Accommodation in Greyton / Genadendal
The attraction of the accommodation in Greyton / Genadendal is that outdoor activities, chic country restaurants and the exquisite natural setting are on the doorstep no matter where you stay. You can find accommodation with historical heritage, old-world charm and country hospitality all the while being situated in the heart of the village, at the base of a mountain range or alongside a river.
The locals have a creative drive that has resulted in interesting décor and caters for unique desires. Every need can be met and you can find a place to stay that is pet-friendly, family orientated or romantic with amenities such as Wi-Fi, a pool, braai facilities, a fireplace, bicycle storage and secure parking. Whether you are looking for affordable accommodation in Greyton and Genadendal or are visiting to indulge in a luxurious retreat, there is something for everyone.
Self-catering accommodation in Greyton and Genadendal is the most popular choice because you can immerse yourself in the natural surroundings. But not to worry, you can still stay in touch with the modern world with internet access and DStv as many establishments have an old-world charm with modern comforts. Since self-catering is the predominant type of accommodation in Greyton and Genadendal, guests can choose a luxurious getaway, budget self-catering or anything in between. Some have a few unique attributes such as having a gothic-inspired fireplace, a hand-built Moroccan double bed or a cement daybed which is custom in North Africa. One accommodation was once the old village pub while another was the doctor's stables at the turn of the 19th century. Alternatively, you can always reside in a tree for the duration of your holiday.
The choice of bed and breakfast accommodation in Greyton and Genadendal is less in number but just as impressive. If you enjoy waking up to a ready-made breakfast, which can range from a selection of cold delicacies to a hot traditional English country breakfast then this is the option for you. There are additional features at some of the places to stay such as a guest library, woodland garden, swimming pool and the option to hire a bike and picnic hamper. There is a healing retreat as well as honeymoon suites with copper spa baths and a fireplace. Others boast historical significance such as a B&B that is one of the oldest buildings in Greyton, built-in 1860, and now sleeps up to 15 people very comfortably.
If you can think of nothing better than staying in one of the charming country houses then you need to look no further. You can choose from an eco-lodge or experience an authentic farm experience where there is no electricity. It will feel like travelling back in time where you have to heat water with gas and use lamps and candles for light. The camping and caravan sites in Greyton and Genadendal are perfect for anyone that likes to get back to nature. There are a handful of camping spots and all of them take advantage of the sheer beauty of the area. You can camp on a riverside or under the shelter of grandfather pines and sentries of silky oaks. Some campsites are solar-powered and there are often activities that include kayaking and mountain biking available.
Greyton has it all when it comes to the natural charm and friendly people. While the accommodation is something you will be happy to return to after a day wandering through the leafy village.