Greymasts is one of Robes most iconic historical buildings. Listed by the Heritage Trust of South Australia this 150 year old building has been restored to its former glory, and features polished floor boards from the ballast of a shipwreck in Guichen Bay. Located in the very heart of Robe on the old high street, it features a large central living/dining room and a fully equipped kitchen. On the East
of the building there is a master bedroom with ensuite and private sitting room, which opens onto the garden. On the West side of the building there are two bedrooms, two bathrooms and sitting room, which looks out to the sea. Greymasts provides a unique accommodation experience in a truly historic sea side South Australian town, and early port used for wool export.