Cape Town Accommodation

Le Franschhoek Hotel and Spa

Franschhoek, Cape Winelands

Nestled in the heart of the Cape Winelands, Le Franschhoek Hotel and Spa sits quiet and unassuming - surrounded by magnificent mountain vistas. Ease into pure luxury, and be treated to elegant finishes and careful attention to detail. Bordered by leafy vineyards in the small town of Franschhoek, Le Franschhoek Hotel offers a remarkable selection of inspiring venues, delectable restaurants, and indulgent spa treatments, to present luxurious hotel accommodation at its best.

At a glance

  • Rooms
    • 79 Bedrooms in Total
    • WiFi in rooms
    • DSTV
    • Air Conditioning
    • Under Floor heating
    • Tea and coffee making
  • Spa
  • Bar and Lounge
  • Room Service
  • Parking
  • Shuttle service
  • 3 on site restaurants
  • Pool
  • Tennis court

Furnished for two, our Standard Rooms are elegantly finished with neutral tones to complement the palette of the surrounding country-side. Hand-picked artwork and fresh flowers give the rooms a relaxing air. Wake up to breath-taking views of the towering mountain and beautifully-crafted gardens. Our friendly staff can arrange the rooms for your convenience, and the comfortable twin beds can be made up into one king-size bed upon request. The en-suite bathrooms, with separate vanities and a frame-less glass shower, are complete with miniature amenities, bathrobes and slippers for extra indulgence and optimum relaxation.

The Standard Family Rooms offer exceptional comfort for larger parties and accommodate four guests in fine style. Twin beds, which are found in the main sleeping area, can be made up separately or together to form a king-size bed, while the cosy, thatched loft houses two additional single beds. Elegant décor enhances the peaceful ambiance of the hotel, and provides a comfortable retreat at the end of an active day.
The stylish en-suite bathroom boasts a modern, frame-less glass shower and miniature amenities, as well as other useful features to ensure your comfort. Tea and coffee making facilities, which include an espresso machine with fragrant coffee pods, are provided, along with fresh fruit to welcome you on your arrival.

Furnished with elegant décor and extra-luxurious finishes, the Deluxe Room is an essential addition to your Cape winelands getaway. A spacious balcony, complete with comfortable seating area, overlooks towering mountains, verdant vineyards and the beautifully kept gardens. The Deluxe Rooms accommodate two guests in a lavish king-size bed, and its tall windows fill the room with natural light.

The modern en-suite bathrooms boasts his and hers vanities, capacious baths and frame-less glass showers, which are just some of the features available to ensure your comfort.

Plush four-poster king-size beds offer a restful haven at the end of an active day in the winelands. Complete with comfortable inside and outside seating areas, choose to sit on the spacious balcony overlooking the verdant vineyards and impressive mountains, or enjoy the cosy view from the luxurious armchairs indoors.
The opulence extends to the en-suite bathrooms with double vanities, deep baths and glass-walled showers. Muted tones and elegant furnishings are used throughout the Suites, with framed artworks and delicate flowers adding colour and distinction. Fresh, fluffy towels, bathrobes and slippers are just some of the simple additions to ensure the comfort of your stay.
While the villas are self-catering by nature, guests have full access to the wide range of facilities at Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa, situated just a short walk away.

Ideal for an extended stay or family holiday, the luxury Le Franschhoek Villas feature a comfortable lounge area with a television, a roomy patio and kitchenette for limited self-catering. The villas each accommodate guests in one or two luxurious bedrooms and plush en-suite bathrooms. Large, deep baths, glass-walled showers and double vanities are featured in both bathrooms and a range of complimentary miniature amenities are provided for your enjoyment.
Exquisite furnishings in natural tones and decadent linens wrap you in sophistication, while you lounge, relax and socialise in the spacious living areas that flow out onto the immaculate grounds of the Le Franschhoek Hotel. Vast manicured gardens filled with glorious flowers, and overlooked by the Franschhoek Mountains, surround the Villas, providing a relaxing ambiance for your well-deserved break.
While the villas are self-catering by nature, guests have full access to the wide range of facilities at Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa, situated just a short walk away.

Nestled in the verdant Franschhoek valley, Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa offers a host of entertaining activities to ensure you get the most out of your stay. Venture out into the valley, go horseback wine-tasting or hike through the superb mountains. Stay within the striking grounds and treat yourself to a luxurious spa treatment or indulgent massage. This outstanding variety makes Le Franschhoek a first-class option for both local and international travellers.

With a compressive array of on-site facilities, you need not venture far to stay entertained. These facilities include:

  • The Camelot Spa
  • Babysitting services by prior arrangement
  • An enticing Swimming Pool
  • Tennis courts
  • A dedicated Travel Desk

Franschhoek – South Africa’s ‘French Corner’ – boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage, which dates as far back as the late 1600’s, and is commemorated in a multitude of ways throughout the small town. With impressive memorials, an assortment of history museums and charming Cape Dutch architecture, a trip to Franschhoek offers more than just a scenic vista. Meander through the vineyards, or along the broad avenues, and feel the history of the place around every corner.

In 1685, Protestantism was outlawed in France, thus forcing hundreds of people to flee from their homes. Almost 300 of these so-called Huguenots arrived at the Cape of Good Hope by ship, and were soon given land by the then Dutch government in a valley called Oliphantshoek (Elephant’s Corner), where they would come to settle. With the influx of French occupants, this valley, which once derived its name from the vast herds of elephants that made their way into the area to calve, soon became known as le Coin Français (French Corner, in French), and later Franschhoek (French Corner, in Dutch).

This interesting and resilient Franschhoek history is still honoured in the modern-day town, and several attractions both celebrate and elaborate on the town’s origins. In much the same way, various aspects of the town are dedicated to the arts, and are worth a visit on your trip to Franschhoek.

Choose from an exciting selection of Arts & Culture activities in Franschhoek:

  • Visit the Huguenot Museum
  • Admire the Huguenot Memorial
  • Take a trip to the Franschhoek Motor Museum
  • Board the Franschhoek Wine Tram
  • Appreciate the unspoilt Cape Dutch architecture
  • Pay a visit to the Museum van de Caab
  • Celebrate with the Bastille Festival


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