Greyton Guest Houses, Pet Friendly Accommodation4.6 - 16 Guest Reviews
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Clean, beautiful and serenity of the area. Friendly people!
Nice hikes and mountain bike trails.
Safe small town, great restaurants and accommodation. Enjoyed market on Saturday morning.
Gorgeous hiking, beautiful mountains, slow breathing. A wonderful breakaway close to Cape Town!
Great place to be. Number 6. The furniture is antique beautiful. History behind the furniture is amazing. Management was great, friendly staff. Great overall experience. Thank you to our host Antonio. Wow, what an amazing experience and personal touch. 👌👌🙏🙏🙏🙏🙌🙌🙌
Serene getaway, a moment away from Cape Town, great for a relaxing weekend of wine tasting, hiking and even mountain biking.
Beautiful village in the mountains and wonderful people and scenery.
Beautiful, quaint little town nestled in the Overberg mountains. Perfect for a weekend getaway!
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
About Guest Houses
For a more down to earth experience there are guest houses. Less expensive than hotels, they offer a more homey environment, as well as more privacy. Converted from a private house it’s a much gentler environment and for those with furry friends, there are also pet friendly options. They are usually well situated with shops and places of interest nearby. Being so small it offers a much more personal and intimate attention to it’s upkeep, leaving you with a more polished and homely experience.