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We experienced a wonderful relaxing stay in probably one of the most beautiful small hotels in Franshoek.
The service does not leave anything to be desired. The owner cares about the guests like family members. The breakfast and the table setting was royal. The garden...More
James (the owner) was nice, always smiling and super helpful by recommending and booking restaurants to us. The room (on the ground floor) was cozy and very comfortable. Breakfast was delicious, with hot and cold options. There was parking available inside the property free of...More
Lovely welcoming guesthouse. Lovely country feel to the house. Stayed in the 2 rooms upstairs. Beautifully decorated. Great friendly host who's recommendations were great. Lovely breakfast on both mornings
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Stayed for one night during our drive through SA. It is a very nice place, with good cozy rooms, a nice dog :) and a great owner who runs the place.
Situated just off the main street, so everything in town is more or less...More
Maison Chablis is perfectly situated for the Main Street in Franschhoek. We stayed in the superior double room which was so clean and comfortable. The bedding and furnishings are of a very high quality. The pool area is immaculate and the breakfasts would suit everyone....More
Hi, There is uber in the village though I am not familiar with its use in the evenings. We have a several local taxi companies that charge a moderate fee for short trips. Currently the fee is about R240 return for distances... More
Hi, There is uber in the village though I am not familiar with its use in the evenings. We have a several local taxi companies that charge a moderate fee for short trips. Currently the fee is about R240 return for distances up to about 3 km. Uber would be cheaper if available. Consider though the wine tram for a days wine tasting. At R220.00 per person for the whole days transport, it is by far the least expensive way of getting around. We are very central to all village restaurants, and a 5 minute walk on average would get you to at least 4 of the best restaurants. Tuk Tuk micro brewery is just 120 metres up from us as well.