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Franschhoek is an absolutely beautiful place, with stunning mountain scenery, vineyards to visit and lots of boutique shops , cafes, restaurants and galleries. The hotel is set outside of the main town and when you arrive it certainly has the wow factor. Beautiful white buildings...More
As an elderly person looking for a couple of days of relaxation in a beautiful part of South Africa this was a perfect place to stay. But apart from breakfast, some laps in the pool, and a visit to the spa I was not tempted...More
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We have just returned from 9 nights and although we got off to a shaky start (no towels in the room, someone else's tea in the pot, the telephone didn't work and the bannister in the kids area was majorly wobbly) we were quickly moved...More
Thank Zannie P
Response from ChrisSnyman, General Manager at Le Franschhoek Hotel & SpaResponded March 1, 2017
Dear Zannie P,
Thank you for the review of your experience with us. It is always most gratifying when guests have enjoyed their stay.
I will definitely share this with our team and we look forward to welcoming you back should you return to our...More
This could be the best hotel in the world, it is in possibly the most picturesque place in the world, simply stunning.
The rooms however are pretty average, the bathrooms are dated and cheap but what is an absolute disgrace is how dirty the place...More
Lovely surroundings, friendly staff and good facilities. Pool area can get crowded and the water was very cold. Basic menu choices, not changed Daily. Easy to get into town, but transport required. Hotel runs courtesy cars or try the tuck tuk
Hot and cold dishes available at breakfast: fruits, cold meat, cheese, cereal, yogurts - as well as such expected hot foods as eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, sausages (western expectations). Plenty of bread varieties and... More
Hot and cold dishes available at breakfast: fruits, cold meat, cheese, cereal, yogurts - as well as such expected hot foods as eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, sausages (western expectations). Plenty of bread varieties and fresh pastries. Fruit juices, tea, coffee.
Lunch menu a little disappointing: mostly sandwiches, burgers, salads. A good time to go and eat in the village of Franschhoek.
Dinner (at Dish Restaurant) is well served and of high class. Meat, fish and vegetarian dishes. Nothing particularly exciting, but all extremely well cooked, flavoured and presented. Such ingredients as Cape salmon, calamari, chicken, duck, lamb (which I found vey good), steaks; pasta, vegetables. Various desserts.
A good wine list (of South African wines) with a wide range of wines by the glass.