Groves Olive Farm and Guest House in the Franschhoek
winelands offers warm hospitality with a personal touch.
Surrounded by towering mountains, vineyards and mature olive
trees this sensitively restored Cape Victorian manor house
lies just three kilometers from the centre of the historical
Here you can relax in the comfort of any one of our eight
en-suite guest rooms. The Villa is a self-catering cottage
with two on-suite rooms, private garden and swimming pool.
The estates Barn is the ideal function room for conferences,
small weddings or private functions.
has an outside entrance, balcony and panoramic views of the
Drakenstein and Franschhoek mountains, with the Wemmershoek
mountains literally on our doorstep.
Enter the warm embrace of the lounge, library and reception
room with roaring log fire in colder weather. If it’s a
cooler more relaxed feel you’re after, folding glass doors
open the dining room onto a shaded patio, for the full
majesty of our signature view and vineyard, perfectly offset
by the ever-changing colours of the craggy peaks of the
Gooding’s Groves offers a bed and breakfast experience with
a personal touch, typical of the Franschhoek way of life – a
valley of splendid wines and culinary delights. Spectacular
vineyards cover the mountain slopes settled over 300 years
ago by the French Huguenots, who brought with them an
age-old culture and appreciation of fine food and wine.
The atmosphere of this historical village never disappoints
– a unique Cape treasure with its abundance of galleries,
crafts, art and antique shops. For food lovers, Main Street
is legendary for its coffee shops and restaurants. Indeed
Franschhoek has become an epicurean retreat where visitors
can savour the cuisine of over 30 top class restaurants.
Less than 45 minutes from South Africa’s mother city, Cape
Town, Franschhoek is also the ideal base to explore the Cape