Hoogeland Wedding and Function venue, on top of the picturesque town, Paarl, with breathtaking views from the wooden decks and the calming sound of cascading water. A little piece of heaven waiting for you to visit.
This magnificent venue features some options for you to plan your dream wedding or celebration. There is a covered deck available with beautiful mountain views and a covered romantic chapel steps away from the reception area.
There are several seat pocket areas on a lush lawn surrounded with nature, views over Paarl, nature sounds, trees, scrubs, and fynbos, making this a photographer's dream with endless backdrops of the mountains and the waterfall in the main venue area. This leads you to a surprise, a dreamy forest. Endless backdrops for the photographer enabling them to be creative.
What makes this even more attractive and cost-effective is the accommodation offered on this sanctuary. A romantic and stylish honeymoon suite in the main building where you wake up in the morning with endless uninterrupted views of the picturesque town Paarl and surrounding areas. There is a little wooden cabin (very suitable for the guys getting ready) also in the venue and nature area available for optional accommodation.
With several romantic walkways surrounded with nature leading you to the main venue, where you enter this area and it takes your breath away. A cascading waterfall inviting you to forget about everything and you can just absorb this beauty and sounds of the calming waterfall.
This is the venue you would love to book for your wedding. You can even be hosting your next celebration in nature, a sanctuary where you can linger for hours with only nature surrounding you. We were honoured to share these moments with a couple on a recent intimate wedding.
This true gem showcases the owners love and devition to their property, they will assist you in any way needed, making sure your occasion will be memorable.
Contact Brink on 0741744744 to arrange an appointment and show you around.
Photographer: Susan Smit
Assistant Photographer: Rynhard Niemand