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 always new existed, but weren’t quite sure where it was. Upon driving into Franschhoek for the first time, Annelise heard the still quiet voice within; Welcome home! They purchased the derelict Whale Cottage and and completely renovated the building, transforming it into a modern and stylish guest house.
It’s been a tough few months for them, but now they are almost done with the finishing touches and furnishings.
Le Petit Paris will be open for bookings for Bastille Day 2016. So if you need accommodation for the festival, you know where to go.
UPDATE – August 2016
Le Petit Paris Guest House is now officially open for visitors to Franschhoek looking for superb accommodation. There are 8 beautifully appointed rooms, with excellent views of the surrounding mountains to choose from. Some have delightful private balconies, others have large bay windows. I am told that Colin is a master at making breakfast and i am looking forward to a breakfast there soon. Unfortunately i missed the first open breakfast due to being ill at the time.
For the summer months there is a refreshing swimming pool to enjoy, where you can relax with a glass of wine on a hot summer day. Colin is a sports fan and there is a large TV in the lounge if you do not want to miss a vital rugby game.
Le Petit Paris is only a few minutes walk from the village centre so you can go dining out and shopping without having to get into a car to go to the village, a bonus in a wine drinking town like Franschhoek.
So if you are looking for accommodation in Franschhoek that offers style, comfort and convenience, then look no further than Le Petit Paris.
Le Petit Paris