The La Roche Estate Santctuary is built on an island in the middle of a lake, with arched windows creating a view that looks upon the surrounding Franschhoek Mountains making this venue an ideal setting for a wedding ceremony or reception.
The meaning of a Sanctuary was extended to places of holiness or safety. A religious sanctuary may be a sacred place (such as a church, temple, synagogue or mosque), or a consecrated area of a church or temple around its tabernacle or altar. The Sanctuary on La Roche is open to all religions.
Use of the Sanctuary for weddings is via Franschoek Venues.
The facilities include:
- Exclusive Use
- In the Country
- Private Estate
- Overnight Accommodation
- Overnight Accommodation for Wedding Couple
- In House Catering
- OR Private Catering
- <120 guests ceremony
- <60 guests reception
- Dried Confetti Permitted
- Car Parking
- Wedding Car available
For more information please contact Franschoek Venues.
Long before present religions, major cities throughout the world built sanctuary’s where anyone of any religion or faith could go to meditate, find beauty and be at peace with themselves.
A sanctuary being a shrine where fugitives were entitled to immunity from arrest and or execution. A place of refuge. Sacred ground.
Seeking and finding beauty and peace, a lifetime endeavor.
The sanctuary is for acknowledging and giving respect to the seeking of peace and beauty.