About Sunny Lane
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.
The larger apartment comprises a lounge and open-plan kitchen, plus double bedroom with full en-suite bathroom, while the smaller unit comprises a double bedroom with a kitchenette and bathroom with shower.
Both suites are simply but elegantly furnished, and are fully-equipped with white cotton linen, towels, and televisions with M-Net. In the winter, underfloor heating will keep you warm. Each suite also has a patio, overlooking a beautiful swimming pool.
Sunny Lane suites are an extension of our family home, but they are completely separate with their own private entrance. Simply park next to the green gate, and walk down the lavender-lined lane to meet your hosts, Pete and Barbara Hathorn. We are strictly a non-smoking establishment.
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Things to do in and around Franschhoek
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