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594 wonderful accommodation options from 27 different holiday letting websites, such as Expedia or ZenHotels.com, are currently available in Franschhoek. By comparing these accommodation options, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular properties in Franschhoek.
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Rent a holiday apartment, home or cottage in Franschhoek: from £35 per night
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The weather in Franschhoek
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During January, maximum temperatures go up to more than 27° However, temperatures can go lower than 7° in Franschhoek in July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Franschhoek holiday lettings give a hint of France in South Africa
The village of Franschhoek is an inspiring destination for the discerning traveller, with luxurious and exclusive Cape Dutch or Colonial French style apartments and cottages. Franschhoek accommodation provides intimate seclusion surrounded by delightful pastoral scenes and interesting diversions in the lush Franschhoek Valley.
Wine tours and handcrafted fare for culinary bliss
Franschhoek accommodation is surrounded by culinary excellence. Dine at world-renowned restaurants offering gourmet choices, traditional Western Cape cookery, picnics, and farm-to-table meals in this excellent foodie destination.
Top-class wine farms in Franschhoek offer the chance to explore the cellars and match their product with something special – be it chocolate, biltong, nougat, or designer nibbles. Artisan breads, cheese, and charcuterie, as well as fine brandies and excellent wines, are available all around the village and surrounding farms.
Walk among galleries, museums, and vintage cars
Franschhoek's rich cultural scene comes alive at art galleries scattered throughout the broad tree-lined avenues of the town and on nearby wine estates. The village galleries are found within an easy walking distance of each other and house examples of international, local, and African artworks, as well as irresistible local crafts.
Delve into the history of the town's settlers at the Huguenot Museum and Memorial on the outskirts of the village. Nearby, the Franschhoek Motor Museum showcases the fine craftsmanship and engineering of yesteryear with an impressive collection of rare vehicles.
Making tracks through the countryside
Take a trip on the Wine Tram, which travels to the best local sights in an ongoing loop. You can hop on and off as the mood takes you. It's the perfect way to enjoy wine tastings.
Go horse riding, quad biking, or walking among the vineyards, nature reserves, and hills. Take in a live jazz concert at Rickety Bridge Winery or experience a cookery lesson at one of the country's finest restaurants.
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