Go Greyton offers a comprehensive Greyton holiday accommodation portfolio. Our tranquil village is nestled in the Riviersonderend Mountain Nature Reserve and is only a 90 minute drive from Cape Town, in the Overberg region of the Western Cape of South Africa. Go Greyton provides a variety of accommodation whether it is for a short break getaway or family holiday or even a special honeymoon hideaway.
Browse the accommodation on offer in these categories: Self Catering, Bed & Breakfast (B&B Accommodation), Farm Accommodation, Backpackers (Budget Accommodation) and Greyton Private Residence accommodation.
We are here to assist with all your accommodation requirements, please browse through our accommodation listings and contact us if you require more information – our mission is to help you find the perfect accommodation according to your individual requirements. Contact us by email or telephone for up to date availability and rate information. We provide Greyton event information such as details of Greyton’s famous Saturday morning market situated on the Greyton village green and certainly not to be missed, here you’ll find fresh local produce, home made delicacies not to mention our famous pancakes and delightful village-made crafts. Relax and have a cup of coffee with our interesting locals or ride in an old-fashioned horse cart. Every Saturday at 10h00 – 12h00 at the Main Road market stalls. Read more …
Greyton Genadendal Classics for All Festival 2015
The Greyton Genadendal Classcs for All Festival is from 29 – 31 May 2015. We will publish the final program once it is available. In the meantime, the following artists are confirmed: Steinway Artist Charl du Plessis just returned from a sold-out concert series in China and Switzerland and will perform at the Greyton Genadendal Classics for All Read more …
Greyton Rose Fair and Open Gardens 2015
Greyton Rose Fair dates for 2015: 24 – 25 October 2015 The Rose Show is the heart of the Greyton Rose Fair. Greyton is renowned for its rose gardens – the sight of roses growing randomly over a pergola or swaying gently in a glorious tumble, the fragrance, and the sheer magnificent beauty of the blooms inspires local gardeners to spend many hours nurturing their roses Read more …
Greyton village walk
On the Main Road as you come in to Greyton on your left is the Library and next to it, the Old Moravian Hall. A little further along is A Little Bizarre, a gift shop, and behind it is the Kraal Gallery. As you continue along Main Road, the double-storey on the left used to house Barnards boutique hotel and before that Ploom’s Pottery. This building was once the home of the Mays family and is one of the oldest buildings in the village. It is a National Heritage building. On the opposite side of the road are two well-known Greyton restaurants – the Abbey Rose and Peccadillos Bistro … more
Greyton history and character
In 1854 Herbert Vigne founded a freehold agricultural village on his farm Weltevreden. He kept two small portions for himself and bequeathed the remainder of the farm to the proprietors of the erven as commonage, naming it “GREYTON”, after Sir George Grey, the then Governor of the Cape. The erven were long and narrow and were serviced with water running in “leiwater” furrows, which crisscrossed the village. Cottages were built close to the street leaving large pieces of the erven for horticultural pursuits. The produce consisted of a variety of vegetables and fruits such as onions, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, beetroot, carrots, pomegranate, apricots, pears and the like. Although the reason for the establishment of the village remains obscure, the fact is that Herbert Vigne left us with a village of unsurpassed beauty and enchantment. It is a wonder that the essence of the village and its Cape Vernacular architectural environment are largely intact and that the out-of-context and unresponsive development that has destroyed so many small towns of the Cape has up to now passed Greyton by … with thanks to greytontourism.com
Pet Friendly Accommodation
Many Greyton accommodation establishments listed on this website are pet friendly with a “doggy deposit” charged. Well behaved, well trained pets you can control are welcome. Any damage caused or pet related cleaning up after your departure will be deducted from the pet deposit. Please note that all accommodation which is pet friendly is ONLY WITH PRIOR ARRANGEMENT.
Terms and Conditions
Please note that Go Greyton acts purely as a booking agent for the listed accommodation establishments. Each house has a designated house manager and any problems or queries should be directed to the house manager or owner. Please ensure that you have the correct details for the house manager/owner and contact check in and check out person before arrival.
Each accommodation establishment operates with a different cancellation policy. Please ensure that you aware of the conditions when booking.
Please note that Go Greyton as your booking agent takes no responsibility for the use of the listed accommodation establishments or the facilities they offer. Go Greyton will not be held responsible for any damage or loss caused to persons or belongings and no refunds or compensations will be offered. Please note that personal belongings should be well safeguarded at all times and guests are reminded that your stay is at your own risk. Contact us by email should you require any further information or complete our booking enquiry form.
14 on Main
68 on Vlei
Cedric’s Country Lodge
de Oude Pastorie
Fig Tree Cottage
Greyton Cottage at 115 Main
Les Terres Noires
Old Potters Inn
Sweet Pea Cottage
The Almond Orchard
The Pecan Suite
The Post House
Thirteen on Vigne
Weltevreden Manor House