L'Ermitage Villa One and Villa Two

L'Ermitage Villa One and Villa Two

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On the slopes of the Franschhoek Pass, amidst tracts of fynbos and verdant vineyards, lies the cobble-street village of L'ermitage - Franschhoek Chateau & Villas. Set within the secure grounds of the prestigious Fransche Hoek Estate, between the Chamonix and Haute Cabriere wine estates, the village of L'ermitage has a five-star boutique hotel, a fine-dining restaurant, Sixteen 88, and well-stocked delicatessen for picnics and home entertaining. There's even a Skin & Body Sanctuary, with a comprehensive range of cleansing, holistic treatments to help ensure that the peace of L'ermitage penetrates deep into the body.

Bedrooms and Bathrooms:
Both the villas are beautifully furnished with sumptuous touches of luxury throughout; equally so the no-expenses-spared finishes. Depending on your accommodation numbers you may opt for the one-bedroom (L'ermitage One) or two-bedroom (L'ermitage Two) villa, or book them both - ideal for two couples traveling together, one with children. Both villas have gorgeous vistas and feature well-appointed, fully-equipped kitchens, designed for those who live to eat, rather than those who eat to live - then again, with Franschhoek at your feet, you are spoilt for the finest dining choices, with world-rated chefs at your service!

Outdoor:
Each villa has its own patio with outdoor furniture and small splash pool with breathtaking mountain views. Guests can enjoy leisurely hours next to the heated communal swimming pool and tinkling fountain. There is secure parking for all visitors in the access controlled estate.

Other:
Serviced daily.
Franschhoek is in the heart of the Cape Winelands, within easy striking distance of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. If the city life is what you need now and then, the V&A Waterfront of Cape Town is 45 minutes away. Popular beaches are a mere 25 to 30 minutes away. We can arrange for a private wine tour, tailor made to your (wine or architectural) preferences - after all you're in what is justifiably known as the culinary capital of the Cape!