Self catering accommodation in Greyton – The Old Cottage

Self Catering accommodation 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

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The Old Cottage self catering accommodation in Greyton is a private section of an old Greyton house situated near
the top of Vigne Lane, within walking distance to all shops and restaurants in the village. Built in 1856 by the founder of Greyton, Sir Herbert Vigne, The Old Cottage is separated from the main house by a large courtyard and has its own separate entrance.


This very comfortable self catering accommodation in Greyton consists of one bedroom with a queen size bed, cotton sheets, down pillows, electric blanket in winter, fans in summer and hair dryer. There is a newly installed en-suite shower room with towels provided. A substantial, fully equipped kitchen has a gas hob, electric oven and a micowave oven. A charming living room with reed ceiling has an old Dover Stove fireplace with firewood provided and a four-seater dining table. There is television with full DSTV (no card required) and a DVD player.

The spacious and pretty, vine-covered courtyard which leads off the dining area, has an open fireplace which can also be used as a braai.
The cottage is decorated with interesting furniture, original paintings and has a well-equipped library of books, magazines and DVDs. There is WiFi, off-street parking and an armed response alarm system.

The Old Cottage is owned by the same owners as Fig Tree Cottage, an established self catering guesthouse on the next property (which sleeps 4), so The Old Cottage can be rented separately or the two cottages together are suitable for a party of six.

The Old Cottage sleeps 2 adults sharing. Rates R 1300 per night (2 nights min. stay).