The parish, although the smallest in the district, contains many buildings of special interest, which include the thirteenth century church of St. Mary with its Norman chancel and north door, the Malt House with its oversailing upper storey supported on curved brackets, and Greywell Mill, an old flour mill reputed to have been working until circa 1935. The village of Greywell lies on the west bank of the River Whitewater, and has an unusual and charming character all its own, recognised by the designation of much of the village as a conservation area. The Basingstoke Canal now restored runs through the parish, and contributes its own special feature in the Greywell Tunnel.
Further information on attractions to discover in the area and other interesting villages to visit is available. For information on public services for Greywell please take a look at the Basingstoke local pages.