Make Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate your go-to destination when you visit Franschhoek and take advantage of their fabulous festival accommodation offer for upcoming events in the valley this year.
The Grande Provence festival packages are tailor made for visitors to Franschhoek’s most popular annual events: the Bastille Festival (14-15 July), Franschhoek Uncorked (15-16 September) and the stylish Cap Classique and Champagne Festival (1-2 December).
The offer comprises a 2-night stay at The Owner’s Cottage or La Provençale on this picture perfect 17th century wine estate, and includes two festival tickets and return transfers to the event.
The Owner’s Cottage exudes period grandeur and contemporary luxury for the ultimate escape. The beautifully appointed private cottage comprises four rooms, a deluxe suite, lounge and conservatory leading out to the soothing pool area set in a country garden.
At La Provençale exclusive use guests are accommodated in style with two en suite bedrooms, separated for privacy by a shared lounge leading onto a relaxing outdoor terrace and pool. Surrounded by lush vines and breath-taking views this is the quintessential private getaway for families or close friends.
If you are planning to visit the French-inspired Bastille Festival, celebrate spring at Franschhoek Uncorked with new wine releases from the valley’s vignerons, or embrace the Magic of Bubbles at the stylish Cap Classique and Champagne Festival, make a weekend of it by taking advantage of Grande Provence’s fabulous festival accommodation packages.
Tucked away in the Franschhoek heartland of South African wine country, Grande Provence is a unique destination with a myriad of exceptional experiences including award winning wines, modern South African cuisine by Executive Chef Guy Bennett at The Restaurant, and an eclectic collection of contemporary South African art at The Gallery. Grande Provence is one of the jewels of The Huka Retreats, a collection of exclusive, internationally acclaimed properties offering the ultimate in understated luxury in unmatched locations in New Zealand, Fiji and South Africa to the world’s most discerning travellers