L'ermitage Franschhoek Chateau & Villas
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- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'ermitage Franschhoek Chateau & Villas
Wonderful stay of 7 nights in late October. Felt like I was staying in a replica of Versailles - so luxerious and beautiful with many flowers. Food was very good too. Staff was wonderful. Only thing not perfect was that the internet was intermittent. Highy recommend.
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Today we visited Table Mountain, the District 6 Museum, the Old Biscuit Mill, Cape of Good Hope National Park, saw the African penguins at Boulders Beach, and ran into a family of wild ostrich including 7 babies. We also saw several Bonte Bok. Had dinner in Kalk Bay at a seaside restaurant, the Ship's Bell. On our way home in the dark that evening …
While we awoke to some rain in Franschhoek, in Stellenbosch the sun has come out and the afternoon was sunny and warm. Liz and Glenn started out early for a golf game while the rest of us left a bit later for the Cheetah Outreach near Sommerset West, where we had a tour of the facilities and the various animals including the cheetahs they have …
Woke up to rain today but fortunately it was only off and on. Left after breakfast for Paarl, enroute stopping to see a statute of Nelson Mandela in front of a prison he last occupied. We then visited the Nederburg Winery - one of the largest privately owned in South Africa. We spent close to 2 hours there and had a complete tour of all their …
Given the poor weather, we changed our plans and stayed closer to Franschhoek. We will go to Hermanus on Sunday instead, as it is forecast for sunny warm weather starting tomorrow. After breakfast we went to the Taal Monument - a tribute to the Afrikaans language. Incredible architecture and the views would have been lovely had we been able to see …
We started our day with a lovely breakfast at our villa, L'ermitage, and left around 9:30 for Capetown. It was rather cloudy and misty when we left and unfortunately Table Mountain was covered by its "table cloth". So we passed on it for now (will try to go up when it is clear). In Capetown, we toured Bo Kaap with its colourful houses and walked …