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 Village Restaurants

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Restaurants in Greyton South Africa, offer a wide selection of excellent menus and are all within easy walking distance from each other. Whether you want a romantic dinner for two or a relaxing Sunday lunch set in a beautiful garden and with great mountain views, visitors to restaurants in Greyton will be able to choose from a selection of traditional and contemporary menus to pizzas and vegetarian dishes. Restaurants and coffee shops in town, and Greyton accommodation establishments with their own restaurants, all cater for the traveller to Greyton.

Abbey Rose restaurant signature dishes are spare ribs, oxtail and game pie - good "home" cooked food. Anita is the chef and her husband Andre manages the restaurant. They have been in business for many years. Open Thursday to Monday for lunch and dinner, fully licensed, for a la carte functions. Please click on the blue text for more information about the Abbey Rose restaurant and wedding venue.

Searles Trading Post - Theatre, Lifestyle, Clothing, Furniture, Food - it's a way of life, is one of the upmarket Greyton restaurants. The menus change daily for lunch and dinner, offering dishes from roosterkoek and braaivleis, lamb shanks and bobotie to home-made chicken pie, duck confit, beans soup, pot bread and French baguettes. Experience a slice of Italy with their wood-fired pizzas and fresh hand-made pasta. Sit in front of the roaring fire in winter or outside on the lawn in summer.

Vanilla Café is a great stylish country café and family restaurant in Greyton, and for sports lovers, the restaurant is a great place to watch sport on a Saturday afternoon. With a kiddies playground and hosted parties, this Greyton restaurant is a paradise for kids and a heaven for parents. Shop to your hearts content for those special unique gifts while sampling the culinary delights.

Peccadillos Restaurant for scandalously good food, is a bistro and has great pizza baked in a stone oven. Rupert cooks all his stunning meals from scratch. This is the only restaurant in Greyton to be featured in Rossouw´s Restaurant Guide, Peccadillos received a star rating in 2012.

Via’s restaurant, deli and gift shop, including their well known Greyton bed and breakfast establishment, has a superb lunch menu, serve Fairtrade, organic coffee which can be made by Zoa who is a trained barista. Their mist sprays on the patio are splendid on a hot, summers day. They have a great selection of organic produce. On a Wednesday and Friday from 12 - 2pm they have a lunch buffet comprising of whole, healthy Mediterranean style food. It is advised to get there early as it is very popular. At Via's we capture a spirit of Greyton, priding ourselves with rustic and simple food, supporting locally grown, wherever possible, and sourcing the best organic and free range produce available. We create recipes that are straight forward, natural and wholesome.

Another one of the renowned Greyton restaurants, is the Oak & Vigne Café and Sandwich Bar that serves a wonderful lunch menu and also has great coffee. Oak & Vigne is open seven days a week and is fully licensed. You can purchase some lovely consumables like their meringues plus lots more including the infamous handmade Von Geusau chocolates. You can purchase wine at Estate prices, which are very reasonable. There is a small playground for the children and they also have bikes to rent which is a great way of getting around Greyton.

The Restaurant with No Name - the best kept secret in town - has a wonderful evening menu which changes each week end. Michelle, the chef, is passionate about cooking. One of her most popular dishes is Duck breast in Orange. Carol, the host will attend to all your needs. They are not licensed, so you can take your own choice of wine with you and there is no corkage fee. It is well known that if you want to treat yourself to a very special Sunday lunch then Driefontein is the place to go. You will probably not need any supper as their buffet is incredible. Please phone to make a booking beforehand as it is very popular.