Welcome to Le Petit Paris!
Guest House, Franschhoek
With a walking distance of only 300 meters from the main street, restaurants and shops, Le Petit Paris is ideally situated to explore the delights that Franschhoek has to offer. Relax in the tranquil atmosphere surrounding this guest house created by lavender walkways, water fountains and lush green trees. Rooms are spacious and upstairs suites offer spectacular mountain views. Ground floor rooms have cosy bay windows beckoning guests to enjoy the views of the peaceful garden.
Gently wake up to the aromatic smell of coffee brewing. After a scrumptious breakfast, enjoy quiet time in the garden and listen to the sounds of indigenous birds singing along to the melody of the trickling garden stream. Bask in the sun next to the sparkling blue pool or just relax under cool green vines.
For Your Franschhoek Getaway
Winter months offer a warm, cosy lounge overlooking the garden to catch up on some reading and much needed rest. With a bit of luck a snow capped mountain forms the ideal backdrop while getting all snug with a warm cappuccino, a glass of red wine or sherry. Winter is the ideal time for a mountain getaway, exquisite cuisine, romantic dinners, crackly log fires and visits to the many coffee shops in the area.
Summer or winter, Le Petit Paris guest house is your ideal getaway destination surrounded by dramatic mountains in the heart of the Cape Winelands.
Come and stay with us as we take you back in time for an enchanting walk through cobble stoned gardens and join us in our extraordinary journey that brought us to the fascinating and beautiful village of Franschhoek . . .
News From Our Blog
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Welcome to Le Petit Paris. Franschhoek has a new guest house. Le Petit Paris Guest House is a little bit of Paris in Franschhoek. Colin and Annelise Atkins moved from Johannesburg in late 2015 and fell in love with Franschhoek. It felt like coming to the home they...read more
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