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As you may be aware the Western Cape of South Africa is currently experiencing a drought, due to three years of lower than average rainfall.
Mont Rochelle is located in Franschhoek, approximately 65km North East of Cape Town, and is in the very fortunate position of running solely on borehole water and has been doing so for the past 4 years, we do not rely on the municipal water grid at all.
Will it affect your stay?
Whilst we do not have any water restrictions at Mont Rochelle we are very much playing our part and have introduced several water saving initiatives.
What are we doing to help?
What's happening in the Western Cape?
The Western Cape of South Africa is experiencing a drought due to three consecutive years of lower than average rainfall. The current situation creates innovative solutions Government, citizens and the private sector are stepping up to the challenge to ensure visitors are not affected and can book with confidence.
Our guest's experience is still of the utmost importance, and we will continue to deliver our usual friendly service and of course ensure your stay is fun! We hope to see you at Mont Rochelle soon.
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