Pat Busch Nature Reserve offers a selection of self catering accommodation (sleeps up to 46) in the Breede River Valley near Robertson in the Breede River Valley and Winelands region. Surrounded by high mountains at the end of a country road, we offer a v
Asher Riverside Cottage offers self catering accommodation on the banks of the Breede River near Bonnievale on the Breede River Valley and Winelands region in the Western Cape. Asher Riverside Cottages (sleeps 8 x4 = 32 max) offers the perfect location fo
Lovell's Guesthouse offers both bed and breakfast accommodation and self catering accommodation in Riviersonderend in the Western Cape's Overberg and Whale Coast region. We offer relaxing peaceful accommodation in 4 en-suite units tucked away in a seclude
Come and escape from the city stress to a place filled with birdsong, where the pace is relaxed and tranquility a high priority! Audrey's Vineyard Cottage & Homestead is on a working grape farm in the scenic Nuy Valley, at the foothills of...
The house sleeps more than 10 people. The house has an open plan kitchen with a built in fireplace/braai. Firewood, linen and towels, coffee and tea, fresh bread and milk are provided. Breakfast and dinner as well as babysitting can be arranged on ...
The beautiful little village of Ashton is on Route 62 - South Africa's answer to the American Route 66 - a very popular tourist route that offers a scenic alternative to the N2. Ashton lies between Robertson and Swellendam, is home to five wineries and two large canneries and is famous for its rose nurseries - no surprises that Ashton Cellars, the local co-op, has the symbol of the rose on its wine labels.
Ashton lies in the Robertson Wine Valley between the Breede River and the foothills of the Langeberg mountains, which offers visitors some pretty awesome landscapes of towering cliffs, meandering streams, vineyards, orchards and a profusion of trees and indigenous flora.
Things to do, in and around Ashton, include cruising down the Breede River on a raft, mountain biking on one of the number of trails in the Wildepaardehoek (maps at the Tourism Bureau), rock climbing in Cogmans Kloof, just 2 km outside of Ashton and exploring the Old English Fort, which dates back to 1899.