Four individually designed villas, complete with private butlers, accommodate between two and eight guests at the historic Le Grange homestead, within a four minute walk of the Franschhoek village centre.
Each villa not only provides complete privacy and security, they lend themselves to entertaining, with spacious living rooms with fireplaces and libraries, indoor and outdoor areas, private swimming pools and gardens, as well as fully equipped kitchens.
Villas come complete with all home comforts to suit extended stays, and are able to accommodate families with children of all ages.
24 hour security surveillance, Safe Private Parking, Bicycles to explore the village, Boules, Croquet.
Breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world class cuisine and the finest wines. This is the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in the heart of the Cape Winelands. Spectacular vineyards cover these mountain slopes settled more than 300 years ago by the Huguenots, who brought with them their age-old French wine and food culture. This is a valley rich in history centered around a picturesque village of friendly, welcoming people.
In Room Facilities:
Continental breakfast served in-house daily, Private butler service, Full daily servicing, Open wood fireplaces, Patio with BBQ facilities, Private pool (with safety cover upon request), Well-appointed fully equipped kitchen, Tea and Coffee facilities, Air conditioning throughout, Under floor heating throughout, Safe in all bedrooms, Flat screen TV with full DSTV, DVD Player, Free Wireless Internet, Personal IPod docking station
Wine Estates: Driving into Franschhoek you will notice that most of the farms still bear their original French names and are usually complete with a spectacular Cape Dutch homestead, towering oaks and rolling vineyards. There are a variety of cellars, from small boutique wineries that cater for those in search of something unique, to large cellars that offer organized tours and conducted tastings.
Restaurants: Eight of South Africa's "Top 100" restaurants are in Franschhoek - the gourmet capital of the country. Leading chefs create everything from world-class cuisine to stylish light meals using the freshest produce of the valley, complemented by the wonderful local wines. Linger a while and savour the hospitality, ambience and variety of our many great restaurants.
Shopping: A host of shops and galleries line the Main Street, providing a wonderful choice of antiques, world class Collections of artworks and interesting bric-a-brac to browse through. There are also speciality shops such as book shops, a chocolate factory and a carpet maker.
Things to do: For the more energetic there are numerous walking trails, in the surrounding mountains and also fantastic golf courses. There are also a number of trout fishing spots in various streams and dams on the surrounding farms. For a wine tour with a difference hop onto a horse and visit a few of the Vignerons de Franschhoek.
However, those in favour of a more sedate excursion might prefer to just drive themselves or engage the services of a local guide to make their visits memorable. If you're in the vicinity in July, try to visit Franschhoek over the weekend closest to Bastille Day (14th July) when the village celebrates its French heritage with a wine and gourmet fair and lots, lots more.