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Mayflower Cottage

from R750
Set behind white-washed walls in a secluded garden, Mayflower Cottage is situated along one of the...
Set behind white-washed walls in a secluded garden, Mayflower Cottage is situated along one of the oldest roads in Franschhoek.
from R750
Sleeps 3 in 1 room

15 Reviews

Surrounded by mountains and olive trees in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley is Gooding’s Groves...
Surrounded by mountains and olive trees in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley is Gooding’s Groves Olive Farm and B&B. Situated 3 km from the centre of the historic village, the recently restored manor house built in the Cape Victorian vernacular has the feeling of a Provencal farmhouse.
from R1,360

4 Reviews

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Petit Plaisir

from R1,070
Self-Catering:Petit Plaisir Cottage has a romantic touch to the decoration, with a beautiful garden...
Self-Catering:Petit Plaisir Cottage has a romantic touch to the decoration, with a beautiful garden and view on the mountain.
from R1,070
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

8 Reviews

Sunny Lane

from R520
Consisting of two elegant suites, Sunny Lane is situated in the heart of Franschhoek village and is...
Consisting of two elegant suites, Sunny Lane is situated in the heart of Franschhoek village and is within walking distance of top restaurants, art galleries, and craft markets.
from R520
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

49 Reviews

Self-Catering:La Galiniere Guest Cottages welcomes children of all ages. We are able to provide...
Self-Catering:La Galiniere Guest Cottages welcomes children of all ages. We are able to provide travel cots, high chairs, baby/child car seats and kiddie DVDs.
from R800
Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

27 Reviews

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The Tea House

from R600
Situated in the historically rich town of Franschhoek, The Tea House offers an idyllic getaway to...
Situated in the historically rich town of Franschhoek, The Tea House offers an idyllic getaway to couples visiting this scenic part of the Western Cape.
from R600
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

1 Review

Honeypot Cottage

from R3,500
Honeypot Cottage is a Cape Dutch style, thatched cottage which can comfortably sleep six, and is...
Honeypot Cottage is a Cape Dutch style, thatched cottage which can comfortably sleep six, and is fully equipped for self-catering. The cottage offers comfortable accommodation ideal for a family looking to explore the surrounding area, mountains and wine farms.
from R3,500
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Haus-Giverny

from R1,850
Haus-Giverny is a unique and private house with swimming pool, located within easy walking distance...
Haus-Giverny is a unique and private house with swimming pool, located within easy walking distance of Franschhoek's Main Street with its delightful arts and craft shops and many fine restaurants.
from R1,850
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Gable Manor

from R1,560
Self-Catering:Franschhoek is regarded as the gastronomic heart of the Western Cape and we have...
Self-Catering: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 R1,560

7 Reviews

Bamboo Cottage

from R1,850
This charming, completely renovated modern-style cottage is located in a tranquil corner of...
This charming, completely renovated modern-style cottage is located in a tranquil corner of picturesque Franschhoek village, just a short walk from the numerous art galleries, restaurants, and shops on the main street. <br />
from R1,850
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

An affordable, comfortable property offering a range of accommodation options in the beautiful...
An affordable, comfortable property offering a range of accommodation options in the beautiful village of Franschhoek, in the heart of the Cape Winelands.
from R440

14 Reviews

La Terra de Luc

from R1,026
La Terra de Luc is situated on a privately owned, historic estate. The rooms are light and airy,...
La Terra de Luc is situated on a privately owned, historic estate. The rooms are light and airy, with en-suite facilities, satellite TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, air-conditioning, and bar a fridge.
from R1,026
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

5 Reviews

Apartments @ Oryx Place offers three comfortable and up-market studio units situated in...
Apartments @ Oryx Place offers three comfortable and up-market studio units situated in Franschhoek. The apartments are located on the main road which leads to the famous Huguenot Monument.
from R1,200
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

1 Review

The Villa at the Conservatory is nestled in the picturesque Franschhoek Valley, set between...
The Villa at the Conservatory is nestled in the picturesque Franschhoek Valley, set between vineyards and the quaint Kastaiing River.
from R4,995
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Val d'Or Estate

from R990
Self-Catering:Country living in the heart of the Franschhoek area of the Cape Winelands.
Self-Catering:Country living in the heart of the Franschhoek area of the Cape Winelands.
from R990

7 Reviews

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Franschhoek South Africa

Franschhoek Self-catering 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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