La Galiniere's two self-catering cottages are located on a boutique vineyard, just 1.5km from the centre of town. Each cottage comprises two bedrooms (with a choice of king or twin beds), a shower room or bathroom, spacious living/dining room with fireplace, and a well-equipped kitchen or kitchenette.
La Galiniere Guest Cottages welcome families and is able to provide travel cots, high chairs and baby-sitting services.
A complimentary bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon is provided with every booking, made from grapes harvested on the farm.
Guests should note that La Galiniere has four German Shepherd dogs that roam freely on the farm.
La Galiniere offers some of the closest vineyard accommodation to the centre of Franschhoek and stunning vineyard and mountain views. Both cottages share an outdoor swimming pool and braai area. The property offers secure off-street parking.
The owners of La Galiniere have a small tourism services company, so can arrange tours, airport and village transfers, and car hire.
La Galiniere Guest Cottages are only 1.5km from the centre of Franschhoek - so in easy walking distance.
Franschhoek has appropriately been called the gourmet capital of South Africa. With more than 40 wineries, numerous fine restaurants and luxury shopping opportunities, the village has much to offer.
It is also a great place to base your stay, offering accommodation at prices competitive to Cape Town and the opportunity to extensively explore the Winelands and beyond.
In Room Facilities:
The cottages offer a kitchen or kitchenette, well-equipped with fridge freezer, gas hob, gas or electric oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, a range of pots, pans, crockery and utensils, and complimentary tea, coffee and sugar. The cottages also include a flat screen TV (with a range of basic news, movie and sports channels), DVD player, wifi internet access, cooling and heating fans, blankets, complimentary toiletries, and a hairdryer.
Apart from the numerous wineries and high quality restaurants in the valley, nearby attractions include the Franschhoek Memorial, Franschhoek Pass, the Franschhoek Motor Museum, and the towns of Stellenbosch and Paarl.