Burgundy Bourgogne in Franschhoek

Historical Manor House & Weddings in Franschhoek

4 star Cottages and Manor house in Franschhoek

Burgundy Bourgogne Farm
Burgundy Bourgogne Farm

The Huguenot Pierre de Villiers and his two younger brothers, Abraham and Jaques were originally from the town Bar-sur-Seine in Bourgogne in France. In 1689 they came to the Cape on the Zion from the Netherlands. The farm Bourgogne (66 morgen, 900 square roods in size), was granted by Simon van der Stel to Pierre de Villiers on 18th October 1694.

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This eighteenth century Huguenot experience might just be the answer. Steeped in Huguenot history, the Manor House (built in 1791) on Burgundy Bourgogne wine farm hs been meticulously restored and carefully furnished to provide discerning visitors with accommodation of the highest order. Boasting three spacious double bedrooms-on-suite, a stylish lounge, elegant seperate diningroom, private TV room plus fully fitted kitchen...

Furnished to perfection for your ultimate enjoyment, these quaint thatched homesteads incorporate all the amenities you'll need as you relish the tranquility and peace of Franschhoek and its picturesque valleys and mountains.
The living areas open onto fully equiped kitchens and the cottages are serviced daily except Sundays...
Tel: + 27 21 876 4623 | Fax: + 27 21 876 3817 | Cell: +27 76 420 3507 | Email: burgundybourgogne@saol.com