About Blossom Cottage
Blossom Cottage is a self-catering unit situated in the center 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.
The cottage can sleep up to six people in three bedrooms. Two rooms offer queen-size beds, while the third room has two single beds that can easily be, converted into a double. All linen and towels are provided.
The unit has a large, sunny open-plan lounge and dining room with fireplace that looks out onto a secluded garden. The kitchen is fully-equipped, and the cottage has barbecue facilities as well as a lovely sunny back verandah. In addition, there is a hot outdoor shower in the garden. DStv facilities are available with guests' own card. Children are welcome, and pets by prior arrangement please.
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Things to do in and around Greyton
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Even more reason to visit Greyton! Chocolatier Richard von Geusau crafts sublime handmade chocolates from the best Belgian couverture. It’s impossible not to drool while browsing the Von Geusau range of truffles and slabs – spiked with the...
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Platkloof Trail is a short walk up the valley through lovely fynbos and a waterfall. Keen birders will enjoy spotting the abundant birdlife. Enter the Greyton Nature Reserve and take the first path to the left. At the waterfall, turn left. Cross...
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Walk though indigenous fynbos and enjoy sightings of abundant birdlife. The Knietjieshoogte Walk is not strenuous and should take 1.5 hours. Park at the cemetery and walk through the “Kissing Gate” and up a jeep track in the direction of Uitkykkop,...
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The Market Square, once used as an “outspan” for churchgoers coming from the outlying farms by wagon or cart once a month for Holy Communion, now hosts the Saturday Morning Market. The market was started by Helen Solomons, Margaret Skeat and...