Things To Do in Ashton

Ashton is situated in the Breede River Valley, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Arabella Wine Estate

Where? Ashton
The Arabella Wine Estate is a family business and a passionate one at that. Striving to create the best wine possible is the objective and the number of awards they vineyard has won is testament to ...

Ashton Kelder Wine Estate

Where? Ashton
Nestled in the Valley Of Wine and Roses in Robertson, Ashton Kelder retains its commitment to love, romance and all things idyllic. Flanked by the Breë Rivier and the Langeberg Mountain Range, this cellar ...

Blue Cove Wines

Where? Ashton
Blue Cove Wines, set in the perfectly adapted region of South Africa’s Robertson wine valley, is a wine producer that simplifies. Here they believe in less talk and more quality, in fact their ethos goes as ...

Bushmanspad Wine Estate

Where? Bonnievale
There are few ways better to enjoy the Bushmanspad wines than in the cellar that dates back two centuries, lending the entire experience a memorable charm that is difficult to rival. Nestled amongst the ...

Farmer Redbeard Farming

Where? Ashton
Farmer Redbeard invites visitors to experience being a South African farmer within the beauty of the Western Cape. Nestled in the magnificent Langeberg Valley, Farmer Redbeard runs a self-sustaining honey and ...

Farmer Redbeard's Beekeeping

Where? Ashton
Farmer Redbeard has maintained his self-sustaining fruit, honey and wine farm for long enough to know the abundance and wonders of the Western Cape soils. Within the beautiful surrounds of the Langeberg ...

Platform 62

Where? Ashton
Platform 62 is a little emporium that includes a farm stall, restaurant and display area. It is situated along Route 62, about three hours’ drive from Cape Town in the Klein Karoo. This part of South Africa is ...

Rietvallei Wine Estate

Where? Robertson
The picturesque Rietvallei Wine Estate is one of the oldest wine farms in the Western Cape region of Robertson and is home to a range of wines, most notably its Muscadel. In fact, the Muscadel vine is the ...

Zandvliet Wine Estate

Where? Ashton
You'll find the Zandvliet Wine Estate in Ashton, in the Robertson Valley. Owners, Paul and Dan de Wet, offer expertise, experience and passion to the estate. Dan is responsible for getting only the best grapes ...

Arangieskop Hiking Trail

Where? Robertson
Start: Dassieshoek Nature Reserve, outside Robertson Finish: Dassieshoek Duration: 22 km, 2 days Fitness: difficult, the uphill is a continuous slog and will test your endurance Our tip: hard going on the ...

Happy Valley Trail, Limietberg

Where? Bainskloof
Start: Bainskloof Eerste Tol Finish: Bainskloof Duration: 9 km, to Junction Pool and back Fitness: moderate Our tip: the return can get very hot above Wellington in the late summer heat, take plenty of ...

Millstone Pottery

Where? McGregor
McGregor may be little more than a village nestled in the mountains of the Western Cape, but it certainly boasts a character and charm all its own, thanks to the many talented folk that have relocated from ...

Cloverfield Wines

Where? Robertson
Four-leafed clovers have long been a symbol of good luck, and Cloverfield has certainly enjoyed much love, luck and happiness over the years. The Marais family of Cloverfield hail from the original ...

Cliffs, Canyons, Kloofing and Coasts

Where? Elgin
Kloof is the Afrikaans word for ravine/gorge. Kloofing is an adventure activity which utilises these natural little 'valleys'. Typically the result of stream cutting erosion these rocky pockets possess ...

Visit Vrolijkheid

Where? McGregor
Vrojijkheid, just outside McGregor is one of CapeNature’s oldest nature reserves and is a fantastic place to go walking or biking. You will need to pay a small entrance fee and the main gate, after which ...

Bonnievale Cellar

Where? Bonnievale
The practice of winemaking has of necessity evolved since that historic day when, on the 2nd of February 1659 Jan van Riebeeck made the Cape’s very first wine, and although the basic principles of this fine ...

Templeton’s Restaurant

Where? Montagu
Taking pride of place in the third oldest house in Montagu, Templeton’s Restaurant was voted one of the top 20 restaurants in South Africa. Named after chef, Stephen Templeton (formerly the executive chef at ...

Roodezandt Winery

Where? Robertson
The Roodezandt farm is the site of the first Robertson plots on which the modern-day town was first built. Today, the wine farm, which was established in the mid-20th century, still exudes the charm of its ...

Kopbeenskloof 4x4 Trail

Where? De Doorns
In the starkness of the Karoo, a truly unique beauty is found. It is an unusual, mysterious allure that has had a profound effect on those that visit this part of the Western Cape of South Africa; and ...

Dine at the Tulbagh Hotel

Where? Tulbagh
The 4 Star Tulbagh Hotel offers a spacious but cozy dining area and lounge bar. Al fresco dining for those balmy summer evenings, either out on the patio under the White Karee tree, overlooking the lively and ...

Conradie Family Cellar

Where? Worcester
In keeping with family tradition, fifth generation viticulturist Werda CP Conradie restarted the winemaking which had been forsaken on the farm for 40 years. His grandfather last made wine in the boutique ...

Things I Love

Where? Tulbagh
Located in the tranquil village of Tulbagh, with access from both the historical Church Street and van der Stel Street, you will find a deli with difference, a wine shop representing most of the local wines, a ...

Aan De Doorns

Where? Worcester
Johan Morkel is the man behind this successful wine as he plays the role of cellar master and winemaker at Aan de Doorns. With wine making tradition that all began in 1955, this cellar has grown to be one ...

Blue Crane Vineyards

Where? Tulbagh
The Blue Crane vineyards are owned and run by the Crabbia Family. Fred and Manuela Crabbia purchased the farm in November 2008 named it after two blue cranes that were found nesting on the farm. It has a ...

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