Pop into Aperitif Wine Shop in Greytown for a huge range of wines from around New Zealand, local gins & spirits.
1860 Restaurant in historic The Greytown Hotel is a great place to eat for lunch, dinner and bar meals. Only twenty-five minutes from Masterton and fifteen minutes from Martinborough.
Experience the Charm of the The Greytown Hotel, possibly New Zealand's oldest hotel, situated in the center of the Wairarapa making it an ideal base for those visiting the area.
Relax in a slice of Greytown's history at The Saddlery in the heart of Greytown, just 300 metres from the village centre.
Check out this cycling event in Greytown on Easter Saturday where riders will be resplendent in retro style British cycling attire and tweed - a chance for the town's folk and visitors to recreate the spirit of a bygone era while having a "jolly good" time.
Fitting for a village known for it's old world charm, Mrs Blackwell's Village Bookshop in Greytown feels like stepping foot into a bookshop in a storybook - albeit with modern touches, like the stylish glass pendant lighting overhead and the latest in contemporary titles on the shelves. Blackwell's stocks a wide array of books, from arts and crafts to business, science to biographies.
The centre of the extended continental shelf of New Zealand is pinpointed in the Tararua Range on Mt Reeves Track, a moderately difficult walk not far from Greytown, that takes around 5-7 hours.
The Offering has an enticing menu, cabinet food and also cater for gluten free, vegans & vegetarians, sourcing products from within a 200 km radius of Greytown. They are fully licensed with a range of local wines & craft beers, as well as great coffee ground to order.
Cycling holidays don’t mean you need to ride every day. Give yourself a break from the saddle and explore. There’s plenty to do and see near the Remutaka Cycle Trail and you’re close to the Wairarapa’s five towns Martinborough, Featherston, Greytown, Carterton and Masterton.