Elephant and Barrel Pub

 
 
Centre du Village
48 Huguenot Street

Franschhoek
Western Cape
 
 
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The Olifantshoek (Elephant's Corner) valley which was originally settled in 1688 by French Hugenot refugeees, man of whom were given land by the Dutch government.  The valley was so named because of the herds of elephants found there.
The Elephant and Barrel Pub originates from the history of the area, signifying both the elephants and the history of wine.
It is the only English Pub in Franschhoek and is located in Huguenot Square off Huguenot Street.
It specialises in excess of 30 traditional beers.
The pub has a fantastic cocktail menu.  Sip on cocktails on the upstairs verandah and watch the sun go down whilst gazing at the Groot Drakenstein Mountains in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The pub food is good old traditonal pub fare and is well priced for the whole family.
A children's menu is available to ensure their little one's are looked after.

Twitter:  @ElephantBarrel

Open:
Monday - Sunday:
11:00 - 02:00

 
 

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Price Range: Reasonable
Seating: 100+
 
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Live Entertainment
  • Parking
 
 
 

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Elephant and Barrel Pub

 
 
 
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