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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge Clermont Franschhoek
A charming hotel - nestled within the Franschhoek vineyards. Integrated into a working vineyard Jane and her team offer a warm welcome to guests. The "villas" are extremely comfortable - ours had front and rear patio doors, double bed, TV, mini-bar and an expansive en-suite bathroom. Stunning views from the rear to the mountains. Guests can wander the vineyards or take a dip in the modest open air pool, or simply relax on the patios or public (wi-fi) room. Cooked breakfasts can be taken in the dining room or in the sunlit courtyard.
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I could wax lyrical about the views from the Franschhoek Pass looking back towards the town. Or I could share the view of my Carrot Cake - a sweet view if ever there was one.
Seriously though. A short distance north of the town lies the mountain road through the pass towards Villiersdorp. The exposed rocky mountainsides not dissimilar to …
"Welcome to the Mother City." An authentic greeting echoed by Immigration to the Latte seller in Vidae Caffe.
Our arrival in Cape Town was as smooth as our journey to it. Smooth and efficient. Bags & contents all on the carousel in-tact. A big plus mark for South Africa.
A modern, airy, arrival hall minus the chaotic, frantic …
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‘Why not English oak? Or American Oak? Is the oak outside of France of lesser quality than French oak?’ he asks. None of us really know the answer to this. ‘It’s the romance of it. The oak is all the same. It is just the romance of it.’
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