Le-Manoir-de-Brendel Guesthouse, offering luxury accommodation, is situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands, a mere 5 minute drive from the historical Franschhoek Village on the R45 with 9 suites, wedding chapel and function facilities.
Experience pure luxury in the stately Chateau, sophisticated elegance in the self catering Villas. Treat yourself to a selection of local and imported delicacies at the Epicerie Delicatessen, or relax in the tranquil Wine Spa.
The Owner's Cottage at Grande Provence is a testament to period grandeur and contemporary luxury. Comprising the beautifully appointed Cottage are four rooms, a deluxe suite, conservatory, lounge, swimming and spa pool area.
This lovely retreat is surrounded by vineyards and overlooks the beautiful mountains of Franschhoek.The Franschhoek Country House is the perfect base for exploring the winelands, Cape Town and other attractions of the region.
Angala Boutique Hotel is where homely luxury blends with the pristine beauty of nature. Located in the heart of the Cape Winelands between magnificent mountains, Angala is a retreat for body, mind and spirit.
The beautifully restrained architecture, with its exposed thatched roof, allows the eye to flow freely through the large spaces. All suites have perfectly appointed modern bathrooms with ample space for a near spa-experience indulgence.The mute varia
Five star self catering air-conditioned cottage exclusively for a couple. Heated pool; sun patio and shaded veranda with mountain views Large sitting/dining room; bedroom with king double bed; marble bathroom; fitted kitchen; serviced daily.
La Petite Dauphine is a picturesque estate set amongst vineyards, olive groves and fruit orchards. This historic working fruit and wine farm offers superior luxury accommodation and is a mere 1,7 km from Franschhoek Village.
*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.
Given to fleeing Huguenots in 1688, it was found that the climate is very similar to that in France, the settlers planted vines and today these wines are consumed throughout the world. Various attractions and historical sites.