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Join us at Kat-Man-Doo for another gay male only weekend with over-the-top carnival delights from 19 – 21 August 2011 ... a sizzling weekend not to be missed.
Fun-filled evenings in a circus-like atmosphere will await the guests – with dancers draped in feather boas and beads, doing the samba and the rumba, sensual dance music thumping with Carmen Mirandas lurking in the corners. Delectable dishes and fiery drinks will round off the sultry evenings.
Limited space is available and bookings are essential. If you book Friday and Saturday, Sunday night is on the house.
Michael Smith, proprietor of Kat-Man-Doo, says: “After the biggest Pride on earth, Sao Paolo Pride, was attended by the current Mr. Gay South Africa and Mr. Gay World, Francois Nel, we plan to bring the carnival to us”.
Saturday night is open to all LGBTI people from Dullstroom locals or elsewhere to party the night away. Entry will be R50 per person and doors open at 8 pm. (To book for the Saturday night party only, mail email@example.com).
Offering an excellent restaurant, spa facilities, steam room, jacuzzi, sauna and excellent service, Kat-Man-Doo takes place once a month at Dullstroom’s leading boutique hotel. It is AA superior graded and has a 5 star rating from the SA grading council. Its rooms range from 107 square meters with mini-bar, fireplaces, satellite television and all other mod-cons like underfloor heating in the bathrooms to other that are more intimate and small: like a tin with marshmallows and skewers to treat your lover with a barbecued sweet treat …
Kat-Man-Doo is an exclusive gay-run retreat, set in the heart of the magnificent trout fishing village of Dullstroom. It reveals the timelessness of a bygone era combined with the luxury, elegance and breathtaking surroundings. Your hosts welcome you to this exceptional retreat and gracious country house with personal service and attention to detail.
To Book for 19-21 August, or stay the Sunday night as well for free, mail Chris firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 078-569-6910.