Maison d Ail Guest House
Escape to the tranquility of this newly established guesthouse, Maison d’Ail, owned and run by the Garlick family. Nestled under the Franschhoek Mountains, this guesthouse will enable you to relax and unwind in the most tranquil surroundings.

Spend your days relaxing at our pool or step out onto the bustling streets of Franschhoek and enjoy top class cuisine and wine at one of the many restaurants and wine farms in the valley.

Rent a room which includes a wonderful full country breakfast or rent the entire house on a self-catering basis. Minimum stay of 3 days and max 10 people.

Just an hour away from Cape Town Waterfront and a beautiful hour’s drive from the coast, this spot of paradise is located in the most perfect position.

Unfortunately no children under 12 years of age.
R550.00 pps

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  • Maison d Ail Guest House
  • Maison d Ail Guest House
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  • Maison d Ail Guest House
  • Maison d Ail Guest House

Facilities & Services:

  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Elderly
  • Babysitting Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Ironing Service
  • Limited Room Service
  • Special Meals on Request
  • Other
  • Cots available
  • Internet Access
  • Fax & Photocopy Machine
  • Wi-Fi
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Parking (off-street - open)
  • Garden
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Swimming Pool


    Standard and luxury rooms available.
    All rooms have king size beds with extra length.
    Some can be converted into twin beds with extra length.
    All rooms are en-suite.
    Magnificent views of the valley from all the balconies.
    One bedroom is downstairs.
    Tea & coffee making facilities in all rooms.
    Hairdryer, gowns and toiletries provided.

    Maison d Ail Guest House Activities:

    Wine tours & tasting, fabulous top class restaurants, unique shopping experience, walking, hiking, magnificent views, 3 world class golf courses close proximity, cheese making and chocolate factory nearby.

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    Health & Climate:

    Malaria free