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Things to do in Greyton

The village of Greyton is well known for its idyllic surroundings and lots of things to do and the Old Potter’s Inn offers easy access to the gentle pace of this historic village.

Saturday Morning Market

Saturday Morning Market

Visit the Saturday Morning Market (10:00am – 12:00pm) or enjoy the many restaurants and coffee shops that Greyton has to offer.

The Animal Welfare, Red Cross, Greyton Transition Town Charities are represented at the market, together with other crafters.

The smell of organic cheeses in many flavours, farm butters and tasty yogurts and freshly baked bread assault the senses, as well as less traditional goodies like pesto, samosa, bakers baking fresh and sour dough breads, ‘dukkah pancakes’ and other eastern delights on offer other eastern delights are on offer!

You’ll also find Knitting, Crochet work, Leather work, Essential Oils, Beauty Products, Plants, Hand-printed Textiles, NON-GMO Seed available for purchase too. And of course, you’re able to enjoy tea and coffee and breakfast on the go, and often live music too!

Retro Rides

Retro Rides

We are a local business who provide all the opportunity to explore a quaint little town called Greyton in the Western Cape on stylish bicycles. For more information, please visit us on Facebook or call us on : +27 (0)72 324-8676.

Hiking & Mountain Biking Trails

Hiking in GreytonThe area is famous for its hiking and mountain biking trails. For more information, please contact Greyton Tourism or call 028 254 9564 during office hours.

Greyton & Genadenal MTB Club

Greyton Genadendal MTB Club

The mountain biking options in and around Greyton and Genadendal have increased dramatically in the last years, thanks to a small band of enthusiasts who have built, cleared and marked many kilometres of track.

Greyton and Genadendal are wonderful places for a mountain biking weekend: There are several routes to ride; stunning scenery; a range of accommodation to choose from and those who are not so energetic always find plenty to do in our beautiful village.

For those who take riding more seriously – consider joining the Greyton & Genadenal MTB Club via the form on their site available here : Membership Application Form.

And a REALLY good reason for doing is that annual membership to the club also entitles you to an annual permit to ride the trails! All permit/membership fees go straight back into the trails maintenance.

Art Lovers

Artist

Art lovers haven’t been forgotten either: Greyton is abuzz with well known artists as a gallery hop and an artisan chandler – Gretha Quinlan, (candle maker). You can enjoy a rich cappuccino on our veranda, while watching the passing parade – later, once you’ve had your morning adventure, why not just relax peacefully in our private courtyard?

Rest & Relaxation

However, if it is peace and quiet you are after, you’re of course welcome to simply lounge around our idyllic private pool.

Our Private Pool

Sounds tempting? Then why not spend a few days with us and enjoy all that Greyton has to offer. Our guests are always warmly welcomed and our friendly staff are on hand to make you feel  comfortable and relaxed.

We invite you to step into yesteryear while enjoying all the comforts of today!

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