisure and lifestyle destination to families and individual travellers alike. Now, with the new Manor House accepting guests and a revitalised spa offering being unveiled, there is more on offer here at this leading resort than ever before. Breaking Travel News takes a look.
Fancourt’s Hotel General Manager Kerrin Titmas, 33, has been appointed to succeed the current Chief Operating Officer in the position of Chief Executive Officer from 01 April 2010.
Fancourt has kicked off 2010 with flair, by the unveiling of twenty-eight refashioned luxury Garden Suites. The timing is perfect, as Africa’s Leading Resort has an action-packed year ahead, hosting three prestigious golf events in the next three months, as well as the Japanese football team during the 2010 Football World Cup.