About French Cottage
French Cottage is situated in the historic town of Malmesbury, just outside of Cape Town.
The self-catering cottage has one en-suite bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen with a 3-plate mini oven with stove, a microwave, a kettle, and a refrigerator with a freezer section. A lounge with two single beds and Full DStv, a dining area and a private garden with braai facilities. The above also offers guests an outdoor fireplace and wood for the fire. A safe, secluded entrance. There is a mini bar fridge in the cottage. With alarm. There is room fans in the living area and bedroom and air-cons in both rooms. Breakfast and Evening meals are available on request, at extra charge.
Malmesbury has many great attractions in and around the area, including the Bartholomeus Klip Renosterveld Reserve, the Bothmaskloof Pass and the Darling Wine Estates and Wine Route.
Family friendly: space for 2 adults and two children
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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