The President Hotel's famous doggy high tea returns by popular demand

The President Hotel's famous doggy high tea returns by popular demand

Cape Town - The President Hotel will, once again, host its popular Doggy High Tea on Saturday, 13 April 2024, from 2pm to 4pm. The high tea is usually offered in the summer months so this will be the last one until its revival from October. Tail-wagging excitement awaits both pooches and their parents as they gather for an afternoon of delicious treats and beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Pamper your furry companion with an afternoon spread specially crafted for them, at R225 per pooch, which includes a welcome drink of bone broth. The menu features canine delights, including meatloaf, beef frikkadel, sweet pawtato fritters, irresistible doggy donuts, pupcakes, pupcorn and more.

For the human companions, indulge in your own treats at R250 per parent, including a welcome drink. The menu features coronation chicken finger sandwiches, quiches, vol-au-vents, blinis, , frangipani tarts, profiteroles, macarons and more.

Set against the backdrop of Lion’s Head, with gorgeous ocean views, The President Hotel offers the perfect setting for a memorable afternoon. Guests can enjoy the great vibe while their furry friends mingle and enjoy the company of fellow pups.

Guests can also spoil their pooch and treat them to a stay at the pet-friendly hotel where the room will include doggy beds, bowls and a pet-friendly menu.

To secure your spot at this exclusive event, bookings can be made via WhatsApp at 0713689529 or by email at bookings@presidenthotel.co.za.

For more information, visit www.presidenthotel.co.za

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