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Daddy is Feeling rather Special and Generous this Winter

Daddy is Feeling rather Special and Generous this Winter

Bed and breakfast … Pah, but what about dinner? Daddy doesn’t want you to go hungry, so he’s come up with a winter bed, breakfast and dinner special (weekends only). When it’s raining outside you won’t need to venture into the cold, grey outdoors: You can stay, nice and warm, tucked up with the Daddy, good wine and scrumptious comfort food.

No doubt about it now, Cape Town is the best

No doubt about it now, Cape Town is the best

It’s official: Cape Town is the number one tourist destination in the world! And this hasn’t been decided by a select few, but by TripAdvisor, the customer-driven travel advisory website. Cape Town was voted the Number One Destination of the Top 25 Destinations in the World in the 2011 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards.

The City Bowl Market on Hope: The Incidental Daddy

The City Bowl Market on Hope: The Incidental Daddy

There’s something special about shopping at a market: The fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables lovingly collected, the people behind the products, inviting aromas of beautifully prepared food and the buzz of happy voices as friends – and foodies – meet and catch up over carefully selected spoils.

Machineri to Perform at the Grand Daddy

Machineri to Perform at the Grand Daddy

Cape Town band Machineri has been one of the most pleasant surprises to hit the local music scene in recent years, with their infectious blend of blues, rock and folk proving a hit time and again with fans across the country. This intelligent and creative three-piece is sure to keep you entertained when they perform live at the Sky Bar on May 6, 2011 at 18h00.

Masiphumelele: Calls for Help after the Fire

Masiphumelele: Calls for Help after the Fire

Being a Grand Daddy also means being a caring Daddy, and that’s why we’re helping to gather as much support as possible for the residents of Masiphumelele after a fire gutted the northern area of the Cape Town settlement in the early hours of Monday morning (May 2, 2011).