Petit & Grande Plaisir Cottages provide self catering accommodation in Franschhoek, in the Cape Winelands and Breede River valley region of the Western Cape. We offer 3 self catering options: Petit Plaisir - Freestanding Self-catering cottage. Petit Plais
22 Van Wijk Street Tourism Accommodation provides room only accommodation in Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands and Breede River region in the Western Cape. Four lovely rooms in a pre-1910 house right in the center of Franschhoek. Two Double bed rooms, a D
Heuwelsig Cottages & Franschhoek Camping offers both self catering accommodation and special sites specifically for motorhomes in Franschhoek. Heuwelsig Cottages is situated on a working wine farm, surrounded by lush vineyard, orchards and scenic landscap
Val d'Or Estate offers bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation in Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands and Breede River Valley region in the Western Cape. Nestled in the foothills of the magnificent Franschhoek mountains, only a few minutes drive f
Le Ballon Rouge Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands and Breede River Valley region in the Western Cape. Le Ballon Rouge offers 9 stylish and individually decorated rooms an one "owners suite
Zorgvliet's warm and welcoming country lodge caters for the needs of every individual with exceptional attention to detail. This lodge offers guests an opportunity to truly experience the unique personality of the Stellenbosch winelands, from serv...
Franschhoek Valley nestles between the towering peaks of the Cape winelands, a beautiful valley where some of the world's finest wines are produced. Not to be outdone by the good wines of the regions, some of South Africa's top chefs have settled in the area and have added top international cuisine to the menu. The village is full of arts, crafts and antique shops and galleries, and is only 45 minutes drive from Cape Town. Franschhoek is an ideal spot from which to explore this wonderful regon of South Africa.
When Protestantism was outlawed in France following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, hundreds of Huguenots fled France for places new. Nearly 300 of them arrived by ship at the Cape of Good Hope and many of these were given land by the then Dutch government in a valley called Oliphantshoek (Elephant Corner). The valley later became known as French Corner or Franschhoek. Their Huguenot Heritage is honoured today by the monument that stands at the top of the village. Most of the farms and vineyards in and around Franschhoek still have French names today.