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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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... is set up on the hill outside the village with fantastic views of the mountains and vineyards. Our room has turned into a suite with large lounge and the man came today to instal a wifi router! Last night we went into town and thought we would take pot luck re a restaurant and had a sundowner first. We then found that pretty much every restaurant in the village was booked up and we ended up back at the sundowner bar having (excellent) burger and chips!! Proper first day ...
On Monday I was picked up and taken to the Kromco offices to meet Andre, Marketing Director, who organised my placement and has been my main contact. After a quick catch up with him it was off to the farm to start my 2 week stint with the Erwee family learning all about how apples are grown. Andries Erwee is the owner of the Monteith Trust which actually comprises 5 separate farms. I've never seen anything like it, they have their ...
... have their own sections and there are shacks with little or no electricity or running water which mostly house blacks. It is the blacks who work in the food and hospitality industry and labour in the vineyards where the wages are low. Some shops do reserve the right to admit customers, a feature we have seen across SA. There is much work to be done in SA to provide education and work for those who have ...
... a lovely breakfast at the Wild Peacock (which they happen to own). At breakfast her and her husband, Andrew, were kind enough to invite us for an afternoon home-cooked meal at there house - and there was no way we would pass up that opportunity! (something life on the road really makes you appreciate)
Walking into their beautiful home and seeing the Christmas tree, decorations, and taking in the warm scents of fresh chopped herbs and roasting spices, we ...
... 8220;trunk”, I do mean “rear glove compartment”) and the rest in the back seat, picked up a used tent Aaron found for sale on a local Craigslist, and we were off.
We arrived in Stellenbosch around 12:30 in the afternoon, so we set up camp at the appropriately named hostel “Stumble Inn” and grabbed a vineyard map of the area. The drive through the wine country in mid-autumn was beautiful – the ...