In Arts Embrace, Love Takes Flight: for sale

In Arts Embrace, Love Takes Flight

Mooiplaats, Pretoria East, Gauteng, South Africa


145 000 000 ZAR

Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent & CEO (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man (UJ). M.P.R.E.)
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
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Type: Boutique Hotel and Wedding / Conference Venue
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 7
Showers: 7
Parking: 200
Yield: Not Disclosed
TGCSA Rating: 5 Star


Pretoria, also known as Tshwane, is South Africa's administrative capital, serving as the seat of the executive branch of government, and as the host to all foreign embassies to South Africa.

Pretoria straddles the Apies River and extends eastward into the foothills of the Magaliesberg mountains. It has a reputation as an academic city and center of research, being home to the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), the University of Pretoria (UP), the University of South Africa (UNISA), the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and the Human Sciences Research Council. It also hosts the National Research Foundation and the South African Bureau of Standards. Pretoria was one of the host cities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Pretoria is the central part of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality which was formed by the amalgamation of several former local authorities, including BronkhorstspruitCenturionCullinanHammanskraal and Soshanguve. Some have proposed changing the official name from Pretoria to Tshwane, which has caused some public controversy.

Pretoria is named after the Voortrekker leader Andries Pretorius, and South Africans sometimes call it the "Jacaranda City", because of the thousands of jacaranda trees planted along its streets and in its parks and gardens.


Pretoria was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius and chose a spot on the banks of the Apies rivier (Afrikaans for "Monkeys river") to be the new capital of the South African Republic (DutchZuid Afrikaansche Republiek; ZAR). The elder Pretorius had become a national hero of the Voortrekkers after his victory over Dingane and the Zulus in the Battle of Blood River in 1838. The elder Pretorius also negotiated the Sand River Convention (1852), in which the United Kingdom acknowledged the independence of the Transvaal. It became the capital of the South African Republic on 1 May 1860.

The founding of Pretoria as the capital of the South African Republic can be seen as marking the end of the Boers' settlement movements of the Great Trek.

Boer Wars

During the First Boer War, the city was besieged by Republican forces in December 1880 and March 1881. The peace treaty that ended the war was signed in Pretoria on 3 August 1881 at the Pretoria Convention.

The Second Boer War resulted in the end of the Transvaal Republic and start of British hegemony in South Africa. The city surrendered to British forces under Frederick Roberts on 5 June 1900 and the conflict was ended in Pretoria with the signing of the Peace of Vereeniging on 31 May 1902 at Melrose House.

The Pretoria Forts were built for the defence of the city just prior to the Second Boer War. Though some of these forts are today in ruins, a number of them have been preserved as national monuments.

Union of South Africa

The Boer Republics of the ZAR and the Orange River Colony were united with the Cape Colony and Natal Colony in 1910 to become the Union of South Africa. Pretoria then became the administrative capital of the whole of South Africa, with Cape Town serving as the legislative capital and Bloemfontein as the judicial capital. Between 1910 and 1994, the city was also the capital of the province of Transvaal. (As the capital of the ZAR, Pretoria had superseded Potchefstroom in that role.) On 14 October 1931, Pretoria achieved official city status. When South Africa became a republic in 1961, Pretoria remained its administrative capital.


Pretoria is situated approximately 56 km (35 mi) north-northeast of Johannesburg in the northeast of South Africa, in a transitional belt between the plateau of the Highveld to the south and the lower-lying Bushveld to the north. It lies at an altitude of about 1,339 m (4,393 ft) above sea level, in a warm, sheltered, fertile valley, surrounded by the hills of the Magaliesberg range.


Pretoria has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate (KöppenCwa) with long hot, rainy summers, and short, dry and mild winters. The city experiences the typical winters of South Africa, with cold, clear nights and mild to moderately warm days. Although the average lows during winter are mild, it can get cold due to the clear skies, with night time low temperatures in recent years in the range of 2 to −5 °C (36 to 23 °F).

The average annual temperature is 18.7 °C (65.7 °F). This is rather high, considering the city's relatively high altitude of about 1,339 metres (4,393 feet), and is due mainly to its sheltered valley position, which acts as a heat trap and cuts it off from cool southerly and south-easterly air masses for much of the year.

Rain is chiefly concentrated in the summer months, with drought conditions prevailing over the winter months, when frosts may be sharp. Snowfall is an extremely rare event; snowflakes were spotted in 1959, 1968 and 2012 in the city, but the city has never experienced an accumulation in its history.

During a nationwide heat wave in November 2011, Pretoria experienced temperatures that reached 39 °C (102 °F), unusual for that time of the year. Similar record-breaking extreme heat events also occurred in January 2013, when Pretoria experienced temperatures exceeding 37 °C (99 °F) on several days. The year 2014 was one of the wettest on record for the city. A total of 914 mm (36 in) fell up to the end of December, with 220 mm (9 in) recorded in this month alone. In 2015, Pretoria saw its worst drought since 1982; the month of November 2015 saw new records broken for high temperatures, with 43 °C (109 °F) recorded on 11 November after three weeks of temperatures between 35 °C (95 °F) and 43 °C (109 °F). Pretoria reached a new record high of 42.7 °C (108.9 °F) on 7 January 2016.


Geographical distribution of home languages in Pretoria





Northern Sotho



None dominant

Depending on the extent of the area understood to constitute "Pretoria", the population ranges from 700,000 to 2.95 million. The main languages spoken in Pretoria are SepediSetswanaXitsongaAfrikaans and English. The city of Pretoria has the largest white population in Sub-Saharan Africa. Since its founding, it has been a major Afrikaner population centre, and there are roughly 1 million Afrikaners living in or around the city.

Ethnic groups

Even since the end of Apartheid, Pretoria itself has had a white majority, albeit with an ever-increasing black middle-class. However, in the townships of MamelodiSoshanguve and Atteridgeville black people make up close to all of the population. The largest white ethnic group are the Afrikaners and the largest black ethnic group are the Northern Sothos.

The lower estimate for the population of Pretoria includes largely former white-designated areas, and there is therefore a white majority. However, including the geographically separate townships increases Pretoria's population beyond a million and makes whites a minority.

Central business district

Despite the many corporate offices, small businesses, shops, and government departments that are situated in Pretoria's sprawling suburbs, its Central Business District still retains its status as the traditional centre of government and commerce. Many banks, businesses, large corporations, shops, shopping centres, and other businesses are situated in the city centre which is towered by several large skyscrapers, the tallest of which is the Poyntons Building (110 m or 360 ft tall), the ABSA Building (132 m or 433 ft tall) and the Reserve Bank of South Africa building (150 m or 490 ft tall).

The area contains a large number of historical buildings, monuments, and museums that include the Pretoria City HallNational Library of South Africa, Pretorius Square, Church Square (along with its many historical buildings and statues), and the Ou Raadsaal. There is also the Transvaal Museum (the country's leading natural history museum, which although it has changed venues a number of times, has been around since 1892), the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa (or more colloquially known as the Pretoria Zoo), Melrose House Museum in Jacob Maré Street, the Pretoria Art Museum and the African Window Cultural History Museum.

Several National Departments also have Head Offices in the Central Business district such as the Department of Health, Basic Education, Transport, Higher Education and Training, Sport and Recreation, Justice and Constitutional Development, Public Service and Administration, Water and Environmental Affairs and the National Treasury. The district also has a high number of residential buildings which house people who primarily work in the district.

Parks and gardens

Pretoria is home to the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, as well as the Pretoria National Botanical Garden. There are also a number of smaller parks and gardens located throughout the city, including the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, Pretorius Square gardens, the Pretoria RosariumChurch Square, Pretoria Showgrounds, Springbok ParkFreedom ParkJan Cilliers Park and Burgers Park, the oldest park in the city and now a national monument. In the suburbs there are also several parks that are notable: Rietondale Park, "Die Proefplaas" in the Queenswood suburb, Magnolia Dell Park, Nelson Mandela Park and Mandela Park Peace Garden and Belgrave Square Park.

Jacaranda city

Pretoria's nickname "the Jacaranda City" comes from the around 70,000 jacaranda trees that grow in Pretoria and decorate the city each October with their purple blossoms. The first two trees were planted in 1888 in the garden of local gardener, J.D. Cilliers, at Myrtle Lodge on Celliers Street in Sunnyside. He obtained the seedlings from a Cape Town nurseryman who had harvested them in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The two trees still stand on the grounds of the Sunnyside Primary School.

The jacaranda comes from tropical South America and belongs to the family Bignoniaceae. There are around fifty species of jacaranda, but the one found most often in the warmer areas of Southern Africa is Jacaranda mimosifolia.

At the end of the 19th century, the flower and tree grower James Clark imported jacaranda seedlings from Australia and began growing them on a large scale. In November 1906, he donated two hundred small saplings to the Pretoria City Council, which planted them on Koch Street (today Bosman Street). The city engineer Walton Jameson, soon known as "Jacaranda Jim", launched a program to plant jacaranda trees throughout Pretoria, and by 1971 there would already be 55,000 of them in the city.

Most jacarandas in Pretoria are lilac in colour, but there are also white ones planted on Herbert Baker Street in Groenkloof.

The Jacaranda Carnival is an old tradition that was held from 1939 to 1964. After a hiatus of over twenty years, it resumed in 1985. Festivities include a colourful march and the crowning of the Jacaranda Queen.

Pretoria's Indians were ordered to move from Pretoria to Laudium on 6 June 1958.

Gauteng Province

Gauteng is one of the nine provinces of South Africa.

Situated on the Highveld, Gauteng is the smallest province by land area in South Africa. Although Gauteng accounts for only 1.5% of the country's land area, it is home to more than a quarter of its population (26%). Highly urbanised, the province contains the country's largest city, Johannesburg, which is also one of the largest cities in the world. Gauteng is the wealthiest province in South Africa and is considered the financial hub of South Africa; the financial activity is mostly concentrated in Johannesburg. It also contains the administrative capital, Pretoria, and other large areas such as MidrandVanderbijlparkEkurhuleni and the affluent Sandton. Gauteng is the most populous province in South Africa, with a population of approximately 16.1 million, according to mid-year 2022 estimates.


The name Gauteng is derived from Sotho-Tswana gauta, meaning 'gold'. There was a thriving gold industry in the province following the 1886 discovery of gold in Johannesburg. In SesothoSetswana and Sepedi the name Gauteng was used for Johannesburg and surrounding areas long before it was adopted in 1994 as the official name of the province.


Gauteng was formed from part of the old Transvaal Province after South Africa's first multiracial elections on 27 April 1994. It was initially called PretoriaWitwatersrandVereeniging (PWV) and was renamed "Gauteng" on the 28th of June 1995, the same day two other provinces were renamed. The term "PWV" describing the region existed long before the establishment of a province by that name, with the "V" sometimes standing for "Vaal Triangle" rather than Vereeniging.

At the Sterkfontein caves, some of the oldest fossils of hominids have been discovered, such as Mrs. Ples and Little Foot.

Events in this area were not written down until the 19th century;[13] information from before that time is lost or difficult to confirm. The first records are from the early 19th century, when settlers originating from the Cape Colony defeated chief Mzilikazi and started establishing villages in the area.

The city of Pretoria, established in 1855 as the capital of the South African Republic, witnessed rapid growth until the discovery of gold in the Witswatersrand area in 1886, which led to the founding of Johannesburg. Despite slower development compared to Johannesburg, Pretoria maintained significance, notably due to its pivotal role in the Second Boer War. The nearby town of Cullinan gained international acclaim in 1905 when the largest diamond ever discovered, the Cullinan Diamond, was mined there.

Many events crucial to the anti-apartheid struggle happened in present-day Gauteng, such as the Freedom Charter of 1955, Women's March of 1956, Sharpeville massacre of 1960, the Rivonia Trial of 1963 and 1964, the little Rivonia Trial of 1964, the Soweto Uprising of 1976 and Sharpeville Six of 1984. The Apartheid Museum documents this era.

Law and government

Gauteng is governed by the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, a 73-person unicameral legislature elected by party-list proportional representation. The legislature elects one of its members as Premier of Gauteng to lead the executive, and the Premier appoints an Executive Council of up to 10 members of the legislature to serve as heads of the various government departments. The provincial government is responsible for the topics allocated to it in the national constitution, including such fields as basic education, health, housing, social services, agriculture and environmental protection.

The most recent election of the provincial legislature was held on 8 May 2019, and the African National Congress (ANC) won 50.19% of the vote and a 37-seat majority in the legislature. The official opposition is the Democratic Alliance, which won 27.45% of the vote and 20 seats. Other parties represented are the Economic Freedom Fighters with eleven seats and the Freedom Front Plus with three seats. The Inkatha Freedom Party and African Christian Democratic Party hold one seat each. Premier David Makhura of the ANC was re-elected as premier on 22 May 2019, at the first meeting of the legislature after the general election. Makhura resigned from the position on 6 October 2022 and Panyaza Lesufi of the ANC was elected to replace him.

The Gauteng Division of the High Court of South Africa, which has seats in Pretoria and Johannesburg, is a superior court with general jurisdiction over the province. Johannesburg is also home to the Constitutional Court, South Africa's highest court, and to a branch of the Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court.


The undulating hills that form part of the rural areas in the province just north of Johannesburg. Although Gauteng is a heavily urbanised province, much of its area is extensively cultivated for agriculture.

Gauteng's southern border is the Vaal River, which separates it from the Free State. It also borders on North West to the west, Limpopo to the north, and Mpumalanga to the east. Gauteng is the only landlocked province of South Africa without a foreign border. Most of Gauteng is on the Highveld, a high-altitude grassland (circa 1,500 m or 4,921 ft above sea level). Between Johannesburg and Pretoria, there are low parallel ridges and undulating hills, some part of the Magaliesberg Mountains and the Witwatersrand. The north of the province is more subtropical, due to its lower altitude and is mostly dry savanna habitat.

Witwatersrand area

In the southern half of Gauteng, the Witwatersrand area is an older term describing a 120 km wide oblong-shaped conurbation from Randfontein in the West to Nigel in the East, named after the Witwatersrand, a geologically and economically important series of low ridges and their associated plateau that greater Johannesburg developed on. This area is also often referred to simply as "Witwatersrand", "the Rand" or "the Reef" (archaic, after the gold reefs that precipitated the development of the area), and was the "W" in PWV, the initial name for Gauteng. It has traditionally been divided into the three areas of East Rand (governed by the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality), Central Rand (approximately today's Johannesburg Municipality) and West Rand.


The climate is mostly influenced by altitude. Even though the province is at a subtropical latitude, the climate is comparatively cooler, especially in Johannesburg, at 1,700 m (5,577 ft) above sea level (Pretoria is at 1,330 m or 4,364 ft). Most precipitation occurs as brief afternoon thunderstorms; however, relative humidity never becomes uncomfortable. Winters are crisp and dry with frost occurring often in the southern areas. Snow is rare, but it has occurred on some occasions in the Johannesburg metropolitan area.

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In our 5 star wedding Venue our Love dances upon the stars above In a timeless and tasteful beautiful maze. With every stroke of art’s sweet muse We create symphonies, and our hearts collide.

Conversations captured, brushes, pens, colours, lines and Shapes, our hearts collide. Creating masterpieces, side by side. In our Venue tender embrace We mould love with every trace. Sculpting and crafting landscapes that are undefiled. Masterpieces unfold canvases of emotions. Pure and bold, in love’s embrace we shall never fail. At our  Venue, passion resides. Our souls entwined, symphony echoes day by day.

So, let us paint our story together through Whispered words, joy, and wonder. In the Sanctuary of our Venue, Relationships are born and blossom. And as we create, love poems are written. For all of time.


A magnificent equestrian estate, established in 2007, located in the east of Pretoria. Driving up along the tree-lined driveway you are welcomed to an oasis of breath-taking beauty that exudes tranquillity, style, and elegance, coupled with picturesque treed gardens and vast open fields where horses roam.

This 27 hectare property boasts an exquisite home and award-winning wedding & events venues. The luxurious upmarket event space comprise of a fabulous ballroom with private buffet room, and an intimate boutique venue, each with their own bar area, lounge and separate enchanting chapel. The venues have state of the art amenities and lighting, the ideal backdrop for capturing memories to last a lifetime. Boldly featuring a rich, traditional aesthetic combined with contemporary, cutting-edge sophistication to transform any function flawlessly.

These venues can cater from 60 to 300 guests. There are two luxurious guesthouses accommodating 14 guests including the two fabulous bridal suites. Secret areas, covered patios & four gazebos, ideal al fresco nooks with plenty of gathering space for all of your event requirements. Enchanting water features are dotted around this serene and romantic setting where the possibilities are endless.

The main house is substantial in size and presentation, a statement of exemplary, elegant and modern living. It is a family home with four bedrooms that illustrates architectural flair, quality and craftsmanship. A beautiful kitchen with sandstone finishes and a breakfast island. A spacious terrace spans the one side of the house overlooking the grand sparkling pool.

Adjacent to the main house is a spacious one bedroomed apartment with open plan kitchen, living and dining area and an en-suite bedroom with walk through closet space. An utterly unique property that superbly blends an air of sophistication with an unpretentious, relaxed atmosphere. This property will positively wow, and is definitely a must-see for the serious investor.

Property Features

  • 27 hectares of rolling landscape.
  • Two award-winning wedding/conference venues
  • Two chapels
  • Two large impeccable state-of-the-art industrial kitchens.
  • Generator in place to bridge any electrical interruptions.
  • Ample overhead heating stations
  • A reception room flanked by two offices.
  • Main House,contemporary 4 bedrooms en-suite, 2 lounges, 2 offices, 2 kitchens
  • Large pool
  • Two luxurious guest cottages
  • Managers two bedroomed apartment, with bathroom, lounge and kitchenette.
  • A staff compound that can accommodate 13 staff.
  • A gatehouse, ample undercover parking, storage & workshops complete all requirements for an estate of this nature.
  • Décor & bridal consultation studio
  • Two yoga studios
  • Equestrian Centre with 33 stables, 2 dressage arenas, jumping arena and 2 exercise rings plus managers office.
  • Open parking space – 200 vehicles.
  • Situated outside Pretoria 45 minutes from OR Tambo International Airport

Our 5 Star Wedding & Conference Venue

We are a Five-star Wedding & Conference Venue, in Pretoria, Gauteng, an oasis of beauty and tranquility. Nestled amidst the serene countryside, our Wedding & Conference Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, exudes an unparalleled sense of refined elegance that awakens the senses and inspires the soul.

This bespoke haven is a celebration of all things luxurious, where every detail is carefully curated to create a one-of-a-kind experience that is as unique as it is unforgettable. As you wander the enchanting grounds, the gentle neighs of horses roaming in the distance transport you to a simpler, more peaceful time. The sprawling estate is a true feast for the eyes, with its lush gardens and rolling hills providing the perfect backdrop for a day of celebration.

We offer a UNIQUE – “One-Stop-Shop” service! With a Holistic Provider approach: We here at our 5 Star Wedding & Conference Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng,use your love story as Inspiration!

But the true star of the show is the cuisine. From the first bite to the last, every dish is a masterpiece, expertly crafted using only the finest ingredients and presented with an artist’s eye for detail. The culinary delights are sure to leave your taste buds dancing with delight and your heart full of contentment.

So, if you’re seeking an elegant 5-star elegant country venue that is as exquisite as it is welcoming, where everything can be designed and arranged for you, look no further than our 5-star Wedding and Conference Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng.

This is a place where dreams are brought to life, memories are made, and love is celebrated in all its splendor. We have taken measures to ensure uninterrupted power supply during power outages by installing both a backup generator and a solar panel system. This allows us to continue functioning even when there are disruptions to the main power supply.

Our 5 Star Wedding & Conference Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng is a – “One-Stop-Shop“. The Phrase below emphasizes the idea that the provides takes a comprehensive approach to meet its customers’ needs!

A Holistic Provider – We here at our Venue use your love story as Inspiration! This wedding and conference venue exudes luxury, yet is affordable!

Amazing Wedding Cuisine

Experience A Personalised Menu Which Caters For A Wide Variety Of Tastes, Styles And Culture To Suit Your Special Event.

The owner has always had a passion for arts and culture! Every aspect of our 5 Star Venue reflects the heart and soul of the owner.

At its core, elegance is the characteristic of being “graceful and stylish in appearance or manner.” Elegance is attractive, mature, and sophisticated while still being approachable. Elegance, particularly in design and personal style, is one of the first qualities that outsiders notice, and elegance certainly causes a favourable and lasting first impression.

It is this Breath-taking Elegant  5 Star Wedding Venue on a beautiful Country Estate with horses roaming that resonates with ones’ soul recognising the love the owner had been dedicated to! Over the years, the owner expanded her vision, building the Intimate Boutique Venue and chapel for more intimate weddings and events. All the hard work the owner put into this piece of art really shows! The style truly evokes so many emotions and brings a smile to one’s face!


Our 5 Star Wedding Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, has a total of seven rooms on the property which is split between the Main and Boutique Venue. We are affiliated with several Guesthouses near Chez Charlene with more than enough rooms to accommodate guests! We can also arrange shuttle services at an additional cost to ensure the comfort and security of your guests.

At the Main venue, we have four double rooms that can cater for a total of eight guests, which include your Honeymoon suite for the night of your wedding when you booked the Main Venue.

At the Boutique venue, we have three double rooms that can cater for a total of six guests, which include your Honeymoon suite for the night of your wedding when you book the Boutique Venue. These rooms are usually booked for the bride and groom’s family.

5 Star Wedding & Conference Venue

Our 5 Star Wedding & Conference Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng (capacity-350x pax round tables, 400x pax banquet style with dancefloor), offers majestic chandeliers, full in-house state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment, wooden dance floor, teak bar, cigar lounge, patios, air-conditioned and a separate buffet station.

The main venue chapel embodies romance, elegance, and beauty. Décor allows photographers to take photos in style for timeless memories. This elegant chapel seats up to 350pax and is fully air-conditioned and equipped with sound allowing our sound engineer smooth-running service on all levels.

Our venue is designed in an artistic manner, with attention paid to every detail to create a luxurious and romantic atmosphere. The interior of the venue features high ceilings, chandeliers, and ornate mirrors, all adding to the grandeur of the space.

The colours used are soft and muted, creating a warm and inviting ambience.

The main area of our 5 Star Wedding Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, is a spacious ballroom that can accommodate many guests. The ballroom features a stage, and a dance floor, making it the perfect space for a formal event or a romantic wedding reception. The ballroom’s windows are draped with luxurious 100% Silk & Cotton curtains that filter the natural light and create a soft, dreamy ambience.


Main venue chapel embodies romance, elegance and beauty. Décor allows photographers to take photos in style for timeless memories. This elegant chapel seats up to 350 pax is fully air-conditioned and equipped with sound allowing a smooth running service on all levels.


Main venue (capacity of 350 pax round tables 400 pax banquet style with dancefloor), offers majestic chandeliers, full in-house state of the art sound anad lighting equipment, wooden dance floor, teak bar, cigar lounge, patios, air-conditioned and a separate buffet station.


Our Venue boasts the grandeur of its flawless architecture coupled with picturesque gardens and lavish fields where horses graze and gallop all the ingredients to create lasting memories. This 27 hectare private estate offers endless possibilities for romantic photos.

Boutique Venue

Our 5 Star Intimate Boutique Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, is an idyllic intimate venue for your smaller weddings, cocktail parties, birthdays, anniversaries, corporate functions, or any other special occasions.

It is stylishly intimate and comfortably seats up to 100 guests including an undercover dance floor on the outside patio. It offers pristine gardens with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Other features include a climate-controlled venue and chapel, full bar facilities, secure parking, 5-star catering, a backup generator and much more.

At our beautiful venue, the trees are towering pillars of nature, adorned with gnarled bark and crowned with canopies of shimmering foliage, inviting you to bask in their ancient wisdom and breathe in the purest of air, best backdrops for capturing moments on your special day!

Let the trees witness your love and inspire you with their resilience and grace, as you embark on a lifetime of adventure, love, and happiness. Our 5 Star Intimate Boutique Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, is sure to impress with its exquisite beauty, Forest Elements all over and impeccable attention to detail.


The Boutique venue chapel seats 100 guests, with all standard décor included in your personalised quotation. The chapel can only be described as chic elegance with specialised technical sound equipment and air conditioners that are managed by our In-house Sound Engineer. Natural light enhances the ambience enabling photographers to create celestial, artful memories of your wedding day.


Our 5 Star Boutique Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, is an exquisite boutique venue that embodies the sophisticated elegance of French style. The venue is enveloped by water ponds, which have been thoughtfully arranged in an artistic manner to create a stunning visual effect. The tranquil sound of running water adds a serene ambience to the space, making it an ideal location for special events, such as weddings, private parties, and corporate functions.


Upon entering our Chez Charlene 5 Star Intimate Boutique Venue, Pretoria, Gauteng, guests are immediately greeted by the breathtaking beauty of the water features that surround the venue. The ponds are surrounded by lush greenery and blooms creating a picturesque backdrop for any occasion. The architecture of the venue is designed to complement the natural surroundings, with sleek lines and subtle curves that add to the overall sophistication of the space.


Driven And Passionate

Whether you are planning a business conference, seminar, training session, product launch, or private event, our Conference Centre has all the amenities you need to make your event a success.

At our Venue, we also cater for your conferencing needs, whether it’s big or small. The Conference Centre is a versatile and modern venue located in a picturesque setting that caters to events ranging from 20 to 350 guests. The venue is spacious and well-equipped with comfortable seating, air conditioning, and ample natural lighting. The design is elegant, and the ambience is conducive to productive meetings, seminars, and conferences. The conference centre also offers catering services, including buffet and sit-down options, with a wide range of menus to suit your specific dietary requirements. The staff is highly professional, attentive, and experienced, ensuring that your event runs smoothly from start to finish.

Main Venue

20 to 350 guests

Package includes: Full PA system, projector and screen, sound engineer, arrival snacks, tea and coffee, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch, notepads and pens, Set-up & Service fee, secure parking and a function manager.

Boutique Venue

10 to 60 guests

Package includes: Full PA system, sound engineer, arrival snacks with tea and coffee, mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks, specially designed lunch, note pads and pens, Set-up & Service fee, secure parking and a function manager.

Holistic Provider

Frequently Asked Questions

Wedding Planning is the ART of helping people visualize their wedding dreams and then making those dreams come true, taking into consideration our client’s needs, and offering solutions in a holistic way! Looking for inspiration in other places such as art advising couples to pivot away from actual weddings, ensuring we create and incorporate your true personalities and styles.

Make sure we align as individuals and as a team to be reckoned with in designing and planning your dreams! And this is precisely what our Venue does when offering its “One-Stop-Shop” services.

Five-star hospitality, world-class cuisine, and service – Best Venue in Gauteng is the trademark of our Venue. It is an oasis of beauty and tranquillity. Situated in the East of Pretoria, we employ staff with experience, matched with personal service, to ensure a memorable day.

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Cliff Jacobs (Nat Dpl Hotel Man (UJ). MPRE. GA Level 5 TEFL)

Managing Principal / CEO

Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Mobile: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951

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Skype: cliff.jacobs


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