Franschhoek Country House & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... couldn't bear it any longer and happened to find a surf shop near the restaurant we had lunch, I bought the cheapest dress and instantly felt like I was at the beach! We jumped in the car with the windows down and went exploring, we found some beautiful spots and drove Chapman's Peak which looks like a road out of James Bond. James was in his element and you could see it all over the big smile on his face. Today felt special, one I won't forget, it was ...
... yet. We had some much needed cheese and chutney and some really nice red wines - we bought a very SA pinotage and a bottle of the nicest port we have both ever had. We then came back to the hotel for a snooze after all that wine! With 8 bottle of wine to fit in the suitcase I might have to leave Steve at home! Thank you Steph and Simon for our bottles of wine - we will def enjoy ...
... to say she is a real trooper and kept on going with a big smile and happy disposition.
We did not hike all the way to the waterfall because I am just too out of shape!!! No laughing allowed my dear friends! Our next destination was to the Cheetah Reserve where we planned on getting to know these magnificent animals a little better. The drive took us around the mountains and into the wine land, again with beautiful scenery ...
... a town called Springbok but being Easter weekend it was heaving. It took us 40 minutes to get served a milkshake and then we had to fight our way round the supermarket trying to get some lunch. Early evening we arrived in the lovely town of Stellenbosch. The town was mainly of German influence so the buildings were really pretty. Our home for the next few nights was ...
... of indigenous klipspringers. Until recently there were also small numbers of fallow deer of European origin and sambar deer from southeast Asia. These were mainly in the Rhodes Memorial area but during the 1960s they could be found as far afield as Signal Hill. The animals may by ...