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James and his highly efficient team at Maison Chablis made the perfect end to our trip to SA. We stayed in the lovely annex cottage with its personal service, privacy, own parking and pool. MC is a short, safe, stroll from the heart of Franschhoek...More
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We were booked in for an overnight stay en route to the Garden Route.
This establishment was well placed for the Main Street but our first sight on getting out of our car in the guest house grounds was a rat running down the path...More
James, many thanks for your hospitality and warm welcome to the Maison Chablis. We loved room 8 and appreciated your help and advice for making the most out of our short stay with you. Your hotel is perfectly located just off the Main Street, 5...More
We have been to Franschhoek numerous times and this is our first stay at Maison Chablis. The building is absolutely gorgeous and very central. All the nice restaurants and cafes are within an easy walking distance. Room is exceptionally clean and lovely. The shower is...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.