About Three Willows Guest House
Three Willows Guest House is situated in Greyton, a small town in the Overberg area in the Western Cape that lies at the foot of the Riviersonderend Mountain range. Greyton was established in 1854 by Herbert Vigne and takes its name from the Governor of the Cape at the time, Sir George Grey. The historic Cape Vernacular architecture, tranquil setting, and proximity to Cape Town make this a very popular destination for weekend visitors.
Accommodation comprises three comfortable and affordable self-catering units, surrounded by a beautiful garden and sparkling swimming pool with barbecue facilities. Ocean Breeze 1 and 2 are our two upstairs loft-style units with an interleading door, which are ideal for families or groups of friends, and Country Garden is our downstairs unit. Each unit contains an equipped kitchenette with a bar fridge, microwave oven, electric frying pan, two-plate stove, crockery and cutlery, and also features heaters, fans and tea and coffee-making facilities.
The spectacular surrounding countryside offers some of the best fynbos in the Western Cape, and activities in the area include hiking, swimming, horse riding, mountain biking, 4x4 trails, tennis, bowls, golf, and fishing.
Please note that the swimming pool is completely fenced off to ensure the safety of children.
Please also note that bookings for one night or a single person per unit will also have a once-off surcharge of R100 per unit used.
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