The Lady Grey

The Lady Grey is tucked away in the little town of Lady Grey which is steeped in history, mysteries and old wives tales. A friendly visage set in a Cape Dutch-style welcomes guests into The Lady Grey's warm interior.

Rooms on offer are well furnished with a rugged touch that continues into the rustic bar where many great sporting events can be enjoyed with a cold drink in hand. There is a restaurant on the premises which provides well-needed home-cooked meals that can be enjoyed on the patio.

The town was named after the after the Cape Governor Sir Goerge Greys wife Lady Eliza Spencer, and is an area rich in treasures such as sandstone, fossil beds and San art. The towns icon is a Dutch Reformed Church built in 1913 and today this beautiful sandstone church is a national monument.

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Reviews

  • "Disappointed"

    12 September 2014

    "After viewing the accommodation we decided not to stay at this booking as we had expected to self cater and that facility did not seem to be available."

    Lyn Cathcart, South Africa
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