Le Franschhoek is located just outside the historic Cape winelands town of Franschhoek.
In the valley of the town Franschhoek, the food and wine capital of South Africa, you will find the five star Le Franschhoek Hotel and Spa. Franschhoek is on the famous wine route with which it shares its name and is a must-visit on a luxury South African tour in the Cape region. It is surrounded by mountains and seemingly endless vineyards. This is the flagship hotel of the Three Cities Group.
Le Franschhoek Hotel consists of 79 bedrooms divided into four room categories. Standard en suite bedrooms are the first choice, or choose a suite with its own private balcony from where stunning views of the vineyards can be savored. Villas and self-catering chalets are suitable for families. All room types are equipped with amenities like air-conditioning, a television and mini-bar. The hotel offers exceptional dining in three restaurants. A large swimming pool offers grand views of the surrounding mountains.
Many guests come to the hotel to enjoy the aroma of herbs and massaging oils and the relaxation offered by the Camelot Spa. A wide range of beauty and well-being therapies are on offer. Activities available in the surrounding area include visiting the shops and restaurants of Franschhoek, horse riding, wine and chocolate tasting as well as many fine hiking and mountain biking trails.
Le Franschhoek Hotel offers fine five star accommodation in a style that reflects the character of the town of Franschhoek. It is located very close to town; an advantage to all those who would like to explore the various art galleries, antique shops, and fine food and wine outlets for which the town is famous. Clients of African Sky who have stayed at the hotel while on tour in the region have always had positive comments about the experience. Although I believe Le Franschhoek to be a fine hotel, I personally favor Lanzerac for five star accommodation in the Cape winelands.Read More
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