From R2200 per Unit
Greyton self-catering at its best!! Comfort awaits you at this flawless yet comfortably furnished home with excellent proximity in the center of town and walking distance from all restaurants, cafe’s, deli’s and art galleries. De Oude Pastorie gives you the choice of enjoying the buzz of town while sitting on the front stoep or relaxing on the private back “stoep” while enjoying the stunning view of the mountain while sipping a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee... De Oude Pastorie with its oregan pine floor and ceilings and abundant bird-life calls you to sit back and relax. Rent a bicycle, go for a walk, visit the many small shops, wander to the stream with its white pebbles or go horse-riding. And in winter the cosy fireplace, friends and a steaming cup of hot chocolate is all you need
de Oude Pastorie sleeps 11 people comfortably but has an additional sleeper-couch which enables her to accommodate up to 13 people. She has 6 bedrooms with wall-heaters. 3 on each side of the large central living room. This makes it ideal for larger groups travelling together. The one side has 1 queen-sized bed, 2 single beds and one ¾ bed with one bathroom. The other side has 1 queen-sized bed with en-suite bathroom, 1 double-bed and 2 single beds. There is also a third bathroom (with a shower and a bath) for the house on this side. A baby cot is also available (please bring own bedding). She has a fully equipped kitchen (with microwave and gas-stove), scullery (with dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer), lounge with fireplace, front veranda, complete furnished back veranda with a covered built- in braai and a private garden.
Do you need a prescription to relax? With wonderful deli’s, artist studios and cafe’s, you cannot help but unwind. Sit down, relax, read a newspaper and spoil your senses. Smell the flowers. Breathe the fresh air. Listen to the birds. Watch the mountain from the back stoep. Sit on the front stoep and watch the people go by. Go for a long slow walk through the oak lined streets and appreciate the architectural history. But remember to wait patiently for the donkey carts, cows and horses that also share the road!
There are also: Hiking Groups, a hiking trail from Greyton to McGregor. You can stay over at Whipstock farm for the night before heading back to Greyton the following day.
Hike the Genadendal hiking trail -this 28 kilometre hike will take you through rugged mountains and cool kloofs.
Definitely go to the Greyton Saturday morning market. They start EXACTLY 10 o clock! Be there and experience the locals!
Greyton is home to a number of artists and galleries and many of them operate an open house policy.
Explore the mountains on horse-back.
Play tennis on the old courts in the heart of Greyton.
Go fishing for black bass in the beautiful Riviersonderend-/1252-0-1-1'>Riviersonderend during summer.
Whale-watching in Hermanus - a 70km drive to the beach, the whales and shopping, of course.
Shopping in Somerset-West which is 100km away.
Cape Town is an hour and a half away.
Vleistreet runs parallel to a river. It is paved with white cobble-stones and flows clear fresh mountain water. There are also wonderful hiking trails and the children will enjoy hours of refreshing swimming and fresh air.
You MUST take a trip through the streets of historic Genadendal, the coloured settlement 8km from Greyton. Visit the Morivian Church, the museum, the traditional blacksmith, the woolspinners and the quaint restaurant (you must book in advance for this traditional experience!).
Or just sit next to the fireplace with a gluhwein!
Rates are deemed correct at time of publication and may fluctuate depending on supply and demand. Establishments maintain their rates online and any differences should be referred to the Establishment's staff. Quotations once accepted are binding.
All credit cards are accepted when paying through Sleeping-OUT.