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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... with family portraits and paintings by the owner's wife (did I listen and remember correctly?) and the gardens were designed by one of the most renowned landscape architects and the lushness and wildness of it is beautiful and perfect in it's incompleteness. A plan is essential but following it not....
Another day, another winefarm, we decided to try out the only winefarm walking distance to the city centre and owned by the current randlords of the region called ...
... work in some rehab facility or the hospital and then volunteer in the townships. I thought the need for SLPs in the US was high.... here they are very very rare. Afikaans shouldn't be too hard to learn...
After the tour of the facility, we went to Manenberg to go out with our home based care workers. We only got to see two patients.. one just with severe varicose veins in her calf and then the other with arthritis. So not a very eventful day in that ...
Busy day. We decided to head down to the Cape of Good Hope. We drove past the beautiful Clifton beaches and Camps Bay then down to Chapman's Peak Drive.
The toll route is spectacular - stunning views of Hoeks Bay all the way. The place names made me giggle - Llandudno and Scarborough, without a static in sight and no knickerbocker glories.
The Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point were ruggedly pretty, but way too many people for our ...
... just outside of Simon’s Town, so we pulled in to the public parking lot only to learn our second lesson of the road in South Africa (the first being – drive on the left-hand side) – you have to pay people to watch your car while you’re parked so no one breaks in. I guess technically, you don’t have to, but if a guy tells us he’ll watch our car for a tip – do his buddies break in the second we say ...