Enjoy a Glass of English Bubbly & Stay at an English Vineyard

1st April 2015

Enjoy a Glass of English Bubbly & Stay at an English Vineyard

Here are some suggestions of where you can enjoy a glass of English sparkling wine and stay the night in an English vineyard.

Camel Valley in Cornwall

Cornwall’s largest and most celebrated vineyard, with 82 acres of south-facing slopes located just off the Camel Trail, which follows the river valley from Bodmin Moor to Padstow. The Camel Valley vineyard is in a fantastic panoramic location, high on the slopes of the valley, overlooking vineyards and surrounded by glorious countryside. There are  two holiday cottages, which are beautiful and comfortable barn conversions with plenty of character, enjoy stunning views over the vineyard and down the valley.

A complimentary bottle of Camel Valley wine for guests staying at the cottages – relaxing while you enjoy a glass in such idyllic surroundings is a wonderful way to unwind!


Three Choirs Vineyard in Gloucestershire

Located just outside the village of Newent, and near the city of Gloucester, you can explore the beautiful Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean. The Three Choirs Vineyards estate offers both traditional hotel rooms and lodges. The lodges are perfect for those who are looking for something closer to nature, as they are nestled between the vines and the estate lake.

Book a Wine Tasting Break and the price includes a bottle of sparkling wine in your room on arrival, two tickets for the Winery tour and Wine tasting and 3 course dinner each evening in the Vineyards Restaurant and full English breakfast. Minimum 2 night stay.


Biddenden Vineyards in Kent

The Family owned and run vineyard consists of 23 acres of Kent’s oldest vines. There is self catering accommodation attached to the main Farmhouse with its own access via stairs and a decking balcony. Sleeping 2 and set in a rural location with views across the Vineyard.


Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey

Denbies is located on the outskirts of the historic market town of Dorking. The Farmhouse is in the heart of  England’s largest vineyard  offering a uniquely peaceful setting. The original farmhouse has been tastefully refurbished to accommodate seven, modern, double en-suite rooms.  Full English breakfast is served in the light, airy conservatory, overlooking the garden and 265 acres of sweeping vines.


Ryedale Vineyards in Yorkshire

Enjoy the unique experience of staying in a vineyard Bed & Breakfast in North Yorkshire. Farfield Farmhouse is a Grade 2 listed building, built around 1630 and has been sympathetically restored to retain many original characteristics.


Valley Farm Vineyards in Suffolk

Set amidst idyllic surroundings and enjoying blissful tranquility, Noah’s Ark stands detached alongside a small stream that flows gently eastwards deep into the Suffolk countryside.  Approached by a drive, which passes through 8 acres of vineyards, it has its own garden and terrace.  Guests are welcome to wander through the 3 acres of paddock, then spend a balmy summer evening sipping wine on the terrace.


Lovells Vineyard in Worcestershire

For those wanting to combine a tour of the vineyard with other sightseeing trips in the area there is a stand-alone on-site luxury two bed accommodation in a newly converted barn. It makes an ideal base from which to explore the Malvern area.





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