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Greytown


Gorgeous Greytown is a shopping gem with real character and style. You'll find small stores, quality shopping and good cafes and restaurants in our sophisticated village which was awarded NZ's Most Beautiful Small Town in 2017! 

You aren't far to enjoy the rest that the Wairarapa has on offer either. We've picked out some of our favourites and what we think others will enjoy during your time in Greytown.


Greytown-Woodside Trail

Greytown-Woodside Trail

The Greytown Trail is a scenic 5km walking and cycling track connecting Greytown's quieter streets to the nearest train station at Woodside. The fully fenced trail has a slight incline to the station, with views of paddocks, Tararua mountains and stands of oak trees and is suitable for walkers, cyclists and prams.

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The Greytown Hotel

The Greytown Hotel

Our fantastic neighbour!

This historic pub is the perfect place for a quiet afternoon pint or alternatively a great night out in Greytown. Situated on Main Street, it's the town's oldest surviving hotel - built around 1859. Popular with locals, Greytown’s ‘Top Pub’ is a great place to eat and relax and hosts regular live music, pub quizzes and comedy.

With a restaurant, dining room and Board Room Greytown Hotel is a flexible event space for hosting functions, meetings and small conferences.

Perfect facilities to make use of while staying at Arbor Motel.

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Salute

Salute

Saluté's a favourite with locals - and out-of-towners have been known to make a daytrip just to have lunch or dinner here! Right on the main street in amongst the village's boutique shops. With tables outside under the trees and on the verandah it's lovely on a warm day.

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Cobblestones Museum

Cobblestones Museum

Step back in time at Cobblestones, a charming historic village and museum set back from the main street of Greytown. Sit at a desk in a country schoolhouse, explore Wairarapa's first public hospital, and climb the stairs to the tiny bedroom in the colonial cottage. There's a church, printing press and wool shed, too. If you come in summer, you might catch one of Cobblestones' fun fetes and craft markets - set in the pretty village gardens.


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