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Launching new room rates at La Clé des Montagnes

23-Jul-2018

As of the 1 August 2018 La Clé des Montagnes will be available on a per-room basis as well as exclusively. Manior will be the central reception as well as dining area with a Garden Suite as well as a Petite Room. Chef's Table will be hosted at the Lodge on Monday/Wednesday/Friday evenings, and at the Village on Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday evenings, available to all guests of La Clé. Rates from and to: Petite Room R 3 550 - R 5 500   ...

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Recently refurbished to an excellent standard, style and quality this is a wonderful place to stay. As a couple, with friends or a family it works for all variations. Lovely open dining table for guests to mix and chat, excellent pool, loved the brai in the garden and sundowners views are top rate. Informal staff who are proactive and will do anything to make the stay personalised and perfect. Loved our 5 days and will definitely return.
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Private

The vision of these immaculately presented Village and Lodge and the haven of quality hospitality they represent came from international entrepreneur and Franschhoek resident, Michael Pawlowski, who identified his personal needs when travelling with his wife and four children.

Unique

Set amidst vineyards on the edge of Franschhoek, only a short walk from the heart of the village, La Clé Village and Lodge is managed by two professional chefs and can be booked either by room or exclusively. Rooms are spacious and private with incredible mountain views (its name means 'the key to the mountains'). La Clé des Montagnes is the best-kept secret in Franschhoek!

Committed

The owners of La Clé des Montagnes are foundation sponsors of The Kusasa Project, a local community organization that serves 1500 children in 5 local schools, utilizing up to 60 volunteers and operating both in-school and after-school programs. These programs range from feeding, literacy, sport, life skills to art, drama, chess and ballet. They focus on disadvantaged children, to offer activities which schools are unable to offer.