Self-catering accommodation in Greyton
Greyton self-catering units offer weekend travellers and long-stay holiday makers the opportunity to live a simple life in one of South Africa’s most beautiful towns. Voted the number one weekend getaway destination for people from Cape Town, Greyton accommodation gives visitors a tiny glimpse into what life in a quaint, mountainside village is like. With close proximity to award-winning restaurants, an abundance of outdoor activities and hikes, all nestled beneath the shadows of the Riviersondereind mountain range, it’s easy to see why the same visitors return year after year.
Who says that accommodation has to be boring? From large and luxurious cottages and quiet mountain facing homes, to off-the-grid eco-lodges and renovated historic buildings, you certainly can set an impeccable scene for your stay with Greyton self-catering options. Whether you’re travelling with your little ones, friends and adult family or even the whole lot, there’s a host of sizes to choose from to suit your needs. In fact, some places even let you bring your furry family members too.
Greyton forms part of an area of the Overberg region known as the Cape Country Meander and provides wonderful access to a number of attractions and destinations, all within 100kms. This means, should you be travelling here for a longer stay, you can easily reside in Greyton and have daily adventures outside of the village limits. Best of all, this part of the Western Cape boasts flora and fauna and forms part of the floral kingdom in the region, meaning that the outdoor opportunities are available in abundance.
Hiking, MTB or quiet walks in nature are a huge attraction in Greyton and the surrounds. Aside from the gorgeous plant life, there are birds and other animals which can easily be seen. Most importantly, these opportunities are coupled with other services that cater to the hospitality industry, such as restaurants, farm tours, Sunday markets and convenience stores.
When you travel to Greyton, you’ll more than likely enjoy a drive that takes you over historic mountain passes, past the vibrantly yellow canola fields and impressive wind turbines – not to mention the delicious farm stalls. Those looking to visit here from outside of the Western Cape can do so by flying into Cape Town International Airport and simply hiring a car, chartering one of the many transport services that stop here or simply catching a lift with a friend en route to the Overberg.