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Maison d'Ail Guest House

9 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Escape to the tranquility of this newly established guest house, Maison d’Ail, owned We are just an hour away from the V&A Waterfront and a...
Escape to the tranquility of this newly established guest house, Maison d’Ail, owned We are just an hour away from the V&A Waterfront and a beautiful hours' drive from the coast. This spot of paradise is located perfectly.and run by the Garlick family. Unfortunately no children under 12 years.
from R1250

Auberge Alouette

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Guesthouses:Auberge Alouette is situated in the centre of Franschhoek, within walking distance to restaurants, curio shops, the Monument,...
Guesthouses:Auberge Alouette is situated in the centre of Franschhoek, within walking distance to restaurants, curio shops, the Monument, and Museum.
from R770
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Eight on Tuin

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Guesthouses:Nice and private...and close to wonderful restaurants
Guesthouses:Nice and private...and close to wonderful restaurants
from R950

La Clé des Montagnes

Sleeps 22 in 4 rooms

Guesthouses:The villas are only a short walk from the art galleries, fine restaurants and boutiques of the village centre.
Guesthouses:The villas are only a short walk from the art galleries, fine restaurants and boutiques of the village centre.
from R9800

Maison Chablis Guest House

18 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Exceptional comfort in the heart of the Western Cape Winelands region, this conveniently located...
Exceptional comfort in the heart of the Western Cape Winelands region, this conveniently located guest house is ideal for exploring the wonderful Franschhoek valley.
from R1240

Akademie Street Guest Houses

25 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 6 rooms

Three luxury and private guest houses located in Franschoek, in the wine area of the Western Cape....
Three luxury and private guest houses located in Franschoek, in the wine area of the Western Cape. Each with own private pool and beautiful garden making us unique in Franschhoek.
from R3200

Calais Country House

Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Calais Country House, located in Franschhoek, has a Cape Dutch-style design and was completed in 1992. It was converted into a guest house...
Calais Country House, located in Franschhoek, has a Cape Dutch-style design and was completed in 1992. It was converted into a guest house in 2007 and has retained the charm, comfort and warm feeling of a home.
from R1100

Holden Manz Wine Estate

Sleeps 16 in 5 rooms

Holden Manz Guest House is situated on the Holden Manz Wine Estate and offers a mix of natural beauty, hospitality, great food, and good...
Holden Manz Guest House is situated on the Holden Manz Wine Estate and offers a mix of natural beauty, hospitality, great food, and good wine. The Holden Manz Wine Estate, owned by Gerard Holden and Migo Manz, is located at the top of the Franschhoek Valley.
from R5270

Gable Manor

7 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Guesthouses:Franschhoek is regarded as the gastronomic heart of the Western Cape and we have arrangments with the leading restaurants to...
Guesthouses:Franschhoek is regarded as the gastronomic heart of the Western Cape and we have arrangments with the leading restaurants to keep tables for our guests. There are 40 wine estates in the valley with wine tours available.
from R1560

Ashbourne House

Sleeps 17 in 8 rooms

Ashbourne House is a charming colonial guest house built in 1897, enlarged and refurbished to the highest standards by the present owners,...
Ashbourne House is a charming colonial guest house built in 1897, enlarged and refurbished to the highest standards by the present owners, that provides spacious airy interiors with wide shady verandahs.
from R1590

Avondrood Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 14 in 6 rooms

Guesthouses:Ideally situated in the Franschhoek village - the perfect base from which to explore the Cape Winelands, breathtaking...
Guesthouses:Ideally situated in the Franschhoek village - the perfect base from which to explore the Cape Winelands, breathtaking mountains, golf courses, and beaches.
from R1950

The Corner House Franschhoek

18 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 6 rooms

Guesthouses:Friendly, comfortable, cosy and relaxed environment. An old Franschhoek villa, with a...
Guesthouses:Friendly, comfortable, cosy and relaxed environment. An old Franschhoek villa, with a wrap-around verandah with "broekies lace" and beautiful smelling jasmine, as well as a garden with mature, trees and swimming pool.
from R990

Les Chambres Guest House

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Les Chambres Guest House is situated in the heart of Franschhoek village, offering luxurious accommodation and personal service at very...
Les Chambres Guest House is situated in the heart of Franschhoek village, offering luxurious accommodation and personal service at very reasonable rates. The guest house is a beautifully restored home just two-minutes' walk to the main street.
from R1690

Lavender Farm Guest House

9 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 15 rooms

Situated in the picturesque Winelands of Cape Town and surrounded by rolling fields that just seem to extend as far as the eye can see,...
Situated in the picturesque Winelands of Cape Town and surrounded by rolling fields that just seem to extend as far as the eye can see, Lavender Farm Guest House boasts the honour of being lauded as the only lavender farm in Franschhoek.
from R1390

Realou Franschhoek

11 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 7 rooms

Realou Franschhoek Guesthouse is a luxurious old-world retreat; beautifully restored with classic good taste and relaxed charm. Nestled in...
Realou Franschhoek Guesthouse is a luxurious old-world retreat; beautifully restored with classic good taste and relaxed charm. Nestled in the heart of the Franschhoek village, the guest house is in walking distance from all the essential restaurants and wine farms.
from R1400

Grande Provence

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Grande Provence Estate wears her 300-year history with dignity. Sitting in the magnificent Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Western...
Grande Provence Estate wears her 300-year history with dignity. Sitting in the magnificent Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Western Cape, her lush vines spread across 30 hectares with gentle vistas over the valley floor, at odds almost with the rugged mountains beyond. This is heartland South African wine country.
from R5000

Val d'Or Estate

8 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 8 rooms

Guesthouses:Country living in the heart of the Franschhoek area of the Cape Winelands.
Guesthouses:Country living in the heart of the Franschhoek area of the Cape Winelands.
from R990
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Lekkerwijn Historic Country Guest House

10 Reviews
Sleeps 29 in 8 rooms

Lekkerwijn is a historic Cape Dutch homestead near Franschhoek, furnished with Cape Dutch furniture...
Lekkerwijn is a historic Cape Dutch homestead near Franschhoek, furnished with Cape Dutch furniture in a large garden setting. The guest house offers accommodation in seven en-suite rooms with Wi-Fi access and a self-catering cottage furnished.
from R700

Klein Waterval Riverside Lodge

11 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 12 rooms

Guesthouses:Spectacular mountain and vineyard views from the rooms.
Guesthouses:Spectacular mountain and vineyard views from the rooms.
from R1190

Fransvliet Guest House

10 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

Guesthouses:Perfectly situated for visits to Fanschhoek with great river views.
Guesthouses:Perfectly situated for visits to Fanschhoek with great river views.
from R1700

Franschhoek South Africa

Franschhoek Guest House Accommodation

This sybaritic little town is situated smack in the middle of some gorgeous scenery in the heart of the Winelands. It’s one of those places that became fashionable some time around the 1980s and things just snowballed. Fabulous restaurants line the main street, there are some lovely little guest houses and – of course – great wineries.

In fact, Franschhoek has a special place in the history of South African wine making. The name, which means French Corner, came about in the 17th Century when a whole bunch of French Huguenots, who were fleeing persecution by the Catholic Church in France, settled here. They weren’t the first to grow and produce wine in the Cape but they certainly contributed a certain flair that the Dutch didn’t really possess.

Notwithstanding their Gallic skill with an oaken vat, these immigrants became totally integrated into the colonial scene and soon started speaking Dutch – and then Afrikaans. So much so, in fact, that many South Africans consider surnames such as du Toit, Labuschagne and Marais to be Afrikaans. But, even though no French is spoken here, there are strong links to France. A pretty monument to the Huguenots dominates the town and – in July – Franschhoek celebrates Bastille Day with a flourish unmatched except, perhaps, in Paris.

There is an excellent paragliding launch site in the mountains on the outskirts of the town, and the nearby pine plantations offer some great mountain biking.

This sybaritic little town is situated smack in the middle of some gorgeous scenery in the heart of the Winelands. It’s one of those places that became fashionable some time around the 1980s and things just snowballed. Fabulous restaurants line the ...

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