The superior surrounds of this tranquil hideaway together with the dedicated events team create a strikingly beautiful and deeply meaningful memorable occasion for the engaged couple.
We have two wonderful venues and a package to suit any bride and groom for their special day. Simbithi Country Club, built around a huge fig tree, which creates the focal point of the restaurant, a bar, a lounge, swimming pool and children's area and extensive outdoor decking, was completed in December 2009. The building is over 3,500m2 and is a privately owned, family oriented country club located in the 430 hectares within Simbithi Eco Estate. The exquisite surroundings, amenities and personal attention you receive elevates Simbithi Country Club to one of the area's most prestigious venues.
There is a large multi-purpose hall, the Pavilion Room, at Simbithi Country Club, which opens up onto the top level and swimming pool deck. This caters for functions as well as weddings. Simbithi Country Club have a strategic partnership with Alexis Pitt Events, who has over 25 years in the wedding industry, and Alexis Pitt Events and our team will be on hand to assist you with any of your wedding plans, from stationery right through to the bows on your flower arrangements, ensuring a beautiful stress free day for the special couple.
The Pavilion Room can seat between 180 – 200 guests and is unique, in the sense that it offers spectacular views of the Simbithi golf course as well as distant ocean views. This is the ideal venue with in house catering facilities and bar service adding to the convenience.
The John Platter Wine Gallery is also available for anyone looking for a smaller more intimate wedding and can seat between 30 – 50 guests. This venue offers beautiful views of the deck and golf course and is named after our renown resident, Mr John Platter.
Simbithi County Club is easily accessible with ample secure parking and is perfectly placed 30 minutes north of Durban, 20 minutes from Umhlanga and 10 minutes from the King Shaka International Airport. It is accessed via a network of existing roads with the N2 linking Simbithi to Durban.