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We recently stayed here for four days. Jenny welcomed us with warmth and such friendliness. Our room was no.4 on the ground floor. All of the staff were so lovely. At breakfast each morning we had a choice of hot or cold. Self service on...More
We loved Maison Chablis. The welcome from a Jenny was amazing, and our room was lovely, with its own private terrace. A stones throw from the main street and the famour wine tram, this was one of the nicest guest houses we stayed at during...More
Excellent small hotel with a swimming pool and garden and within easy walking distance of all Franschhoek facilities yet in a quiet location. Very personable and helpful owner who works hard to ensure that his guests have an enjoyable stay. Make sure you ask James...More
We all loved Maison Chablis. We received a very warm welcome ,the rooms were lovely & were kitted out with every possible necessity. The annexe was amazing & we spent many hours soaking up the sun with our friends at the beautiful pool. . The...More
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Beautifully appointed rooms set in a lovely garden. Very well situated in Franschoek for restaurants and visiting wineries. James is very helpful with answering questions and queries. Breakfast was plentiful and tasty.
Thank Gill V
Response from James C, Owner at Maison Chablis Guest HouseResponded 5 March 2018
Thank you so much for your lovely review. It is very much appreciated :) James
Hi, There is uber in the village though I am not familiar with its use in the evenings. We have a several local taxi companies that charge a moderate fee for short trips. Currently the fee is about R240 return for distances... More
Hi, There is uber in the village though I am not familiar with its use in the evenings. We have a several local taxi companies that charge a moderate fee for short trips. Currently the fee is about R240 return for distances up to about 3 km. Uber would be cheaper if available. Consider though the wine tram for a days wine tasting. At R220.00 per person for the whole days transport, it is by far the least expensive way of getting around. We are very central to all village restaurants, and a 5 minute walk on average would get you to at least 4 of the best restaurants. Tuk Tuk micro brewery is just 120 metres up from us as well.