Lady Grey Accommodation

Lady Grey is a beautiful scenic village, set in a valley, with a backdrop of mountains. Accommodation is offered in two self-contained flats, namely Rosemary and Thyme Flats. The flats are set in secure garden, with ample parking. Each flat contains a double bed and a single bed. The flats are within easy walking distance to various restaurants. Rose garden House offers 3 en-suite bedrooms with open plan kitchen & living area, full range T.V

This is an ideal stopover location for guests travelling to and from Tiffendell, and is also very close to the Lesotho border.

Lady Grey was established on the farm Waaihoek, purchased by the Dutch Reformed Church of Aliwal North on 30 April 1857 for the purpose of founding a new congregation. It was named in honour of Eliza Lucy Grey, daughter of Sir Richard Spencer, and wife of Sir George Grey the Cape governor.

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Reviews

  • "Great place"

    21 April 2014

    "Very pretty place with everything you need. Very accommodating host too. Thank you!"

    Susan Goldstein, South Africa
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