Visitors and guests at our Greyton accommodation bed and breakfast establishment, can laze aimlessly around our sparkling pool, have a game of croquet on the lawn or enjoy some bird watching, go for a ride, hire a bike, take a hike and head for the hills (bring your own boots or walking shoes, you will need them); or wander down to the river with rod, reel and lures. Rumour has it Greyton has the largest eels in our rivers, and there is great bass fishing there too.
Those of our Greyton Bed and Breakfast accommodation guests are perhaps more inclined to drive down the road to Genadendal where you will find the oldest mission station in South Africa. A stimulating experience, where places of interest include the printing works, a Moravian restaurant serving traditional food and an arts and craft centre, definitely worth a visit.
For those attending a conference or function at our Greyton conference venue, or for guests and visitors at our Greyton wedding venue, there are many fine restaurants and cafés in Greyton, offering a great assortment of places to dine out at or stop at for a quick snack. The village is a wonderful place to walk around in for a day, browsing through art galleries, curio shops, antique shops and craft shops. The Saturday morning market is a must, a great place to meet local farmers and crafters, sample homemade food products and find unique gifts to take home.
At our Greyton bed and breakfast accommodation establishment there is always music in the air, and live music at that. Jazz, light classical and swing. Every Friday afternoon we have concerts; in the garden in summer, and in front of the fire in the GL Gallery during winter.
Our Greyton accommodation a birdwatchers paradise.
The following birds have been spotted in the
Greyton Lodge garden:
Black Cockoushrike, Malachite Sunbird, Double Collared Sunbird, Black African Sunbird, Red Eyed Dove, Cape White Eye, Cape Robin, Red Winged Starling, Starlings, African Starling, Cape Wagtail, Cape Sparrow, Wagtail, Yellow Canary, Bull Bull, Cardinal Woodpecker, Ducks, Pintailed Whydah, Hadida, Quail Finch, Blue Crane, Swallows, Cape Turtle Dove, Laughing dove, Spotted Eagle Owl, Forktailed Drongo, Greytit, Waxbill, Olive Thrush, Southern BouBou, Weaver, Rameron Pigeons, Rock Pigeons and the Yellow Bishop.