On Sunday the 25th of July the village and its community were officially awarded the well-deserved title of Kw...
Greyton was established in 1854.
Much of Greyton’s charm is owed to its Cape vernacular architectural heritage, which has remained largely intact.
The village is an extremely popular weekend and holiday destination for visitors who enjoy its combination of old-world charm and modern conveniences.
Greyton Tourism will connect you with accommodation, restaurants, businesses, outdoor activities and events, and the team invites you to call or visit them at the tourism bureau.
Greyton Tourism has a data-base of activities to keep you busy that include, but aren’t limited to:
“Information highway to the best-kept secret in the Western Cape. Friendly and knowledgeable start as well.” Eben Joubert
“Usually staffed by two experienced staff, this office has all the information a tourist needs to make their stay in Greyton fabulous. Guides, maps, brochures and personal advice about your stay.” John McGlashan
“Helpful staff and a fabulous booking agency for property in and around Greyton. The staff know all the accommodation and owner/managers. Great to have real people on hand if needed. Lots of info for things to do, visit and what's on! An invaluable visitor resource, open daily.” Dianne Dawes
“A great team with the best advice about Greyton!” Warrick Kemp
“Greyton is our personal favourite weekend breakaway. It's at the end of the road into the mountains with nature and views. There are many different restaurants and coffee shops, guest houses and shops with a variety of handmade art and memorabilia. It's hidden, it's gorgeous, so don't tell too many people about this gem.” Jaques Mouton