Franschhoek: Stay for Two, Including Breakfast and Chocolate Making at Klein Oliphant’s Hoek Boutique Hotel

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Travellers indulge sweet teeth and break away from the hustle and bustle with a luxury stay for two, including breakfast and a chocolate culinary experience at Klein Oliphant’s Hoek Boutique Hotel.


Choose between these options:


  • R699 for a weekday one-night stay for two
  • R1 395 for an anytime two-night stay for two
  • R1 999 for an anytime three-night stay for two


Includes breakfast and a R100 voucher toward chocolate making, per person




The Hotel at a Glance

An elegant and sophisticated boutique hotel in the heart of the Franschhoek village, Klein Oliphant's Hoek Boutique Hotel offers an escape – combining old-world charm with comfortable accommodation deep in the heart of the Winelands. The hotel was built as a mission station and offers old-time chic with a touch of colonial splendour. With warm and personalised service, the hotel also offers private pools and a Jacuzzi set in secluded courtyards, as well as a verandah overlooking beautiful rose and lavender scented gardens surrounded by magnificent views of the Franschhoek Mountains. Guests can enjoy a hearty meal in the seven table restaurant with romantic atmosphere and intimate setting. The lounge offers travellers a fireplace and free Wi-Fi while soft lounge music permeates the hotel by day.


  • Combining old-world charm with comfort
  • Lounge with fireplace and free Wi-Fi
  • Cosy seven table restaurant
  • Warm personalised service
  • Private pools and jacuzzi
  • Secluded courtyards and a verandah overlooking rose and lavender gardens
  • Magnificent views of the Franschhoek Mountains


Room Details

The hotel offers elegantly decorated, comfortable and cosy en-suite rooms, with fireplaces in six of the rooms.


  • Elegantly decorated rooms
  • Fire places in six of the eight rooms
  • All en-suite and furnished for comfort
  • Maximum occupancy: Two adults




What to do in the Cape Winelands

Home to some of the Cape’s most legendary wines, the Winelands are known as South Africa’s culinary capital – famous for its classic Cape Dutch homesteads, mountainous surrounds, grand heritage and sumptuous restaurants.

With famous wine-estates such as Neethlingshof, Delheim, Spier, Saxenburg, Welmoed and Delaire, stunning mountains, galleries and antique stores and just 3km from three of the top restaurants in South Africa, there’s something for everyone within the Winelands.

Dripping with historical charm, culture and architectural heritage, each of the Winelands towns offers something special – from wine estates to olive tasting and leather factories of Wellington to the breathtaking scenery of Paarl.

Apart from a wide choice of wine estate cellars lined with top-class wines, foodies can also enjoy a variety of locally produced cheeses, olives, export-quality fruit and organic produce – as well as the sheer beauty of the surroundings, world-class golf courses and numerous cycling, walking and hiking routes.


Highlights

  • Luxurious and comfortable surroundings in Franschhoek
  • Includes continental breakfast and chocolate culinary experience for two
  • Certificate of Excellence 2012

The Fine Print

Valid until 14 October 2014




Reservation:


Reservations required:. All bookings must be made within 7 working days of purchase – no refunds thereafter. Groupons will be redeemed once the booking has been confirmed.




Policies:


100% cancellation fee applies after bookings have been confirmed. Rescheduling of a booking provided the change is made one week prior to arrival – subject to availability. No-shows forfeit Groupon. Check-in: 14:00; check-out: 10:00. Continental breakfast included. Surcharge applies for Hot English breakfast and must be booked in advance and paid directly to establishment. Children: An extra bed charge will be applicable, enquire additional rate and availability at hotel.   





Exclusions:


Not valid for any festival periods or limited availability during these periods. All meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.