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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a good breakfast we headed off for the 30 min drive to Franschhoek (French Corner). The place was jumping as Bastille Day celebrations were underway - markets, bunting, food and wine, everyone wearing red or blue berets, etc. The area was settled in the 1680s by Huguenot families escaping Catholic persecution, and their roots are still evident. There was ...
... sample 4 wines, however, was an excellent call. We spent a relaxing hour sampling Ernie's best before a short tour around Stellenbosch. A short drive showed us the oldest street and the Cape Dutch architecture. We headed on to Leopards Leap in Franzhoek. We had lunch at Leopards Leap - the pork belly was awesome and it was the first time we got to eat salad or veggies. That had been ...
... In fact, it’s so small that it’s hard to know where the cellar door is. We find it and enter into a tasting room that feels almost medieval. We opt for their premium reserve tasting, which will allow us to taste all of their top wines. Nothing on the list has received lower than 4.5 stars out of five from Platter. This costs us 50 rand each, about four quid. We are not disappointed. We can’t fault anything we try!
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We arrived yesterday at lunchtime and booked into our accomodation at La Galiniere Cottages. Its really nice and spacious with all the mod cons. Yesterday afternoon we went to a vineyard for a wine tasting and tour. Very informative and plenty to drink. Am not a wine buff but now know a bit more than i did. Last night we went to ...
... of Franschhoek, the more French region. This estate was huge and unbelievably gorgeous, the dream wedding venue. First we visited the Manor House where the white, Dutch-influenced architecture we'd seen so much of sat against the bright green lawns. We blindly strolled around the house and found ourselves transported into what just had to be Queen Elizabeth’s private gardens. It was dreamy and the photos I took do not do the place ...