Franschhoek Wine Valley

  • P.O. Box 178
  • Franschhoek, Western Cape
  • 7690
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • +27218762861
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Chocolate, once regarded as a ‘gift of the gods’ by the ancient Mayans, enjoyed a less favourable status when it first landed in Europe, where it was viewed with suspicion: the exhilaration and joy that cocoa elicited in consumers was seen as a devilish temptation, and chocolate became an ‘underground’ treat, enjoyed only by a daring few, who disregarded rules in favour of indulgence.

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The Franschhoek Mystery Weekends are back!

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 27 June 2017 7:10 PM CAT
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Book your unforgettable Franschhoek Mystery Weekend experience for either both, or one of these available dates:

- 28 to 30 July

- 25 to 27 August

Packages available at R4600 per couple for 2 nights. Each package include the following:

- Two nights’ accommodation;

- Breakfast daily;

- An exclusive Friday night get together;

- Dinner on the Saturday night;

- Lunch on either the Saturday or the Sunday;

- A selection of fun filled bespoke Franschhoek experiences which will be revealed upon your check in, but are guaranteed to be unforgettable. 

For bookings or more information, contact Carmen Arendse on mysteryweekend@franschhoek.org.za .

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Franschhoek is #OpenForWinter

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 26 June 2017 11:25 AM CAT
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Don’t let the cold weather get the better of you this Winter. Use the opportunity to venture to the Franschhoek Wine Valley which is #OpenForWinter. Come out from the cold and discover the amazing offers Franschhoek has in store for you this season. Cozy warm fireplaces, robust red wines, soul comforting food and so much more.

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Salomon Bastille Day trail run 2017

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 22 June 2017 11:25 AM CAT
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Salomon Bastille Day Trail Run on the 15th of July 2017

The Salomon Bastille Day Trail Run is a wilderness adventure, for which you need to be prepared – you have been warned!

The Franschhoek Mountains in July can be covered in snow. The rivers are scenic yet cold.

Read more here: http://franschhoek.org.za/event/salomon-bastille-day-trail-run-2017/

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