La Petite Ferme Launches Newly Renovated Vineyard Suites

Courtesy of La Petite Ferme

The Franschhoek, South Africa luxury boutique hotel and wine estate, La Petite Ferme, has launched its newly refurbished Vineyard Suites.

Before the renovations, the Vineyard Suites were influenced by Cape Vernacular with reed ceilings and cottage-style furnishings and décor. After the work was completed, the interiors took on a more modern style, while the exterior maintained the original style.

The bathrooms in the Vineyard Suites have also been completely changed with luxury fixtures and fittings, and a wall of handmade patterned tiles, which associate visually to the name and theme of that specific suite. The five suites are the Florentine Suite, Provençale Suite, Africa Suite, Moresque Suite and Léman Suite.

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The Vineyard Suites each have their own private terraces with plunge pools. These were also renovated: Terraces have built-in day-beds, and the plunge pools are similar to the new bathrooms in that they also have hand-made patterned tiles.

The designs were completed by interior decorator Clinton Savage, and the owners and team at La Petite Ferme were involved in the creation process. All of the renovations, décor and finishings were individually customized and selected for each room.

Also, La Petite Ferme, which produces hand crafted wines, has an award-winning restaurant. It is less than three minutes away from the village of Franschhoek

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