Auberge Bligny is an 1860 homestead in the historic centre of the historic French Huguenot village of Franschhoek, surrounded by soaring mountains.
The guest house and en suite bedrooms are warmly furnished with antiques, complemented by English country style decor. Auberge Bligny has 8 en-suite bedrooms with private entrances.
There is a romantic honeymoon suite, family suites with interleading doors and a room equipped for disabled guests.
A country breakfast is served - in summer on the terrace overlooking the pool and the mountains for which the village is famous. Excellent restaurants are within seven minutes walk from the guest house.
Alternatively one could stroll to a wine farm for some wine, and on the way back stop at the fromagerie for cheese and bread to enjoy at Auberge Bligny - the kitchen, dining room and pool area are always at the disposal of guests.
Jack, a descendant from the French Huguenots (who first settled in the valley) invites you to use his charming guest house as a base from which to explore the Winelands and much of the Western Cape.