About Francolin Place
Francolin Place is situated in Infanta Park, at the mouth of the Breede River, a scenic drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Overberg region. A fishermen's paradise, Infanta is known as the whale nursery, and during the winter months when the whales visit one is basically guaranteed a fabulous show of flippers and whale breaches.
Francolin Place is a self-catering holiday home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open-plan living area with large fireplace and indoor braai, as well as a kitchen with all amenities. Residents are used to having steenbok, grysbok and common duiker visiting their gardens at night. Infanta is a crime-free unspoilt estuary with no shops or restaurants.
Infanta offers excellent strolling opportunities, fishing, boating, kite-surfing, and fabulous views. Imagine exploring rock shelves at low tide in a place where wild mussel and oyster picking is still a reality.
A minimum stay period of two nights applies. Guests need to provide their own DStv decoder and smart card. Linen is provided, however guests need to bring their own towels.
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Things to do in and around Infanta
(0.9 km from Infanta)
Starting at the Infanta slipway, the Infanta to Moddergat route offers an interesting hike along the beach and riverside. Walk past Kontiki and then along the riverbank until you reach the slipway at Moddergat.
(2.2 km from Infanta)
Witsand Beach is one of the best-kept secrets of the Overberg. Lying at the mouth of the Breede River, it offers excellent prospects for boating and walking. During winter and spring, Witsand is one of the best places on the South African...
(32.9 km from Infanta)
The De Hoop Coastal Trail is best done at low tide when the coastal limestone platforms are exposed. A number of rock pools are ideal for exploring, swimming and snorkeling. The trail can be walked in either direction along the shore from the...
(32.9 km from Infanta)
The De Hoop Vlei Trail is a circular route starting near the reserve office. The 15 km walk is well sign posted and can be cut shorter by using two jeep tracks. A large number and variety of resident and migratory bird species can be seen around the...