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Pikkie Cottage Newsletter
November 2018
You love seafood? Then pack your bags...
Whether it’s just a good fresh hake fresh from the ocean. or something a little bit more delicate like oysters or mussels harvested from our local sea industries right here in Saldanha, or even treating your palate to the best SA’s restaurants have to offer in the line of culinary seafood expertise, if you love seafood, pack your bags and head for Saldanha before the great rush of the coming holiday season.
The Wolfgat Restaurant in Paternoster has just been selected as one of SA’s top restaurants for the second consecutive year, seafood industries in and around Saldanha are in abundance, and don’t forget Charlie’s Fish Shop, just up the road from Pikkie Cottage, where you can select the finest fresh fish to stock up at home for Christmas. We’ll gladly keep it for you in our freezers until your departure.
But hurry, the season’s rapidly approaching and many have started making inquiries and bookings already.
Fresh prawns from Charlie’s gently sizzling to perfection on the coals. Come and join us and stock up for your Christmas seafood yummies before it’s too late.
Sea Harvest “spreads” its “fins”...
After generating more than a billion rand in the past financial year, Saldanha-based company Sea Harvest has just “spread” its “fins” to the interior of SA after purchasing after Ladismith Cheese for R527 million in cash. The dairy producer which also makes butter and powdered milk, was owned by a number of family trusts in the Western Cape and had been doing business for more than 20 years and generating revenues of R681 million the past year.
This was Sea Harvest’s first venture into the interior, and believed Ladismith Cheese would be an ideal platform to build on in its sector through development and acquisition of additional dairy and allied beverage products. The dairy sector is expected to experience continued growing demand for cheese and butter in response to consumer dietary changes towards natural fat products.
The Ladismith products will continue to be sold under its brand.
One of Sea Harvests huge fishing vessels in Saldanha, with Hoedjieskop on the background.
Program for October 2018
  • Evita’s (Pieter Dirk Uys) Perron in Darling:
Saturday 17th 14:00: An audience with Pieter-Dirk Eish
Sunday 18th 14:00: Tannie Evita praat Kaktus
Saturday 24th 14:00: When in doubt say Darling
Sunday 25th 14:00: Tannie Evita praat Kaktus
 
Bookings: Beryl 022 492 3930 or email bookings@evita.co.za
Many a face, of Pieter-Dirk Uys...
  • The West Coast Fossil Park offers daily on-the-hour guided tours to the dig site to give an informative lecture and demonstration of animal life along the West Coast more than five million years ago. Times during weekdays: 10:00-15:00, weekends and public holidays: 10:00-13:00. Call 022 766 1606 for more information.
  • Explore Yzerfontein per bicycle with the West Coast Explorer’s Club. To book your bicycle and/or for more information contact “I love Yzer” on 022 451 2114 or send an email to hello@wcexplorersclub.co.za
  • The Mill Country Fair Market has stalls every Saturday at 10:00-14:00 at The Merry Widow Country Retreat, Hopefield. Phone 022 723 1528 for more info.
  • Don’t miss the Piket-Bo-Berg Farmer’s Market from 09:00 till 12:00 every Saturday at Kruisementvlei, Piket-Bo-Berg. Contact Jane Paterson at 083 208 6873 for more information and directions.
  • Friday and Saturday 9-10 November: One-day Acrylic Workshop with Gerda Claassen between 10:00 and 16:00. Bookings essential. Call Hanli Theron on 082 853 8187.
  • Friday 16th November: The Barn Owl in St Helena presents Peace Train to a Wild World, a Tribute to Yusuf/ Cat Stevens featuring Werner Carstens, Craig Scott, Charl Strutt and Gavin Young. Doors open at 18:30, show starts at 20:00. Tickets available from www.barnowl.org.za at R175 pp.
  • Sunday 18th November: Ernesto Latino with Livin’ la Vida Loca at De Seekat Restaurant, Paternoster. Call 082 445 5540 for more information.
  • Monday 26th November: Onse Fees Paternoster in the centre of the town from 17:00 till 21:00. Entrance is free, with live performances by Kurt Darren, Snotkop and Loki. For more information call Pikkie (not related!) Daniel at 082 804 2500.

Stay at Pikkie Cottage, Saldanha Bay
info@pikkiecottage.co.za / 022 714 1741


Weekend
R999 for a Two-Night Weekend Stay for Two People
(Value R1400)
R1299 for a Three-Night Weekend Stay for Two People
(Value R2100)
*Both options includes Breakfast

Weekday
R899 for a Two-Night Weekday Stay for Two People
(Value R1400)
R1199 for a Three-Night Weekday Stay for Two People
(Value R2100)
*Both options include Breakfast

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Cape fur seals photographed on the West Coast. How can anyone not just adore a face like this?
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