Built in the 1920s as one of the first homes in Langebaan, Greystones Beach House has been in the family for five generations and combines old world elegance with all the conveniences of today. The house retains many of its original features including Oregon pine floors, high ceilings and thick granite walls that provide both character and relief from the summer heat. The colonial-style veranda includes a furnished sunroom that boasts glorious sunset views and embraces the essence of living the good life.
For the energetic, Langebaan lagoon is a haven for water sports such as wind and kite surfing,
kayaking, water skiing and fishing.
The area is also renowned for its seasonal flowers, bird life, historic interest and scenic beauty.
However, a stay at Greystones Beach House is an experience in itself, providing every
opportunity to unwind, relax and rejuvenate the soul. Just a 300 metre stroll along the beach to
restaurants and shops, the house provides both luxury accommodation and privacy in spacious
From our guests...
We really have nothing to complain about. My younger daughter Tanya’s first remark was…..thank goodness we have lovely, decent bath towels! Bianca and Jacques both said…..wow, wow, wow!! Yolam (the housekeeper) is a gem. He is well spoken, friendly and very professional. My sister-in-law and her son loved the house and the history of the house (both being in art, design and decorating). I would have loved to stay... Read More
Marthie van Aswegen, March 2020
Hi Gretta, Thank you very much. We had an awesome stay at your beautiful house. I can‘t think of any problems. Yolam was really friendly and helpful. Hope to come back soon Stefan Von meinem iPad gesendet
Stefan Weber, January 2020
Thank you for a wonderful stay. Everything was great and Yolam is exceptionally helpful and a great housekeeper.
Robbie Odendaal, October 2019
A beautiful spot to stay in the most perfect location. You couldn’t ask for anything better. Incredible hosts and friendly staff just add to the experience. Will definitely be back in the future.
Matthew Smith, June 2019