New suspension bridge graces Glencove wedding venue at Glenburn Lodge .                                  25% saving on venue hire from July – December 2014, on Fridays and Saturdays

The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn. And the newly built suspension bridge at Glenburn Lodge is definitely one to cross, especially for brides on their way to the altar at the beautiful Glencove venue in Muldersdrift. The venue is flanked on the one side by a natural forest and an outdoor garden chapel on the other side.

 Glenburn Lodge suspension bridge

To celebrate the inauguration of the new bridge, Glenburn Lodge is offering a special discount to wedding parties between July and December this year.  A 20% discount applies to the R8 500 venue hire – a massive saving which can be used towards your bar bill, wedding dress or décor. A minimum of 60 guests apply and the wedding must be booked, confirmed and deposit paid two months before the wedding date for the special to apply.

The suspension bridge is built and supported by cables, anchored at both ends, which spans the Crocodile River. The Crocodile River often floods in the rainy season and during a flash flood last year the brick and mortar bridge was washed away, along with massive destruction to neighbouring wedding venue gardens along the river.

The design of a suspension bridge is quite simple; it takes advantage of several techniques to distribute the weight of the bridge safely and evenly. In addition to being strong and lightweight, these bridges are beautiful, and some of them have won the title of being the most photographed bridges in the world such as the San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge and New York’s Brooklyn Bridge.


Enquiries and booking: Lee-Anne Tel 011 668 1600 | banquet@glenburn.co.za  http://www.glenburn.co.za



Words by Christa Badenhorst | Group Marketing & PR: Guvon Hotels & Spas

For images or further info: Brenda Dooge on crm@guvonhotels.co.za

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