Mount Grey Eco Cabin

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Mount Grey Eco Cabin
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Mount Grey Eco Cabin
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Where Between Caledon and Greyton
Distance from CT 2 hours
Setting The little-known Klein Swartberg Conservancy (14 857 hectares) lies between those towering Overberg peaks you drive past on the N2, somewhere between Caledon and Greyton. In the midst of it is Mount Grey Cabin, standing solitary in the fynbos landscape, keeping watch over this stunning and tranquil place where the light and shadows play all day. Built from pine and balau wood, it’s completely off-grid yet filled with little luxuries, including a wood-fired hot tub. The perfect romantic time-out for couples who want to reconnect and restore their souls in nature – mountain hikes and hidden waterfalls await.
Eco cred Solar-powered with gas appliances. Within a protected nature conservancy area.

The lodgings

  • 1 bedroom with double bed
  • en-suite bathroom with bath and shower
  • fully equipped kitchen with gas stove and fridge-freezer
  • open-plan living area
  • deck with dining table and loungers
  • wood-fired hot tub
  • separate boma with braai
  • wood supplied

Things to do

  • walking and picnicking on the farm
  • swimming in mountain pools and waterfalls
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • restaurants, cafes and shops in Greyton
  • Saturday morning market in Greyton

Child friendly? No
Pet friendly? No
Wifi? No
Sleeps 2
Where to find it Krige Road, off R406, near Greyton (or Caledon)

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