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We had a fabulous lunch on the terrace at La Petite Ferme, enhanced by wonderful views over the Franschhoek Valley. The food & wine were excellent and the service was spot on. Great value too at ~£40 per head for 3 courses + wine.
We recently stayed here for a romantic break and while the view is breathtaking and the breakfast great, the rest of the stay was just ordinary. At the price we expected more-the shower and bath were not in working order at all with no water...More
We really thank the whole team for the wonderful stay !
The location is incredibly quiet, offers a great view, amazing food, plenty of hikes nearby and wines to taste.
A must-do if you plan on visiting Franschhoek.
We stayed three nights at this very well run inn located just uphill from the center of Franschhoek, offering great views of the valley and easy access to main street. The inn is located within it's own vineyard and each room has spectacular views over...More
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Franschhoek is a pretty valley, so you might as well stay in the place with the best view of it. Added to which the food in the restaurant is excellent, the team friendly and helpful and the room (we stayed in the Library) beautifully appointed....More
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$316 - $496 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.