South Africa Accommodation,
Western Cape

Le Quartier Francais


Le Quartier Francais is a luxurious boutique hotel in central Franschoek, famous for its gourmet dining. The hotel offers 21 personally designed rooms and suites, all with vibrant colours and modern furnishings. All of the spacious rooms have private bathrooms, seating, free WiFi and TV and DVD player.

The hotel has two restaurants including the famous Tasting Room, run by award-winning chef Margot Janse. Dinners here are an 8-course degustation affair involving daily specials prepared with fresh ingredients.

The Garden Room serves hearty breakfasts, and for evening drinks and light snacks there is the lounge cocktail bar. The hotel is a 45-minute drive from Cape Town and provides free parking and bicycle rental.

Le Quartier Francais also features a spa with a full menu of massage treatments, and an attractive garden with swimming pool and sun loungers. It makes an ideal base from which to explore the Cape Winelands.


Restaurant, cocktail bar, lounge, free WiFi, TV, DVD player, swimming pool, spa, bicycle rental, and onsite parking.

Optional Activities

Tours of Franschoek area, bicycle excursions and spa treatments.

Alan Godwin

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our South Africa tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

We have just received the feedback form from you for our recent trip to South Africa which I will fill out shortly but I also wanted to thank you personally for organising us such a fantastic trip. The sheer variety of scenery and activities was amazing and the accommodation was uniformly excellent. We enjoyed good weather for our first few days in Cape Town allowing us get the best from Table Mountain as well as travel down to the Cape of Good Hope. A storm front did give a couple of wet days but this had little impact on our wine tasting in Franschhoek. In Hermanus we were fortunate to spot an early southern right whale as well as a humpback. We absolutely loved Montusi mountain lodge – what a view! We were also glad we visited the battlefields and the drive to Fugitive’s Drift lodge was quite enjoyable although I will never complain about potholes in the UK again. The suites at Tanda Tula were amazing and well beyond anything we have previously experienced on safari. The wildlife viewing for mammals was excellent with great sightings of lions and rhino in particular. Once again, many thanks and it’s now time for us to start our diet as we ate and drank rather too well.

Mr JH - Hertfordshire