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Le Quartier Francais

21 rooms Spa great for families swimming

Le Quartier Francais is a small luxurious hotel in the village of Franschhoek, right in the centre of the Cape Winelands.  Less than an hour from Cape Town, it is an ideal place from which to explore the Western Cape.

Accommodation & Facilities
The 21 individually appointed en-suite rooms are split into four categories all situated around a central courtyard with beautiful well maintained gardens and a large swimming pool. There are nine en-suite Auberge Rooms, three Grande Rooms, three Petite Garden Suites and two Auberge Suites (with children's lofts and private pools). The Four Quarters Suites are four larger, modern suites with luxurious in room facilities including flat screen TV’s and computing facilities, a second pool, and all serviced by a private butler.

Activities
'The Tasting Room', one of Le Quartier’s restaurants, is rated as one of the 50 best in the world and renowned for its innovative cuisine; Grande Chef Margot Janse serves a unique, African Inspired Surprise Tasting menu.  For more informal dining, 'The Common Room' offers lighter meals and an a la carte menu throughout the day.  For those wanting to enjoy a spot of pampering there is also 'The Treatment Room' offering an array of spa treatments from facials to massages, and the new 'b.gorgeous' day spa for manicures and pedicures.

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4.86 stars - based on 7 reviews

REVIEWS OF LE QUARTIER FRANCAIS

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Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - NSW, AUSTRALIA   
TRAVEL DATE: SEP 2014    POSTED: SEP 2014
Great accommodation and good location in town and fabulous food at the Tasting Plate.

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Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - TEXAS, USA   
TRAVEL DATE: SEPT 2013    POSTED: JUN 2014
Amazing accommodations!
Our stay was not long enough! After a long day in the wine country it was wonderful to relax by our blazing fire in our beautiful very large room. We had plenty of space to pack for our long trip home. It w... Read More

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Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - CALIFORNIA, USA   
TRAVEL DATE: OCT 2013    POSTED: NOV 2013
Very nice accommodations! The dinner was off the charts one of the most amazing I have ever had !

1384288343 5
Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - CALIFORNIA, USA   
TRAVEL DATE: OCT 2013    POSTED: NOV 2013
A great hotel. We even purchased one of the paper mache animals they had in the lobby (a hippo actually) to remind us of the experience.

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Le Quartier Francais
4 5
    - QUEBEC, CANADA   
TRAVEL DATE: AUG 2013    POSTED: OCT 2013
The room was exquisite but we must advice others travellers to make a reservation to the restaurant (Tasting room) before. The hotel doesn't reserve tables for people staying at the hotel. Thanks to manager from Welgelegen Guest H... Read More

1381155572 5
Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - EDINBURGH, UK   
TRAVEL DATE: 2010    POSTED: OCT 2013
We had such a wonderful stay, have felt completely relaxed and pampered with everything from open fires, candles in the room, little packets of fudge to the very sweet notes left on the bathroom mirror each night. The meal in the ... Read More

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Le Quartier Francais
5 5
    - CALIFORNIA, USA   
TRAVEL DATE: 2011    POSTED: OCT 2013
I love Le Quartier Francais for its clever, quirky feel, impeccable service and great atmosphere.  A really good place for honeymooners and families alike. And it has the most amazing restaurant and breakfast, and a small cin... Read More

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When is the best time to go on a safari holiday in South Africa?
South Africa is very much a country of two halves in terms of climate, with the north or the country, including Kruger National Park, the Madikwe Reserve and the reserves of KwaZulu Natal experiencing very different weather throughout the year to that found along the southern coast in the Kwandwe Reserve and Cape Town.

January and February
In the north of the country these summer months in South Africa bring hot temperatures and some rain, but wildlife tends to be in good health and give birth to their young and migrating birds move through these areas. The clear air and dramatic skies mean photography can be great.

In the south the summer months are the best time to visit with sunny days and a much lower chance of rain.

March and April
In the north these months spell the end of the rains and can be a ‘mid-season’ for the numbers of safari visitors and prices. The bush becomes more lush and green and animals are in great condition. These months are a fantastic time of year to combine a safari in northern South Africa with a holiday in Cape Town.

Although autumn in the south of South Africa means cooler days, it’s still a great time to visit Cape Town and the southern coast, with the grape harvest being a draw to the Winelands of Franschhoek, Stellenbosch and Paarl.

May to August
The north of South Africa is firmly into winter, although here this means clear sunny days and cooler evenings and nights – make sure you’ve got something warm for those early morning drives on an open safari vehicle. As the bush dies back wildlife viewing becomes easier as vistas open up and animals are also drawn to the remaining permanent water. Although these months are holiday months for Europeans, they're not for South Africans, so there can be some surprising bargains.

Winter in Cape Town and the southern coast of South Africa is the time the weather is at its most varied with clear days quickly becoming cold and wet. It’s a time for all but the most determined or hardy to steer clear of this area of the country.

September and October
Temperatures are climbing in the north and game viewing is very good. The land is starting to look parched, animals are driven to water and the dust in the air means sunsets can be spectacular. These are super months to combine a safari in the north with a stay in Cape Town.

Cape Town and South Africa’s southern coast are warming up and these are good months to visit, with the spring flowers in the Western Cape a particular highlight.


November and December

The first rains can fall in the north of South Africa in November and December, but the short sharp showers that do fall can take some of the heat out of the air and leave a wonderful ‘post rain’ scent. Wildlife viewing is still very good and the first flush of new grass adds to the beauty of the scenery. A Christmas safari in the warmth is an excellent way to avoid the cold damp weather of the northern hemisphere.

Quite rightly these months are high season for holidays to Cape Town, South Africa’s Winelands and the southern coast. Days are hot and sunny and the evenings are warm enough to sit out and enjoy a fabulous meal al fresco.

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