Greyton accommodation cottages self catering and bed and breakfast venues

Greyton accommodation cottages and establishments offer travelers to the area a variety of Greyton self catering accommodation, bed and breakfast venues and farm accommodation located just outside of the town in the surrounding countryside of this Overberg village. Greyton South Africa, offers many restaurants, cafes, and the perfect conference or wedding venue, being just one and a half hours drive outside of Cape Town, South Africa.

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Greyton accommodation and online travel guide provides up to date travel information and a reservation and booking service for visitors to the Overberg area of the Western Cape, in South Africa for Greyton self catering accommodation, bed and breakfast venues and other types of accommodation in the village and the surrounding countryside. Discovered a decade ago by city bound dwellers in search of serenity, the village of Greyton has become a popular weekend retreat and tourist destination for local South African and international travellers and offers up some fine restaurants and cafés, offering a great assortment of places to dine out or stop for a meal or light snack. The village is a wonderful place to walk around for a day, browsing through art galleries, curio shops, antique shops and craft shops. The Saturday morning market is a must, a great place to meet local crafters, sample homemade food products and find unique gifts to take home.

Only 90 minutes, or 140km, scenic drive Eastbound from Cape Town, visitors are coming to Greyton South Africa, in its cradle of majestic mountains, after passing along the rolling wheatfields of the Overberg. Visitors staying over in one of our many self catering or bed and breakfast establishments, will delight in the many picturesque walks around the town and into the surrounding nature reserve with its bubbling streams, prolific birdlife and aromatic fynbos. For the more ambitious walker, the 17km Greyton to McGregor hiking trail, with its spectacular gorges and waterfalls, offer a serious challenge. There are five golf courses within 60km of Greyton including the signature golf estate Arabella in Kleinmond. Horse riding trails, swimming in the Riviersonderend River, bicycling around the area or a game of tennis or bowls offer further diversion in this tranquil country atmosphere.

Greyton self catering accommodation

Greyton self catering accommodation establishments offer a wide range of Greyton accommodation cottages for visitors to our town. From 1, 2 and 3 bedroomed cottages that are in the village, to luxury river tents and farm cottages that are just outside of the village. These self catering cottages and venues offer a relaxing and peaceful environment. Our village is a place to unwind in a tranquil surrounding, forgetting the hustle and bustle of your city life. So if you are looking for great mountain views with a river on your doorstep and you enjoy being in the coutryside, Greyton South Africa self catering cottages and other accommodation establishments are able to cater for guests from all walks of life.

Greyton bed and breakfast accommodation

Greyton bed and breakfast accommodation establishments, range from the three and four bedroom venues up to the fifteen bedroom bed and breakfast establishments. Whether visitors, from South Africa or abroad, intend on staying for a weekend or longer, they are captivated by the beauty and scenery that this local South Africa town has to offer. Whichever Greyton bed and breakfast accommodation establishment guests are staying in, they will be in close walking distance to all the restaurants and shops. There is a peaceful ambience that radiates around this village, located in the Overberg Region of the Western Cape in South Africa. Surrounded by pretty gardens, the town´s original buildings and thatched cottages have faithfully been restored to retain their rustic character of the past while mighty oak trees canopy quaint streets and tranquil lanes.