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Set in the picturesque Franschoek the wine farm offers delicately hand crafted wines. The passion of the sommelier is infectious, was one of the top wine tastings done. They work with respect for environment working in harmony with it, even the baboons!
We stayed in the beautiful Vista suite with stunning views over the valley. The room had everything you needed and the underfloor heating with gas fireplace were very welcome in the cold winter nights. High quality furnishings and linen with all the expected accessories of...More
Had a wonderful cellar tour and lunch at this small auberge in Franschhoek. Such a lovely place with fabulous views of the valley. Had a very informative tour and tasting given by Isaac. Our lunch was very tasty and beautifully presented.
We stayed in one of the lodges, and the view accross the vineyards was spectacular. The sun sets were the perfect backdrop to all of the wine tasting and relaxing.
For lunch the only place to go is the restaurant which is not only good...More
We had a two night stay at La Petite Ferme as part of a longer winter holiday in SA. We know Franschoek well but this was our first time staying at this hotel, which is a 2-3 minute drive out of the town centre. Check-in...More
Sorry it has taken me a few days to respond - I think it's probably a 2-3 mile walk into town and the wine train is almost smack in the middle of town. And it's not that easy of a walk; the first hall is along a pretty busy... More
Sorry it has taken me a few days to respond - I think it's probably a 2-3 mile walk into town and the wine train is almost smack in the middle of town. And it's not that easy of a walk; the first hall is along a pretty busy road with lots of fast traffic. I think it would be easier and safer to take a cab. The hotel office is closed starting early evening so it can be a little hard to arrange for a cab unless you reserve it early. It's a great hotel, just not that convenient to the downtown area.