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From R330 pps

Sunrise Guest House is an affordable alternative situated in a quiet, secure residential area in Greytown. It consists of 5 self catering units, each sleeping 2 - 4 people. Your hosts are Mirjam and H... More Info

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The Traveller's Rest
32.5 km

From R340 pps

The Traveller's Rest Guest House is situated halfway between Pietermaritzburg and Greytown. Built as early as 1855, this establishment whispers many tales of the past and has recently been lovingly re... More Info

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37.9 km

From R170 pps

Shawswood has a variety of accommodation options on offer : - Stone Haven, a quaint self contained self-catering cottage with loft bedroom that sleeps two adults (and two kiddies on fold out chair be... More Info

Wartburger Hof Hotel
39.9 km

From R650 pps

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Overlooking a pine forest and rolling sugar cane fields, the Wartburger Hof Hotel is situated in the Natal Midlands and within easy reach of Pietermaritzburg and Durban. Wartburg is a quaint hamlet th... More Info

Rockwood Lodges
42.9 km

From R1500* unit

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Rockwood Lodges are situated in the picturesque town of Howick on the Midlands Meander. There are four units in this group, two of which are situated in the private Karkloof Nature Reserve, and two wh... More Info

Baradinckals Lodge
49.1 km

From R3200* unit

Nestled within the scenic surroundings of the Emanzini Game Reserve, Baradinckals Bush Lodge offers a memorable bushveld getaway to guests. It is located just outside of Albert Falls and is an ideal c... More Info

Old Halliwell Country Inn
51.1 km

From R1545* unit

Think back in history to around 1837, 10 years after the slaying of Shaka, the founder of the Zulu nation by his half brother Dingane, now chieftain of the Zulus, the year in which Piet Retief and his... More Info

Mulberry Hill Guest House
53.4 km

From R500 pps

Mulberry Hill Guest House is situated in the Natal Midlands, a part of the Midlands Meander. The Guest House is small, intimate and owner-run, therefore assuring guests of relaxation, intimacy and war... More Info

Gum Tree Glen
53.4 km

From R275 pps

Charming studio cottage overlooking the Karkloof Valley. Queen-size bed plus pull-out sleeper couch which can sleep another two. Ten minutes from Howick and 15 minutes from Midmar Dam. Quiet and tranq... More Info

The Old Hotel At Curry's Post
53.6 km

From R295 pps

Rich in Frontier history dating back to the 1860's, the Old Hotel at Curry's Post captures the essence and atmosphere of historic Natal. Beautifully restored and decorated, the original Hotel has b... More Info

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Greytown Reviews

Our visit to Greytown was a unique experience. The trip from Pietermaritzburg is very scenic. Our first impression was that we had come to a beautiful Midlands town, surrounded by fields and forests. Our host recommended the Country Club for supper, where we were soon chatting to the locals, who made us feel very welcome and at home. We learnt about the history of the town and the important role it played in the development of the area. We enjoyed a delicious lunch with friends at the local nursery restaurant, which has a magnificent view across the hills. We were very pleased that we had taken a detour from the usual highway to enjoy another beautiful part of our lovely country.
- Brian Hovelmeier