Le Quartier Francais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... recommended by Kate and it is indeed lovely with great food. However, again due to the rain and cloud, we unfortunately were not able to see the wonderful view - but we knew it was there. :) Jim was given a personal, private tour of their wine making facilities, and got to taste what will be released as their Verdict 2015 vintage. The wineries, breweries and all the tastings were wonderful. We certainly are not lacking ...
... we should only pay student rates to get in, when we got the tickets they were for Pensioners and Scholars, not sure we are scholars, was he trying to tell us something? The grounds of the estate were huge, more of a stately home visit it seemed as we admired manicured lawns, 300 year old Camphor and Oak trees, herb and rose garden. Wines ...
... We are surrounded by pear trees and then beyond the little orchard, vineyards and mountains. Just perfect!
We have not planned on cooking for ourselves on this portion of our trip. When you’re in South Africa, it’s such good value to eat out that we’ve decided that’s an important aspect of enjoying what this country does well. South Africa may not do safety well, but they certainly know how to do food and ...
... Marple or Poirot to enter whilst dining :-) Its now 8am and after breakfast we are heading to Franschhoek which is supposed to be the jewel of the area. I have uploaded a few photos from our trip in Mpumalanga. Hope you like them.
... of yellow swallows make the trees their homes, with their hanging round nests. I was obsessed with one bird who was hanging upside-down on his, practically doing yoga moves.
Moving on to lunch, we went to Asara, a Relais Chateaux property, which had one of the most beautiful vistas I have ever seen. Bright green wine fields surrounding a flowering lake with black swans, and of course those mountains. It was almost ridiculous. I had an Asara ...