All Comments for The Post House

Reviews 3 of 3
Glenda Snyman, South Africa - 14 January 2013
Had a great stay however was very disappointed that we were unable to eat there as there was a Conference. We were not advised of this before so had to make alternative plans. We were lucky enough to have teh Honeymoon Suite - was really comfortable.
Very enjoyable
Pierre Fourie, South Africa - 12 March 2012
We really enjoyed our 2 day stay at Post House. Beautiful rooms in pretty garden. Liked the country hotel atmosphere. Staff very friendly. The restaurant was quite a surprise, great food. Breakfast also very enjoyable. Highly recommended stay in the the unique village of Greyton.
Great stay
Liz Smith, South Africa - 24 March 2011
A most enjoyable stay with friendly, accommodating staff and good cuisine.

The Post House
The Post House in Greyton offers 14 bedrooms, and has a unique style and character of its own. The twelve luxury rooms have king or twin size beds and en-suite bathrooms. The two honeymoon suites have double beds and en-suite bathrooms. There are no TV's in the rooms as the country feeling is kept throughout. We have tea and coffee making stations (you can gladly ask for refills) with complimentary Post House biscuits on arrival. Toiletries such as towels, soap, and shower cap are provided. There is air-conditioning throughout, as well as hairdryers, a beauty salon, a swimming pool, conference facilities and a wedding venue.

There is something magical about coming down to Greyton. A place for all seasons, each offering something special. Then in addition, the village delights in wonderful winter weather, apart from the occasional gales. Clear blue skies, crisp clean air and myriads of stars in the night sky. Soft soaking rain gives the fallen leaves a very characteristic earthy smell that hints of mushrooms to be found aplenty. There are fine restaurants and cafes in Greyton, offering a great assortment of places to dine out or stop for a quick snack. The village is a wonderful place to walk around for a day, browsing through art galleries, curio shops, antique and craft shops. The Saturday morning market is a must-see. A great place to meet local farmers and crafters, sample homemade food products and find unique gifts to take home.



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