Plettenberg Bay South African restaurant
Susie and Neill Ovenstone introduce The White House' which is situated on one of Plettenberg Bay's oldest properties and re-introduces a fast-disappearing historical element to the town. The simple Cape style of the buildings echoes the form of the original 100 year old cottage, and is complemented by the gracefully contemporary interiors.
The venue or 'White House' as it has become known, has been designed to accommodate a range of special affairs such as weddings, birthday parties and conferences.
In addition to this the sprung floor makes the venue ideal for ballet performances, contemporary dance and theatre.
The courtyard is an ideal meeting place for guests before the function starts and the proximity of the Nguni restaurant which faces onto the same courtyard, makes for a very convenient catering facility. The White House is fully licensed, while Nguni's two top chefs (with 15 years experience between them), are able to meet all banqueting requirements.