The Franschhoek Cellar

by Nov 21, 20160 comments

This elegant, world-class Franschhoek establishment is the perfect location for a leisurely country wedding

Located in breathtaking Franschhoek on the famous Stellenbosch Wine Route, The Franschhoek Cellar offers a sophisticated setting in t he country for an upmarket wedding.

This world-class establishment features a special selection of unique event venues within the space to ensure they host a memorable occasion to suit the bridal couple.

Each of the private function venues has its own unique character to ensure that the couple has a memorable, personalised event. If you’re planning a small, personal wedding for up to 20 people, the Bernard Premium lounge is ideal for an exclusive wine and food event. The spacious, open Tasting Room is contemporary and offers exquisite mountain views. This romantic location can accommodate up to 100 people.

The main function space at The Franschhoek Cellar is The Venue, which can seat 300 guests comfortably. There’s also a new space, The Platform, a cosy and inviting venue with a restaurant section and separate bar area. I’s the ideal space any event looking for an ‘old school chic’ vibe, and accommodates up to 80 people. For drinks, there’s The Brampton Bar in The Platform, which seats up to 50 people.

The Franschhoek Cellar’s Event Manager will tailor make a package to suit the bridal couple’s needs. In addition, there is accommodation in the form of the Rose & Protea Cottages. These two cottages are located at the bottom of the premises. Both self-catering cottages have been remodeled and designed, and offer contemporary chic accommodation for four adults each.

Franschhoek Cellars offers plenty to do, so guests and family often choose to stay after the wedding to enjoy the stunning facilities, which include wine tastings, paired with Belgian chocolate or handmade cheese and dining alfresco in the stunning surrounds.

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