Dating back to 1685, Boschendal is a place where generations of families have worked. It is these combinations of stories and histories, mythical landscapes and mysterious mountains that compel repeat visits.
The Cape Dutch Manor House dates back to 1777. This exclusive house has five bedrooms accommodating ten guests. The interior has been beautifully restored to its former glory, but with a definite contemporary touch.
A luxury 11 bedroom guesthouse at the heart of town. Just meters away from the historic centre, the guesthouse is an easy walking distance from Franschhoek’s enviable variety of restaurants, museums, monuments, exclusive shops and art galleries – and the famous wine tram, of course.
An icon located in the heart of Franschhoek village, Le Quartier Français comprises a romantic boutique hotel and two charming independent villas. The auberge is home to an award-winning restaurant, La Petite Colombe, and Protégé, the casual fine dining eatery.
Leeu House, a serene oasis on the main street of vibrant Franschhoek, is set in secluded gardens with a pool and terrace. Surrounded by award-winning restaurants, wine farms and speciality shops, guests are spoilt for choice.
The flagship property, Leeu Estates encompasses various luxury accommodation options, Leeu Spa & Gym, innovative cuisine in The Dining Room, Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines, Indaba – an event and meeting venue, an exceptional art collection and immaculately landscaped gardens.
The portfolio currently comprises three five-star boutique properties in South Africa’s winelands: Leeu Estates, a 17-room country house and boutique winery in the Franschhoek