Franschhoek is world renowned for its spectacular beauty, superb Cape wines and world class restaurants, our beautiful village of Franschhoek is a definite must-visit destination on any trip to the Western Cape of South Africa.
The intimate side of our 4-bedroom guesthouse enables us to provide personal customer service so we can help you during stay at Les Chambres Guesthouse and ensure you have a great experience.
Les Chambres Guesthouse is situated just of the main road in Franschhoek, our guest can really enjoy walking from the guesthouse to the main road which is only 2 min or 500 meters, where a treasure trove of restaurants, street cafes, galleries and boutique shops are to be found, the ambience is one of tranquility and calm.
Les Chambres Guesthouse an old Victorian Style Guesthouse, was build in 1898, and used as a family home, in 1998, it was sold and converted into the first guesthouse "Les Chambres"
During 2019 our Dutch Investors Harald and Johanna Neumann acquire the now known Les Chambres Guesthouse.
It took a lot of time and planning in September 2019 to have this guesthouse stylish transformed into a true Franschhoek Guesthouse offering an intimidate tucked away home.
The Four (4) Superior King Suites pay tribute to the old and new in this guesthouse. The suites differ in size are approximately 30m2 - 40m2 with views of the courtyard and garden. The selection and pairing of materials has been carefully chosen to give you a cool experience. The king-size beds is simply extravagant! Every room is different but the color palette uses unique and expertly matched hues. Each suite has a en-suite bathroom, with showers only.» Explore all Suites
During your stay at Les Chambres Guesthouse enjoy lounging by the pool, sit on the front patio and be memorized by our beautiful garden.
Should you like to relax even more, make use of our Mobile Spa it is a luxury traveling spa that provides spa treatments to our clients in the calm and comfort of their own surroundings right here at Les Chambers. People normally visit the spa to relax and unwind and de-stress. With our city’s roads more congested than ever before, traveling to and from the spa is anything but relaxing. The major advantage of making use of our new traveling spa is that they do the traveling and the client gets to do the relaxing.» Explore More
After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in France in 1685, when Protestantism was outlawed, hundreds of so-called Huguenots fled their homeland, 277 of them arriving by ship at the Cape of Good Hope. Many of them were given land by the Dutch government in a valley called Oliphantshoek (Elephant’s Corner) – so named because of the vast herds of elephants that roamed the area. Soon after they settled here, it become known as Franschhoek (French Corner).
This heritage lives on today with the Huguenot monument standing proudly at the top of the village. The museum nearby chronicles the history of those brave pioneers, with each of the original Huguenot farms having its own fascinating story to tell.