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The Library, Franschhoek: some images

Framed by two old Jacarandas, and an ancient oak, sits the The Library. The accommodation sleeps up to six, in three en-suite, spacious bedrooms, tucked away in a quiet quarter of Franschhoek.
What better way to relax on holiday with a pile of books, a view to devour, dip in the pool every now and again, watch your favourite movie on tap, amble a few minutes into the village to collect Sunday morning croissants, trundle up to one of the best restaurants in the country, or simply cook up a feast upstairs and uncork a bottle in the expansive open-plan living area and upstairs deck. It also sits (and inter-connected, if required) next to the Explorers Club. Rates are from R3,500.00 per night for two to R4,900.00 per night for six.
Enquiries can be sent to bandoola@mweb.co.za


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November 08, 2011 at 06:11 PM

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December 09, 2011 at 06:12 PM

The Library is stunning and fabulous pictures. Well done Jo and looking forward to all the articles in mags in January 2012.

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