About La Michelle
La Michelle is a two-bedroom unit situated in the breathtaking beauty of the Franschhoek Valley. This self-catering luxury holiday and business accommodation has a fully-equipped kitchen and is surrounded by scenic winelands.
The town offers plenty of choice for dining out, shopping, and visiting the local wine farms.
La Michelle Rooms
Reviews for La Michelle2 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
Unit is well-equipped. Nice place and no problems.
The only problem was that the braai facility was not on the premises itself. One had to drive to get there. At the end had to go eat out. The stay was not worth the money we paid. Could not even watch the rugby, had to go sit in a bar. At the end it cost a lot more than we have bargained on. In the advertising they should mention about the braai, TV, and only one bathroom situation. It is not luxury. The linen on the bed was the only luxury.
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