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'You're only here for a short visit. Don't hurry, don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.' [WalterHagen]

Grey Rabbit Cottage

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'Sometimes the most important thing in the whole day is the rest we take between deep breaths.' [Etty Hillesum]

'In this sequestered nook, how sweet to sit upon my orchard seat and birds and flowers once more to greet.' [William Wordsworth]

'It was our favourite part of the day - this in-between time - and it always seemed to last longer than is should; a magic and lavender space unpinned form the hours around it, between worlds.' [Paula McLain]

Grey Rabbit Accommodation

Grey Rabbit is a self-catering Airbnb cottage in Montagu, a magical Klein Karoo town

on Route 62's meandering wine route.

Boasting breathtaking views of the Langeberg mountains - and within walking distance to the delights of this little Western Cape town - Grey Rabbit Cottage is the perfect en-route resting place to slow down and explore all that is on offer: upmarket restaurants, local eateries, charming coffee shops, walking and mountain biking trails, fruit orchards, olive groves, vineyards, and the friendliest people. It won't be long before you fall under Montagu's spell.


(We provide full power backup during load shedding).

Embrace the magic of slow living


All bookings are done through Airbnb.  

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The Location

Grey Rabbit Cottage is situated in the pretty Klein Karoo town of Montagu on Route 62. 

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The Cotttage

Every weary traveller needs a space to 'just breathe.' 

Grey Rabbit is a standalone self-catering Cape Victorian style cottage. You are spoilt with beautiful mountain views and a quiet neighbourhood within easy walking distance to the main attractions of Montagu as well as local local hiking trails on your doorstep. 

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The Town & Surrounds

Montagu is, in our opinion, one of the prettiest and most charming towns on Route 62's iconic and meandering wine route. 

From friendly locals and the vineyards, olive groves and fruit orchards, to a bustling outdoor weekly village market and hiking and mountain biking trails ( +the odd ibis on the corner), it's all about slow living. 

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