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Marina Cottage

from R800
Located down a quiet street in the picturesque country town of Greyton, the Marina Cottage offers a...
Located down a quiet street in the picturesque country town of Greyton, the Marina Cottage offers a secluded retreat for two.
from R800
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

8 Reviews

The Post House

from R1,230
The Post House is a quaint hotel located in the heart of Greyton. The charming country hotel is a...
The Post House is a quaint hotel located in the heart of Greyton. The charming country hotel is a destination for weekend getaways, mid-week conferences and intimate weddings.
from R1,230
Sleeps 32 in 15 rooms

2 Reviews

Weltevreden House is a rustic, country, upmarket self-catering family home situated along the Main...
Weltevreden House is a rustic, country, upmarket self-catering family home situated along the Main Road of the bucolic, upmarket village of Greyton. A beautiful and luxurious getaway in the heart of the country.
from R2,800

3 Reviews

Naartjie Cottage

from R1,900
Naartjie Cottage is a quaint and cosy three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage tucked away in a private...
Naartjie Cottage is a quaint and cosy three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage tucked away in a private lush garden surrounded by beautiful trees and mountain views. This country cottage has recently been renovated to include a stunning splash pool for those hot summer days and a modern kitchen and dining room.
from R1,900

1 Review

Oewerzicht farm is located in the peaceful and picturesque Greyton valley only 9 km from Greyton....
Oewerzicht farm is located in the peaceful and picturesque Greyton valley only 9 km from Greyton. Oewerzicht is an operational farm with fresh apples, pears, grapes or citrus available from January to June. OewerzIcht is also the perfect place for country weddings.
from R600

20 Reviews

Genadendal Cottage

from R850
Genenadal Cottage is a charming thatch cottage in the heart of Genadendal, about five kilometres...
Genenadal Cottage is a charming thatch cottage in the heart of Genadendal, about five kilometres from Greyton. This cottage sleeps eight people comfortably and is ideal for those wanting to explore the unique nature the area provides.
from R850
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

special Almond Orchard Greyton | Accommodation Greyton
This is a lovely unit with a separate entrance, situated in Greyton, close to various shops and...
This is a lovely unit with a separate entrance, situated in Greyton, close to various shops and restaurants.
from R700

2 Reviews

Rambling Rose

from R400
Rambling House is a beautiful house situated in the picturesque area of Genadendal. It is...
Rambling House is a beautiful house situated in the picturesque area of Genadendal. It is positioned in an intimate rural setting and one of the oldest Moravian mission station in South Africa. The accommodation comprises a self-catering house and two backpacker rooms.
from R400
Sleeps 18 in 3 rooms

Poespasrivier Cottage is one of the original 1865 missionary cottages in the village of Bereaville....
Poespasrivier Cottage is one of the original 1865 missionary cottages in the village of Bereaville. Here you will be woken by the cocks crowing, pigs getting excited at feeding time, the donkeys, cows and horses wandering the streets while modern transport happily shares the road with donkey and horse carts and children playing in the street.
from R650
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

1 Review

special Pinkpaleis | Accommodation Greyton

Pinkpaleis

from R800
Pinkpaleis is situated in the peaceful Overberg town of Greyton. This town is at the foot of the...
Pinkpaleis is situated in the peaceful Overberg town of Greyton. This town is at the foot of the beautiful Riviersonderend Nature Reserve and promises to be a quiet and relaxing countryside escape.
from R800

Blossom Cottage

from R1,800
Blossom Cottage is a self-catering unit situated in the centre of the quaint village of Greyton....
Blossom Cottage is a self-catering unit situated in the centre of the quaint village of Greyton. Surrounded by the buzz of Greyton’s finest coffee shops, you can experience village life from the front verandah, or you can laze away the afternoon in the sunny, secluded back garden.
from R1,800
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

12 Reviews

Three Willows Guest House is situated in Greyton, just a 10-minute walk from the village centre. ...
Three Willows Guest House is situated in Greyton, just a 10-minute walk from the village centre. Greyton is a small town in the Overberg area in the Western Cape that lies at the foot of the Riviersonderend Mountain range.
from R480

11 Reviews

Fig Tree Cottage

from R1,400
Fig Tree Cottage is a newly restored and beautifully decorated self-catering unit, situated in...
Fig Tree Cottage is a newly restored and beautifully decorated self-catering unit, situated in Greyton and within walking distance to everything in the village. The peaceful little hamlet of Greyton lies surrounded by Riviersonderend, mountains and farmlands.
from R1,400
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

3 Reviews

The EcoLodge at Greyton is situated in the heart of the village of Greyton, in the foothills of the...
The EcoLodge at Greyton is situated in the heart of the village of Greyton, in the foothills of the Riviersonderend Mountains and bordering on a nature reserve.
from R280

3 Reviews

This beautiful B and B and Guest House is set in the picturesque mountain village of Greyton and...
This beautiful B and B and Guest House is set in the picturesque mountain village of Greyton and offers on-site massage, reiki, kinesiology, and reflexology. The B and B boasts five spacious garden rooms, all with private entrances, in exquisite, large woodland gardens with swimming pool.
from R1,020

12 Reviews

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Greyton South Africa

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Far from the madding crowd, only 1.5 hours from Cape Town in the sleepy Overberg, you'll find Greyton, a peaceful and picturesque village at the foot of the majestic Sonderend Mountain Range. Mighty oak trees, original thatched cottages, leafy lanes and breathtaking mountain views form the backdrop to this country gem that will enchant and delight you.

Greyton is best explored on foot or bicycle, enabling you to drink in your surrounds. The scenery is fabulous, the coffee shops tempting and the villagers friendly. No matter how appealing it is to limit oneself to a bit of gentle meandering, it would be a shame not to take the time to explore the host of outdoor activities whilst here.

A hiker and mountain-biker’s paradise, there are well-marked trails for every level of fitness and expertise. Greyton is the starting point for the famous one- or two-day Boesmanskloof trail – more commonly known as the Greyton-McGregor trail – and other activities include tennis, horse-riding, yoga and bowls. Golfers can enjoy a round at Caledon or Kleinmond, the two municipal courses within an easy drive of Greyton, or the magnificent privately-owned Arabella Golf Course, which is ranked by Compleat Golfer magazine as the number one golf course in the Western Cape.

The peaceful little hamlet of Greyton lies surrounded by the Riviersonderend (river without end) mountains and farmlands some 90 minutes from Cape Town. Greyton is fast earning the reputation as a perfect weekend getaway.

Essentially lost in time, Greyton, named after Sir George Grey, twice Governor of the Cape, is a picture-perfect rendition of an old town with its gravel roads, thatched roof cottages, pretty little gardens and beautifully restored buildings. The people of Greyton are friendly and the route into the village of Greyton along the R406 as it winds its way through the emerald hills and fields of wheat, barley oats and lucerne of the Cape Overberg, a most pleasurable drive. The sun always seems to shine in this part of the world and the oak-lined streets of Greyton, where ducks cavort in the canals and donkey carts clatter, are as much a way of life as the many outdoor activities.

The historical buildings of the Post House, St Andrews Church, the Smouswinkel and a number of others, are worth the visit alone and, for Capetonians especially, Greyton has become an antique and craft hunters’ delight with everything from bygone treasures to pottery.

There is a craft market every Sunday in the Greyton village square and the annual Rose festival, in October and November is not to be missed. But above all, Greyton is a nature lovers’ destination. It lies at the foot of the Riviersonderend Mountain range and, besides the multitude of day walks in the area there are also a couple of hiking trails.

The Noupoort hike takes one to the summit of Kanonberg whilst the Boesmanskloof Trail takes six hours to reach McGregor, on the other side of the mountain range, during which it meanders through mountain side, the Gobos River gorge, a number of refreshing pools and nine waterfalls. A weekend away in the quaint village of Greyton with its shops, restaurants, pubs and art galleries is simply a pleasure.

Far from the madding crowd, only 1.5 hours from Cape Town in the sleepy Overberg, you'll find Greyton, a peaceful and picturesque village at the foot of the majestic Sonderend Mountain Range. Mighty oak trees, original thatched cottages, leafy... Read more
If you are looking for Greyton holiday accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of Self-catering, Bed and Breakfast, Country House holiday accommodation in Greyton and surrounds. With 27 listings in Greyton, our handy Greyton map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect holiday accommodation for your Greyton visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Greyton South Africa

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