Dimora Felicita is a wedding venue surrounded by 100 hectares of untouched Cape Fynbos, boasting panoramic views of the Kleinrivier Mountains, which will make for the perfect fairy-tale wedding.
With its Tuscan styled interior and exterior, Dimora Felicita can be described as a place where you feel like you have traveled back in time. The banqueting hall is triple volume with exposed wooden beams hosting a large medieval fireplace and has a floor space of about 100 square meters. The rustic chandeliers and a Juliette balcony adds to the ambiance and makes that very little décor is required to create your dream venue.
The banqueting hall at Dimora has a capacity of up to 70 guests for comfortable seating, and to keep the intimate ambiance.
The enclosed terrace adjoining the banqueting hall, which opens up onto the pool with breathtaking views, can further accommodate more guests, depending on your seating arrangements, and is perfect for pre-celebration drinks and snack. Also, an ideal area for a dance floor to have a good boogie into the morning hours.
Couples have the option to have their wedding ceremony out on the lawn near the pool, inside the hall or in our own Milkwood forest by the dam.
We include three double suites for the bridal couple, family or closes friends at Dimora Felicita. Our guest accommodation, Villa Felicita, can further accommodate 8 guests in two double bedrooms and a third set out with 4 single beds. For the other guests, we can suggest accommodation establishments in the vicinity, within a 15min drive, and a shuttle can be arranged to transport these guests to and from the venue.
Felicita will provide a tailored made quotation to suite your budget. The options are endless.
We can arrange everything for the special day and you won’t have to worry about a thing and just show up and enjoy the day or you can be the ‘hands-on’ one that arranges all your own services, caterers, décor etc.
We strive to provide all the comforts needed to please the bride and groom as well as their guests to make it the most memorable day ever.