The Lord Grey Guesthouse, named in honour of Sir George Grey, KCB, Cape Governor 1854 - 1861 is a Nineteenth Century Victorian Homestead centrally located just above the Greytown CBD.
Regarded as a building of 'significance' by the heritage council, the Lord Grey is also one of Greytowns oldest Guesthouses, with an intimate and 'homely' atmosphere often lost with larger establishments.
Come and enjoy typical Natal country hospitality in our gracious guesthouse, where we have seven en-suite bedrooms each with own TV. English breakfast is served for all guests and dinner on request.
Greytown, jewel of the Natal Midlands, is the administrative and business centre of the Umvoti County and rich in colonial history. Places of interest include a fascinating museum, several old churches, buildings and historical sites such as General Louis Botha's birth place. For bird watchers and lovers of wildlife there are the nearby Weenen Game Reserve, the Blinkwater hiking trail and the Umvoti Vlei where you will generally find the rare wattled crane. Water sports can be enjoyed at Merthley Lake and a variety of sports such as golf, squash, tennis and bowls are offered at The Greytown Country Club and other sporting venues.