Accommodation in Ashton, Breede River Valley
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Lying in the Robertson Wine Valley, sandwiched between the Breede River and the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains, the little village of Ashton is famous for its fruit, wine and rose nurseries, and is home to two large fruit canneries and five wineries.
Ashton originally served as a residential area for the employees of one of the largest factory co-operatives in the southern hemisphere, which produced canned fruit, jams and vegetables. Today, Ashton is one of the towns on Route 62 - the shorter more scenic alternative to the N2 ... [continued]