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Beautiful village in the mountains and wonderful people and scenery.
Beautiful, quaint little town nestled in the Overberg mountains. Perfect for a weekend getaway!
It is a beautiful, quiet town where you can rest, reset and enjoy nature - but with really good coffee and great little shops :)
Relaxed and quaint village with lots of outdoor activities, hiking, walking and mountain biking, birding or just strolling around the village or nature reserve.
We can walk everywhere.
Walking around town was very peaceful. I would love to do a trail walk on our next trip.
Greyton is a small, quaint and quiet village with lots to see and offer. A good selection of restaurants offering a range of cuisine options, coffee shops, galleries, Garden Centre, plus Greyton is ideal for outdoor adventures and adventurers. Many hiking and cycling trails, all marked and mapped, for the beginner to the advanced. An hour and a half from Cape Town, so an easy, beautiful drive, through the Overberg farmlands.
The town was extremely quiet.
More info about Greyton
South of the towering Riviersonderend Mountain range and situated at the confluence of two major rivers lies Greyton, one of the Western Cape’s most endearing villages. When entering Greyton, visitors are immediately captivated by the chocolate-box scenes of quaint lodgings, tea gardens under shady trees and brightly coloured birds attracted to the foliage. Many of the Greyton properties are of historic significance, set amongst beautifully appointed gardens with the mountains as a suitable backdrop. And everywhere you turn, there are friendly locals to ensure a pleasant visit.
The area was surveyed and laid out as a freehold cultural village by a farm owner in the mid-1800s and was named Greyton after Sir George Grey, the then-Governor of the Cape. Today, the village design remains mostly unchanged.
Greyton regularly features in TV magazine shows and other national media and has become a haven for city folk seeking a weekend retreat. Charlie the pot-bellied pig, a resident at... Show more