The Grey House is self-contained, short stay accommodation in Grafton with a touch of vintage.
The house has been stylishly restored to offer you a relaxing place to escape and base yourself while you explore the beautiful Clarence Valley.
Furnished with mid-century and contemporary furniture, original artworks and quality appliances, The Grey House’s fine linen, comfy robes and eco bathroom products provide a touch of hotel luxury.
The 130-year-old worker’s cottage is located in quiet tree-lined heritage precinct, a short stroll to the city’s heart, and its cafes, restaurants, pubs, parks and country stores.
Around the corner you will find the award winning regional art gallery and fascinating Schaeffer House museum.
The area’s pride and joy and the largest river system on the Eastern seaboard, the Clarence is also literally a stone’s throw away.
Grafton is the home of the Jacaranda tree and the first city to be established on the North Coast.
Its vast river system traverses to the nearby diverse coastline showcasing its colourful villages and pristine national parks — all located in the beautiful Clarence Valley and its surrounds.