Franschhoek: Bed and Breakfast Accommodation for Two at Lavender Farm Guesthouse
- Private patio overlooking lavender fields and mountains
- Surrounded by mountains and lavender fields
- Fresh breakfast served daily
Guests escape to the charming Winelands for a lavender-scented escape surrounded by mountain views at Lavender Farm Guesthouse.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R1 249 for a two-night midweek stay for two
- Pay R1 875 for a three-night stay for two
- Pay R2 499 for a four-night stay for two
In a Deluxe Suite, including breakfast
The Hotel at a Glance
Nestled in a valley enclosed by mountains and fields of lavender, Lavender Farm Guesthouse is lauded as being the only guesthouse in Franschhoek to find its home on a lavender farm. A charming boutique hotel with space for a maximum of 28 guests, Lavender Farm accommodates travellers in individually decorated suites, and breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room with French doors.
When not out exploring the charming Winelands or taking advantage of spa treatments, horse riding excursions or wine tastings in Franshhoek, guests can kick back and admire the view with a glass of local wine, or take a splash in the pool.
A full range of beauty therapies is also available in the comfort of your suite, provided by Mobile Beauty - Marise De Kock.
- Fresh breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room with French doors
- Enjoy a glass of local wine in the garden while enjoying the view
- Staff are happy to organise spa treatments, horse riding excursions or wine tastings in Franshhoek
- Mobile Beauty - Marise De Kock provides beauty therapies in the comfort of your suite
Each spacious and elegant, individually decorated room boasts its own colour scheme, equipped with en-suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and a private terrace.
- King-sized beds
- 40-inch flat screen TV
- En-suite bathroom equipped with both shower and bath
- Private patio overlooking lavender fields and mountains Maximum occupancy: two adults
What to do in The Garden Route
A popular and scenic stretch of the South-Eastern coast, the Garden Route stretches from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River, over the Paul Sauer Bridge in the extreme western reach of the neighbouring Eastern Cape.
The ultimate tourist escape, with activities ranging from the daring Bloukrans Bungee Jump, ziplining through the Tsitsikamma forest, coming face to face with elephants or perfecting your swing with a game of golf at one of the many lush golf courses, there’s something for everyone along the Garden Route. As ecologically diverse and verdant vegetation mingles with numerous lagoons and lakes dotted along the coast, this beautiful stretch is home to a vast number of prestigious wines estates, golf courses, and other attractions like the Addo Elephant Park – the third largest national park in South Africa – the Cango Caves or Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours. Travellers can fill up on adrenalin scuba-diving or blackwater tubing on Storms River, while the more laid-back can get their nature fix at Birds of Eden or see the Route from a different perspective with a scenic helicopter flight.
White sandy beaches, beautiful landscapes and a wide range of art, shopping, culture and nature, there’s something for everyone along the Garden Route.