Franklin View is an up market Guesthouse situated on the Northern slopes of Naval Hill (The highest house on the Northern slopes) with a magnificent view over the suburb of Waverley with its beautiful trees of purple, orange and green during daytime and an ocean of flickering lights at night.
The rustic atmosphere of yellow wood and leather in the spacious living area gives you a warm feeling of comfort. Enjoy a misty morning breakfast in the company of awakening birds.
Each of the luxurious rooms with its panoramic view opens on a balcony.
We are easy accessible from the N1 and only 5 minutes away from city centre and +-10 minutes from the airport.
Franklin View boasts the best view situated on the northern slopes of Naval Hill. The decor in Franklin View is rustic with an emphasis on yellow wood and leather. Luxurious en- suite rooms with DSTV,
splash pool and braai area.
Room 1 - Large De-Lux Suite with a view
Room 2 - Luxury Suite with a view
Room 3 - Luxury Suite with a view
Franklin view offers three rooms each with:
- Queen size beds with percale bedding
- Air conditioning
- En suite bathrooms
- Bathroom amenities
- Workstation/Dressing table
- 82cm LCD TV with DSTV
- Electronic Safe
- Bar Fridge
- Tea & Coffee
- Magnificent View
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Wonderful, great view, delicious breakfast, luxury rooms, very friendly host, commendable.
Rating: Reviewed by Julia Pulow over a year ago
When sleeping in room nr one, the upstairs floor where the breakfast is made, is a bit noisy early in the morning. This is when they drop something or even put something down on the table with speed! Otherwise I do rate this place as five star!
Rating: Reviewed by Len Ainslie over a year ago
The surroundings, service and friendly hands-on approach was outstanding and will certainly have us advertise the Guest house to family and friends. They are simply the best example of how that style of accomodation should be done.
Rating: Reviewed by Shannon Rowlings over a year ago
Excellent and friendly!
Rating: Reviewed by Stanley van Heerden over a year ago