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Le Quartier Francais | Winelands Hotels

Le Quartier Francais is a small privately owned hotel in the heart of the French Huguenot village of Franschoek. The hotel, which has 15 well appointed rooms and 2 suites, is renowned for its innovative cuisine; an eclectic blend of Cape flavours with a provençal influence that has led to a placing on ‘South Africa’s top 10 restaurants’ list for the past five years running. 

Le Quartier Francais


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Le Quartier Francais also pride themselves on their friendly and world class service - as acknowledged by their recent inclusion in Tatler’s “Best Small Hotels in the World”.

The hotel rooms are all very spacious, with luxurious furniture and décor, en-suite bathrooms and wood-burning fires for the cooler winter evenings. All the rooms look out onto a central garden courtyard and swimming pool. There is also a private library and a 24 seater private cinema from which a selection classic films and latest releases are shown.

At South Africa’s 2012 Eat Out Awards, the Tasting Room claimed the number two spot in the Top 10 Restaurant’s Category, and Margot Janse, the executive chef, was crowned Chef of the Year 2012.

Our travel consultants have visited the area. Please contact us to hear our opinion about this hotel and many more in the Winelands. Phone: 0207 622 5114. Email: info@imagineafrica.co.uk







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For more information about Le Quartier Francais, please contact our advisors by email or by phone at 0207 622 5114.

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We are ATOL bonded. This is an insurance policy run by the UK government to protect customer money if we go out of business.
We are ATOL bonded. This is an insurance policy run by the UK government to protect customer money if we go out of business.
We are ATOL bonded. This is an insurance policy run by the UK government to protect customer money if we go out of business.
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