La Terra de Luc is situated on a privately owned, historic estate. The famous Franschhoek Mountains form a scenic backdrop to the estate and the surrounding vineyards and orchards.
The rooms at La Terra de Luc are light and airy, with en suite facilities. They are fitted for your utmost comfort, and have
the following conveniences: satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities and bar fridge. Adjacent to the rooms are a lounge and beauty salon.
Relax on the patio and savour the magnificent surroundings!
Franschhoek mixes its magical ingredients to create an unforgettable modern fairytale.
As it´s the gourmet capital of South Africa you’ll find yourself treated to cuisine that is delectably indulgent. With tastes ranging from the gastronomically gourmet to the deconstructed rustic there is something for every palate. Eight of South Africa’s “Top 100” restaurants are in Franschhoek – leading Chefs create everything from world class cuisine to light meals using the freshest produce of the valley, complemented by the wonderful local wines. Linger a while and savour the hospitality, ambience and sheer beauty.
The village is encircled by a number of South Africa´s award winning wine farms. These farms create wines that excite the taste buds and shift your spirit a little closer to paradise.
Spend a day wandering along the tree lined streets. The main road is always buzzing, lined by alluring art shops, galleries and other specialist stores – it’s the heart of this vibrant town.
Then, of course, there is the great outdoors. The Franschhoek Valley offers settings perfect for the energetic - hiking, walking, cycling, horse riding, fly fishing and golf. Come and be part of the alluring tapestry that is Franschhoek.
Single Room - R600
Double Room - R900
Rates quoted are:
Inclusive of VAT at 14%
Payable in SA Rands
Payment is accepted in cash, bank guaranteed cheques, EFT or most popular credit cards
Subject to change without notice.
A 50% deposit is required within 7 working days of making the provisional booking, to hold the room.
Accommodation will be automatically cancelled if the deposit is not received by the due date.
The balance is payable on departure.
More than 30 days prior to arrival date: No cancellation fee
15-30 days prior to arrival date: 50% of the deposit
7 to 14 days prior to arrival date : 75% of the deposit
Less than 7 days prior to arrival date: 100% of the deposit.
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 Corner) – so named because of the vast herds of elephants that roamed the area. Soon after they settled here, it became known as Franschhoek (French Corner).
The 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.