· 16 Main Road · Greyton · Cape Overberg ·

About Us

Old Potters Sign PostNestled amongst the oaks, this charming heritage house that was once a pottery, is now a small personalized bed and breakfast. Greyton is well known for its idyllic calm and our lodgings offer easy access to the gentle pace of this historic town.

Also Ideal for hikers and mountain bikers with the choice of both rooms and self catering cottages.

So spend a few days with us and enjoy all that the Overberg has to offer!

Built in 1830 originally as a farm house, the building was the Plumes Pottery for many years. Today it’s known as the Old Potter’s Inn.

So why then visit the Old Potter’s Inn?

In winter time, the crackling fire and cosy coffee shop invite you to venture inside and enjoy the slower pace of life – it’ll quickly become your home from home, in the countryside!

The Old Potter’s Inn is  situated in Greyton (Overberg area in the Western Cape), only 110km from Cape Town.

Things to do in the area include :

  • Bass & Carp Fishing
  • Mountain biking
  • Horse riding
  • Hiking
  • Antiquing
  • Art Galleries
  • Saturday Morning Market

There are also many restaurants in the close vicinity, as well as bird watching, fishing, a chocolate factory – Von Gesau, an artisan chandler – Gretha Quinlan,  the St. Andrews Church and the popular local craft market held in the village square from 10:00 to 12:00 on Saturdays.

This property offers the B & B option (rooms) and the cottages (self catering).  The four cottages are all self catering, some offering bath and shower en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities, queen size beds, lounge with fireplace and TV and a Fresh water swimming pool outside.

  • The B & B offers 2 x Queen Rooms & 2 x King Rooms that are situated on the 2nd floor of the Main House
  • This B & B has retained the original walls and wooden beams and offers a cosy fireplace, lounge and a fresh-water pool
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