Stay at a Vineyard for the Ultimate English Wine Experience
Are you a fan of English wine? Then a weekend getaway at a vineyard is just what you need. English wine has been gaining popularity in recent years, with a wide range of award-winning wines being produced across the country.
Imagine waking up surrounded by the picturesque vineyards, taking a stroll among the grapes, and learning about the different wines and the art of winemaking. And of course, indulging in a delicious glass of English wine.
Adgestone Vineyard in Isle of Wight is the perfect place to start. Set in 10 acres of outstanding natural beauty, at the foot of Brading Down, this vineyard offers free tours of the vineyards and cellars, as well as a wine-tasting session. Guests can learn about the vineyard’s history and the winemaking process, all while surrounded by beautiful scenery.
If you’re in Kent, be sure to visit Biddenden Vineyards. Founded by the Barnes family in 1969, it is known as Kent’s oldest vineyard and nestles in a dip of Wealdon countryside. It’s the perfect place to try out a variety of wines and take a step back in time.
Camel Valley in Cornwall is another great option for a weekend getaway. High on the slopes of the valley, overlooking vineyards, this vineyard offers a unique opportunity to stay in the heart of the vineyards, surrounded by beautiful scenery and delicious wines.
Chapel Down in Tenterton, Kent offers a world-class range of sparkling and still English wines. Take a tour and learn about their winemaking process and their unique approach.
Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey is located in the heart of England’s largest vineyard and offers a uniquely peaceful setting. Surrounded by vineyards, guests can enjoy a relaxing stay in a tranquil setting, all while learning about the wines and the history of the estate.
Purbeck Vineyard in Dorset, is a boutique hotel with rooms that have balconies overlooking the vineyard, steam railway and views of the panoramic Purbeck hills. This is perfect place to stay if you want to enjoy the best of both worlds, with the vineyard and all its delicious wines, but also explore the scenic views of the countryside.
Finally, Ryedale Vineyards in Yorkshire offers a unique experience of staying in a vineyard Bed & Breakfast in North Yorkshire. Guests can relax and unwind while taking in the beautiful vineyard views and enjoy some of the delicious wines produced on the estate.
So, pack your bags and book your next staycation at one of these beautiful vineyards. Immerse yourself in the English wine experience and discover some of the most delicious wines the UK has to offer.
Here we have listed a selection of vineyards with holiday accommodation, for a fabulous staycation.
Wine Tasting holidays in the UK.
Adgestone in Isle of Wight
Adgestone Vineyard is set in 10 acres, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, at the foot of Brading Down. Guests get free tours of the vineyards and cellars, and a wine tasting.
Biddenden Vineyards in Kent
Founded by the Barnes family in 1969, Kent’s oldest vineyard nestles in a dip of Wealdon countryside, .
Camel Valley in Cornwall
The Camel Valley vineyard is a perfect weekend getaway – high on the slopes of the valley, overlooking vineyards.
Based in the South East England, Chapel Down produce a world-class range of sparkling and still English wine.
Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey
Located in the heart of England’s largest vineyard, Denbies Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast Guest Accommodation offers a uniquely peaceful setting.
Purbeck Vineyard in Dorset
A boutique hotel with rooms that have balconies overlooking the vineyard, steam railway and views of the panoramic Purbeck hills.
Ryedale Vineyards in Yorkshire
Enjoy the unique experience of staying in a vineyard Bed & Breakfast in North Yorkshire
Three Choirs in Gloucestershire
Rooms situated in an idyllic location overlooking the vine clad valley or in the case of the Lodge rooms, nestled amongst the vines.
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