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{stay} Canvas Collective Africa: an opulent respite in the Hemel en Aarde Valley - The Little Hedonist
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{stay} Canvas Collective Africa: an opulent respite in the Hemel en Aarde Valley

January 30, 2024

The most serene escape awaits you, tucked into the hills of the Hemel en Aarde Valley. An escape that not only offers you limitless luxury and opulence, but also the very heart and soul of its people whilst you rest and unwind. Welcome to Canvas Collective Africa – the glamping experience you never knew you needed.

Introduction

As a proud and dedicated Girl Scout, I’m very used to (and in favour of!) a little bit of proverbial “roughing it” when it comes to camping. I’m used to sleeping on the ground in a sleeping bag, making coffee in a tin kettle over an open fire, and enjoying the luxury of cold showers. I’m used to my tent blowing away, my bag getting wet during winter when the rain seeps through the flysheet, and the struggle of grounding the guy ropes in unforgivingly solid soil. I used to think that these primitive expressions of enjoyment was part of the enchantment of camping – but that was before a weekend at Canvas Collective Africa’s glamping oasis in the Hemel en Aarde Valley.

Background

Canvas Collective Africa was founded by Dez Lundy and Samara Stern. With significant operational experience as part of the mobile Chief’s camps, Dez knows how to create stunning luxury safari camps.  Samara comes from a front of house hospitality background.

 Taking their luxury tented camp to the next level, Dez and Sam also designed The Field Kitchen, a steel and glass mobile restaurant which has become a destination in and of itself (https://canvascollectiveafrica.com/about-us/).

Comfort or challenge?

The prospect of a glamping breakaway was enticing on many different levels. I’ve always been curious about the ultra-lux glamping culture that has grown significantly in popularity since the early 1990’s when it was first introduced in safari camps and game reserves as an alternative accommodation option. I must admit, I was never taken by the idea, because, within my frame of reference, camping was meant to be hands-on and a test of your outdoor skills. It was meant to be a bit of a challenge. Yet, in the back of my tough Girl Scout mind, I’ve always wondered about the easy, more laid-back side of glamping, and how I’d fit into such plush surroundings whilst connecting with nature.

That, and the fact that I’ve never been to the Hemel and Aarde Valley (gasp!) made for a very exciting road trip from Cape Town. Tim and I were generously invited to experience the Canvas Collective Africa glamping site for a couple of days, including meals, drinks, accommodation and the use of all the facilities that the site offers. I was blown away at the thought; no lukewarm oats for breakfast? No uncomfortable travel pillow that deflates during the night? No picking up firewood for dinner? After a difficult and exhausting year, I was oh so ready to be persuaded to the more comfortable side of camping.

The arrival

After what felt like a day-long trek through stunning, yet rugged and unspoilt terrain, the Canvas Collective Africa site, situated on the 300 hectare family run Glen Oakes Farm, sprawled out in front of us like a cool, shaded oasis, surrounded by deep green mountains and fynbos. Beautifully hidden between a forest of pines, the camp was barely noticeable, and blended seamlessly into its pristine surroundings.

Mike welcomed us as we parked, and took us to the Field Kitchen to refresh with an icy drink. I read a lot about the uber-modern mobile field kitchen before our arrival, but nothing quite prepared me for the elegance of this piece of unique architecture. As you walk into the cool interior, you are immediately submerged in a fine dining setting, with a large open kitchen where the chefs are preparing for dinner time, a full bar on the other side and an intimate scattering of tables in the middle with plush, velvety chairs. Past the bar, the most picturesque sundowner deck, hovering over the valley where you can look out onto mountains, farmlands and the endless horizon for days.

We immediately felt wrapped in splendid hospitality and my shoulders dropped a few centimeters from under my ears as the stresses of the city melted away the longer we breathed in the fresh air. But it was when Mike took us to our tent that I realised we are in for an absolute spoil.

The accommodation

Our tent was a canvassed apartment, much larger than my living room. Each luxury tent was situated quite privately and well spaced between the trees, and I remember thinking that this is an absolutely surreal experience as we entered the tent.

Inside, decorated in muted hues of grey and white, was a very large open plan bedroom and living space, featuring a divinely oversized and sumptuous King-sized bed, adorned with high thread count Egyptian cotton linen. A giant pedestal fan keeps the tent cool in summer, as well as large opening windows, allowing a refreshing cross-breeze for those hot December afternoons. Where possible, they have supported local artisans including the Cape Society of the Blind where the hand woven light fittings were sourced from. Emphasis has been placed on using eco-friendly and sustainable materials such as glass, bamboo and timber to minimise any environmental impact.

At the foot of the bed, a complimentary bar fridge stocked with an assortment of icy beverages and a coffee/tea station (with a Nespresso machine and pods!), replete with nibbles, perfect for midnight snacking or morning coffee treats. A free-standing clothes rack with shelves as well as a full-length mirror rounds off the open plan space, a perfect boudoir for the adventurous woman who still enjoys her luxuries.

What surprised me most was on the other side of the living/bedroom space; an en-suite bathroom, with a rain shower, his and hers basins with running hot and cold water and a flushing toilet, all accentuated with fluffy white towels, robes, slippers and a range of eco friendly toiletries that smelt like late afternoon fynbos. It simply didn’t get more opulent than this.

And yes, your accommodation even includes a turndown service!

The Field Kitchen

After settling into our tent, we freshened up, had a walk around the camp and a bit later, headed over to The Field Kitchen for dinner. Here we met the lovely owners and creators of the Canvas Collective Africa brand, Dez Lundy and Samara Stern. We couldn’t get enough of their infectious joy and passion for this space that they have created, and shared in their excitement for future plans and developments to make this experience even more memorable, if that is at all possible.

We were introduced to the trio of exceptional chefs who are responsible for the culinary art served at the Field Kitchen – Chefs Mechelle, Aiden and Mikaela, supported by Dwayne and Olivia, who made sure we were wined, dined and looked after at all times. You can truly feel the heart of a place through its people, and here in the Hemel en Aarde Valley, it beats with warmth, generosity,  care, kindness and pure energetic joy. Even Alex the camp dog helped us feel incredibly welcome and loved with his goofy grin and tail wags, in the absence of our own pets.

And so our dining experience at Canvas Collective Africa began: we started with roast tomato & basil soup, followed by lamb croquettes with asparagus, tomato salsa and a parmesan sauce. Mains were hake with fondant potatoes, butternut two ways and a white wine and leek sauce. We ended the evening with a deconstructed lemon meringue with butterscotch and blueberries. As every sterling dinner deserves, we were offered only the best wines, including Kleine Zalze Chenin, Muratie Isabella Chardonnay, Newton Johnston Pinot Noir, and from the hands of Dez himself, a glass of Meerlust Rubicon 2020 to end our first night.

The next evening’s dinner included a potato and leek soup, Chef Mechelle’s retake on the classic corndog, served with a smoked tomato puree, corn salsa and mustard aioli. Mains were sublime: a grass-fed fillet steak with pomme puree, broccolini and an onion and mustard puree, followed by banana bread soaked in rum with coconut custard, deep fried banana fritters and buttered popcorn for dessert.

With a view on the starry expanse of the night sky, coupled with after-dinner Amarulas on ice, we were feeling rather grateful for this experience at the tail-end of a busy year. I didn’t realise just how much I needed a bit of pampering, a bit of self-care, a bit of hedonistic indulgence. And right here, as we sat on the deck of The Field Kitchen after a fine dining dinner, I was intrinsically, unadulteratedly happy.

A footnote worth considering: breakfast in bed

That evening, Dwayne suggested that we should enjoy breakfast in bed, which is brought to your tent for you to eat at your leisure. We  eagerly agreed, as we were most certainly not used to this level of service! He first brought us a continental breakfast, with an assortment of fresh fruit, yoghurt, muesli, pastries, cold meat and cheese, followed by a hot breakfast. It was a grand affair, perfectly suited for the start of a relaxing day at the camp. I would highly recommend opting for this experience!

Reconnecting with nature

How you spend your time at the camp is entirely up to you, but we decided to get out and make the most of our exquisite surroundings. We started the morning with a 5km guided walk on the farm with Mike and Alex, our now trusty canine camp companion. We walked through the fynbos and past the dam, where you can try your hand at paddle boarding or take a quick dip to cool off. We looped back to the campsite before the heat of the afternoon settled on our necks.

There is also a wood-fired hot tub at the front of the deck for you to enjoy at any time during the day or evening alongside a daybed that overlooks the valley for reading or lounging. If you want to break away from the main area, there are several pairs of hammock chairs arranged in quaint nooks throughout the camp. There is the central fire pit area, where guests gather for pre-dinner rock shandy’s and chats, and where Mike lights the fire every later afternoon for ambience.

The new sundeck with spring fed rim flow rock pool and farm dam offers ample opportunity for guests to cool off on hot summer days, where they will be served delicious snacks and drinks.

Later in the afternoon, we headed to the Field Kitchen for a gnocchi-making class with Chef Mechelle, who is just such an amazing presence and anchor around the camp. We snacked on our creations on the deck with a glass of bubbles in hand, because, why not?

If you’d rather spend time at the tent reading or relaxing, that is a great option, too.

A loved-up special rate for February

To celebrate the month of love, Canvas Collective Africa is offering an entire all-inclusive package for the entire month of February at R6,320 per tent per night for 2 adults.

The all-inclusive rate includes: a complimentary bottle of Moët & Chandon upon arrival, accommodation in the luxury tented camp, 3 daily gourmet meals, breakfast in bed on morning(s) of your choice, walking trails with a guide, Gnocchi-making with the chef and evening drinks by the fireside.

Bookings: stars@canvascollectiveafrica.com or online.

For further information visit the website and follow on social media via Instagram and Facebook #canvascollectiveafrica

In conclusion

There is something so special about being in nature with minimal man-made interference, yet without having to give up your creature comforts (like wi-fi, running water and electricity!). I still daydream fondly about our stay weeks later, as it was the most magical two days spent in the company of Canvas Collective Africa and their dedicated team of incredibly special human beings. I’d go back in a heartbeat when the pressures of the city confines my lungs, simply to breathe in the fresh air, and to enjoy the little pleasures in life that we all deserve from time to time.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, Dez and Sam, for allowing us a slice of your heaven; an opulent respite that we will never, ever forget.

Feature Image credit: Jared Ruttenberg

Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are solely those of The Little Hedonist, given in good faith and in no way influenced by the company or its affiliates. All images, unless otherwise stated / credited, are also my own.

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