AFRICAN Sun Hotels and Resorts says it has completed refurbishments at its Troutbeck Resort which reopened its doors today.
The resort’s shutdown was prompted as a result of the national lockdown prompted the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a statement, African Sun said the group took advantage of the lockdown to complete refurbishments to ensure it keeps in touch with modern and international trends
“African Sun Hotels and Resorts will be reopening Troutbeck Resort from the 1st of July since the closure of all business operations earlier this year in March in accordance to the national lockdown following the global outbreak of the Covid 19 Pandemic. African Sun Hotels and Resorts took this opportunity to complete refurbishments at Troutbeck Resort to ensure we keep up with modern and international trends as well as the ever-changing needs of the 21st century customer who is looking for value for money.
Guests booking in the months of July and August get to enjoy up to 50% off accommodation.” said the group.
Troutbeck Resort was founded by Major Herbert Macllwaine in 1947 and has undergone considerable changes over the years.
The just completed refurbishment covered the reception area, restaurant, kitchen, sun lounge, main lounge, an additional coffee shop, a gazebo and an all new braai area across the river.
AfSun said a new 16-seater solar paneled boat, mountain bikes as well as an outdoor fitness centre which includes eight obstacles for the fitness lovers have been added to the activities pool.
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