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Bo La Motte Farm

Overview
AAt the foot of the Middagkrans mountain and only a ten-minute walk from the beautiful village of Franschhoek, lies Bo La Motte Farm; one of the nine historic Huguenot wine farms settled in 1672. The farm has recently been returned to its ‘Wine Farm’ origins with the newly planted vines soon to produce the first harvest which will be processed in the restored wine cellar. In addition to this, the farm also offers beautifully furnished, self-catering cottages, each in its own unique setting. Bo La Motte is an ideal location to make a base, from which to travel and see the delights of the immediate area and Western Cape and when you’ve finished driving, it offers the space to relax and unwind. A day spent on the farm can involve a stroll into the village to indulge in the delights offered by Franschhoek’s culinary masters or you can buy your own delights at one of the many village shops and enjoy a picnic around the dams, taking in the breathtaking scenery offered by the surrounding mountains. For those not wanting to spend their time in the car, but who have an adventurous streak, Franschhoek valley also offers a number of activities such as horse riding, paragliding, helicopter trips and mountain biking or for a more relaxing theme there is fly-fishing, walking trails, wine tasting and numerous health spas for the ultimate pamper sessions; choose your fancy and let us help you organise it. So, whatever your preference, there really is something in Franschhoek for everyone. We look forward to welcoming you to the heart of the Cape Winelands and Bo La Motte Farm’s self-catering cottages.
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