Greyton self catering accommodation, bed and breakfast and farm accommodation

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

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Greyton accommodation South Africa Overberg Region

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Greyton accommodation and online travel guide provides up to date travel information and a reservation and booking service for Greyton self catering accommodation, Greyton bed and breakfast venues and other types of accommodation in and around Greyton, for visitors to the Overberg area of the Western Cape, in South Africa. Discovered a decade ago by city bound dwellers in search of serenity, the village of Greyton South Africa has become a popular weekend retreat and tourist destination

Hermanus, situated in the heart of the Cape Whale Route about 120km from Cape Town, with its champagne air and mild climate, offers a variety of attractions to visitors and has earned a strong reputation for being one of the best holiday resorts in the world. Hermanus offers a broad range of accommodation options for every visitor. There are hotels for those who enjoy life's luxuries, while the many Hermanus Guesthouses, Bed and Breakfasts and Self Catering establishments give visitors an unrivalled opportunity to sample local life.

Kleinmond has become a popular resort for holidaymakers. Situated just 39 km from Hermanus – the Whale Capital of Southern Africa – and 90 km from Cape Town, visitors will find a vibey and quant little town that has much to offer. Lying on a small coastal belt, Kleinmond sits between the sea and fynbos covered mountains and is situated within the first designated UNESCO biosphere reserve found within South Africa. The town itself has many little shops, craft stores and some amazing galleries. There is a fishing harbour with restaurants nearby that will serve only freshly caught fish. For those wishing to stay a while in Kleinmond, there are various accommodations available including self catering holiday homes, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, hotels, and caravan and camping facilities.

Gansbaai originally started around a fountain that wild geese used to frequent for its fresh water. A harbour was later built around this fountain, and is now the centre point in this fishing town. The word 'Gansbaai' is actually an Afrikaans word for 'goose bay' and is truly a fisherman's paradise, with tidal pools and caves to explore. Horse trails can be taken along the Walker Bay coast as well as the mountains near Gansbaai. In whale season, one can go on whale watching cruises. There are boat tours that leave from Kleinbaai or Gansbaai harbour to whale watch. Gansbaai has no resorts or hotels, but there are lodges, nature reserves, backpackers and guest houses, self catering establishments and bed and breakfast venues available. Restaurants serve fresh fish, as can be expected.